626444

YSI Professional Series Lab Dock

YSI Professional Series Lab Dock

Description

The lab dock is designed to hold a Pro Series instrument and BOD bottle, turning the instrument into a convenient benchtop BOD meter.

Features

  • Ideal for the ProODO, Professional Plus or Pro20 instrument with a BOD probe
  • Holds BOD bottle on either the left or right side to provide a stable calibration environment
  • Also connects to Pro Comm II communications saddle to connect via USB for PC interface
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$46.00
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$43.70
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The lab dock is designed to hold a Pro Series instrument and BOD bottle, with BOD probe, together on the bench top to provide a small footprint. It can also be used without the BOD bottle holder as a convenient Pro Series instrument dock.

The lab dock is ideal for the ProODO, Professional Plus or Pro20 instrument with a BOD probe. The dock conveniently holds the BOD bottle on either the left or right side in order to provide a stable calibration environment and to store the probe.

The lab dock also connects to the Pro Comm II communications saddle to connect via USB for downloads, instrument setup or real-time studies with Data Manager desktop software. In addition, the lab dock has a small cable management port that runs underneath it in order to help manage the cable for the power supply from the cables to the BOD probe.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
YSI Professional Series Lab Dock 626444 Lab dock for Pro Series meters
$43.70
In Stock

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