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YSI 6117 Rechargeable Battery

YSI 6117 Rechargeable Battery

Description

The YSI 6117 rechargeable battery is designed for use with the YSI 556 and 650 multi-parameter displays.

Features

  • Replacement part - order 6113 or 6118 kit for universal charger and cable adapter
  • When fully charged, YSI 6117 battery will provide approximately 50 hours of battery life
  • Battery pack can be recharged whether the instrument is on or off
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