YSI Pro2030 DO & Conductivity Cable Assemblies

The YSI 2030 cable assemblies simultaneously measure temperature, dissolved oxygen, and conductivity when connected to the Pro2030 or Pro Plus water quality meters.

Features

  • Includes temperature/conductivity sensor
  • Additional port is available for connecting DO (galvanic or polarographic) sensor
  • 2 year warranty on cable assembly
List Price $650.00
Your Price $617.50
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YSI Pro2030 DO & Conductivity Cable Assemblies6052030-1 Pro2030 cable assembly (DO/Cond) with temperature/conductivity sensor, 1m
$617.50
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YSI 2030-4 Cable Assembly 6052030-4 Pro2030 cable assembly (DO/Cond) with temperature/conductivity sensor, 4m
$632.70
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YSI 2030-10 Cable Assembly 6052030-10 Pro2030 cable assembly (DO/Cond) with temperature/conductivity sensor, 10m
$685.90
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YSI 2030-20 Cable Assembly 6052030-20 Pro2030 cable assembly (DO/Cond) with temperature/conductivity sensor, 20m
$740.05
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YSI 2030-30 Cable Assembly 6052030-30 Pro2030 cable assembly (DO/Cond) with temperature/conductivity sensor, 30m
$837.90
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YSI Pro Plus Multi-Parameter Water Quality Meter 6050000 Pro Plus multi-parameter water quality meter (cable/sensor sold separately)
$1,225.50
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YSI Pro2030 Dissolved Oxygen & Conductivity Meter 6052030 Pro2030 dissolved oxygen & conductivity meter (cable/sensor sold separately)
$755.25
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YSI 4654 Pro Series Display Tripod 063507 4654 tripod, for Pro Series displays
$29.45
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YSI 2002 Galvanic Dissolved Oxygen Sensor 605202 2002 galvanic DO sensor with yellow 1.25 mil PE membrane kit, Pro Series
$179.55
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YSI 3077 Flow Cell Kit 603077 3077 flow cell kit, includes standard (203mL) flow cell & single port flow cell adapter
$375.25
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YSI 2003 Polarographic Dissolved Oxygen Sensor 605203 2003 polarographic DO sensor with yellow 1.25 mil PE membrane kit, Pro Series
$179.55
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YSI 3056 Flow Cell Mounting Spike 603056 3056 flow cell mounting spike
$29.21
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  • 2-year warranty on cable assembly
  • 1-year warranty on probe module
  • (1) YSI 2030 cable assembly
  • (1) Calibration cup
  • (1) Probe guard with weight
  • (1) Integral temperature/conductivity sensor
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