YSI 6625AF Anti-Fouling Optical Wiper Kit

YSI 6625AF designed for use with YSI Dissolved Oxygen, Turbidity, and Blue-Green Algae sensors

Features

  • For use with YSI Dissolved Oxygen, Turbidity, and Blue-Green Algae sensors
  • Use YSI 6625AF with firmware version 3.06 or higher
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YSI 6625AF Anti-Fouling Optical Wiper Kit616625 6625AF anti-fouling optical wiper kit, 2 pack
$245.00
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YSI 6436AF Anti-Fouling Turbidity Sensor 616436 6436AF anti-fouling turbidity sensor with self-cleaning wiper
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YSI 6431AF Anti-Fouling Blue-Green Algae Sensor 616431 6431AF anti-fouling BGA (phycocyanin) sensor with self-cleaning wiper
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YSI 6144 Optical Wiper Pad Kit 606144 6144 optical probe wiper pad kit, 20 pack of wiper pad strips
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YSI 6432AF Anti-Fouling Blue-Green Algae Sensor 616432 6432AF anti-fouling BGA (phycoerythrin) sensor with self-cleaning wiper
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YSI 6450AF Anti-Fouling Dissolved Oxygen Sensor 616450 6450AF anti-fouling ROX optical dissolved oxygen sensor with self-cleaning wiper
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  • (2) YSI 6625AF wiper assemblies
  • (1) Hex wrench
  • (1) Set of instructions
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