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YSI 5000 Benchtop Dissolved Oxygen Meter

YSI 5000 Benchtop Dissolved Oxygen Meter

Description

The YSI 5000 benchtop meter measures dissolved oxygen in laboratory applications.

Features

  • Internal memory for 100 datasets with RS-232 interface for direct upload to PC
  • Autostabilization feature alerts you when stable DO readings are reached
  • Compatible with YSI BOD software, making BOD calculations simple
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The YSI 5000 Series saves time and increases efficiency with features such as auto calibration, large graphic display, and low-profile keypad. Microprocessor-based, YSI 5000 instruments will store 100 sets of data and are equipped with RS-232 interface for direct link to your computer. To make BOD measurements even easier, BOD Analyst software (5120) can also be purchased. The YSI 5000 Series is user upgradeable through the YSI web site, making it easy to take advantage of future software improvements.

The 5000 features menu-driven operation and a large, liquid-crystal display. Auto stabilization lets you predetermine a stable reading. Audio and tactile keypad responses let you know when you've entered keystrokes, reducing errors and uncertainty.
What's Included:
  • (1) Lab dissolved oxygen meter
  • (1) Power supply
  • (1) Operations manual
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YSI 5000 Benchtop Dissolved Oxygen Meter 050022 5000 benchtop dissolved oxygen meter, 115VAC (cable/sensor sold separately)
$1377.50
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YSI 5000 Benchtop Dissolved Oxygen Meter 050023 5000 benchtop dissolved oxygen meter, 230VAC (cable/sensor sold separately)
$1444.00
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YSI BOD Analyst Pro Software 625120 5120 BOD Analyst Pro software
$565.25
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YSI 5010 BOD Probe 050102 5010 BOD probe, self-stirring, 5' cable
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YSI 5010-W Wine Bottle BOD Probe 050113 5010-W wine bottle BOD probe, self-stirring, 5' cable
$1273.00
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Questions & Answers

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What probes are compatible with my 5000 Benchtop DO Meter?
The 5000 Benchtop DO Meter is compatible with YSI 5010 BOD probes. When used with a 5011 adaptor, it is also compatible with the YSI 5905 BOD probes, 5750 BOD probe, 5739 field probe and 5239 field probe.
Can I command the meter from a PC?
Yes. The computer interface control allows the user to command instrument functions from a computer. The RS-232 interface can also quickly transfer data to spreadsheets to reduce time and error.
How is my YSI 5000 meter powered?
The YSI 5000 Benchtop DO meter can be powered by an AC adapter or 4 C-size alkaline batteries. The alkaline batteries provide approximately 30 hours of work time.

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