YSI EcoSense DO200M Dissolved Oxygen Meter

The YSI DO200M dissolved oxygen instrument offers fast dissolved oxygen response times in wastewater, surface water, and aquaculture applications.

Features

  • Rugged, waterproof, field-worthy case
  • Waterproof micro-USB port for transferring data to PC; no software required
  • Holds 250 data sets; no need to write down data
List Price $375.00
Your Price $356.25
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YSI EcoSense DO200M Dissolved Oxygen Meter601027 EcoSense DO200M dissolved oxygen meter (cable/sensor sold separately)
$356.25
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YSI EcoSense DO200M Dissolved Oxygen Meter 601028 EcoSense DO200M dissolved oxygen meter kit: includes display, probe with 1m cable, & carrying case
$679.25
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YSI EcoSense DO200M Dissolved Oxygen Meter 601029 EcoSense DO200M dissolved oxygen meter kit: includes display, probe with 4m cable, & carrying case
$688.75
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YSI EcoSense DO200M Dissolved Oxygen Meter 601030 EcoSense DO200M dissolved oxygen meter kit: includes display, probe with 10m cable, & carrying case
$707.75
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YSI 200 Dissolved Oxygen Cable Assemblies 606037 200-1 cable assembly with temperature/dissolved oxygen sensor, 1m
$302.10
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YSI 200 Dissolved Oxygen Cable Assemblies 605352 200-4 cable assembly with temperature/dissolved oxygen sensor, 4m
$306.85
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YSI 200 Dissolved Oxygen Cable Assemblies 605353 200-10 cable assembly with temperature/dissolved oxygen sensor, 10m
$325.85
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YSI 200-BOD Self-Stirring BOD Probe 609200 200-BOD stirring BOD probe with 5 ft. cable, 115V
$679.25
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YSI 200-BOD Self-Stirring BOD Probe 609201 200-BOD stirring BOD probe with 5 ft. cable, 230V
$707.75
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YSI 281 Hard-sided Carrying Case 606036 281 hard-sided carrying case for use with DO200A/DO200M
$38.95
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YSI 5908 DO Cap Membrane Kit 605306 5908 PE yellow 1.25 mil cap membrane kit, 550A, DO200, 559 & 2003 polarographic sensors
$58.90
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The YSI EcoSense instruments provide accurate data in the most affordable package. The "M" stands for memory and the instruments feature a real-time clock, larger memory and simple data transfer to a PC with a built-in USB port. The DO200M is easy-to-use and has a fast measurement response, allowing you to collect accurate data within seconds. The DO200M simultaneously measures dissolved oxygen (% air saturation or mg/L) and temperature with the following features:

  • Rugged, waterproof, field-worthy case. IP-67 rated.
  • Durable field probe and cables made in the USA. 1-, 4- and 10-meter field cables available.
  • Self-stirring laboratory BOD probe, made in the USA.
  • Waterproof micro-USB port for transferring data to PC; no software required.
  • Holds 250 data sets; no need to write down data.
  • Real-time clock for date/time stamp of saved data.
  • User-selectable re-calibration prompt provides reminder to calibrate.
  • Automatic temperature compensation; manual input for salinity and barometric pressure compensation.
  • 1-year warranty on instrument and probe/cable assembly.
  • Screw-on cap membranes with a low stirring requirement and the fastest response time available.

The DO200M is designed for quick, accurate results in an economical platform. The ability to measure DO and temperature in a simple, compact handheld allows the instrument to be used across multiple field applications. Also suitable for the lab, the optional BOD probe can be used for compliance reporting of DO, BOD, and CBOD.

  • (1) EcoSense DO200M dissolved oxygen meter
  • (1) USB cable
  • (1) 9V alkaline battery
  • (1) Operations manual
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