YSI 3252 ABS Plastic Dip Conductivity Cell
- YSI 3252 Includes built-in temperature sensor for automatic temperature compensation
- Cells are calibrated according to OIML recommendations 56 and 58
- 2-electrode conductivity cell
|003252||3252 ABS plastic dip cell with built-in temperature sensor, cell constant = 1.0/cm-1, 4 ft. cable|
|Usually ships in 3-5 days|
|086511||3140 platinizing solution, for use with 3200 & 3400 series cells, 2 oz.|
- Model: YSI 3252
- Cell Type: Dip
- Cell Constant: 1.0/cm-1
- Constant: 100/m
- Material: ABS plastic
- Length: 146mm
- Max OD: 13mm
- Chamber ID: 10mm
- Chamber Depth: 20mm
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