YSI 1007 pH Electrode & Cable Assemblies

The YSI 1007 cable assembly & laboratory electrode simultaneously measures temperature and pH when connected to the Pro10 or Pro Plus water quality meters.

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  • YSI Model 1007 cable assemblies include pH/Temp single junction combination electrode
  • Designed for laboratory pH and temperature measurements
  • 2 year warranty on YSI Model 1007 cable assembly
List Price $231.75
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  • 2-year warranty on YSI Model 1007 cable assembly
  • 1-year warranty on probe module
  • (1) pH/Temp single junction combination electrode
  • (1) Information sheet
  • (1) Cleaning certificate
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