063019

YSI 690 Probe Weight

YSI 690 Probe Weight

Description

YSI 690 probe weight, stainless steel, 3", 24 oz., for use with YSI 600 series, 556, & Pro Series dual port probe assemblies

Features

  • YSI 690 ensures longer cables reach the expected depth
  • Works well in faster moving waters or if conducting testing off of bridges and overpasses
  • Stainless steel construction
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$155.00
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$147.25
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Details

The YSI 690 cable weight attaches to the end of the probe guard and is ideal for longer cables to ensure longer depths are met. It attaches to all Pro Series dual parameter cables. The YSI 690 weight measures 3 inches (7.62 cm) and weighs 24 ounces (0.68 kg).

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YSI 690 Probe Weight 063019 690 stainless steel probe weight, 3", 24 oz., for use with YSI 600 series, 556, & Pro Series dual port probe assemblies
$147.25
Usually ships in 3-5 days

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