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YSI 5564 pH Sensor

YSI 5564 pH Sensor

Description

The YSI 5564 pH sensor provides long life, good response time, and accurate readings in most environmental waters.

Features

  • YSI 5564 easily inserts into the 5563 probe module and cable assembly for use in the YSI 556 system
  • Sealed gel reference eliminates refilling, saves time
  • Includes field-replaceable, glass bulb pH electrode in storage bottle with storage solution
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$280.00
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Notable Specifications:
  • 1-year warranty
What's Included:
  • (1) YSI 5564 H electrode
  • (1) Storage bottle with solution
  • (1) Instruction sheet
  • (1) Cleaning certificate
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YSI 5564 pH Sensor 005564 5564 pH sensor, 556
$266.00
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