YSI IDS 4310 Digital Conductivity & Temperature Probe

IDS 4310 digital conductivity/temp probe with epoxy body, 4-graphite electrode
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YSI IDS 4310 Digital Conductivity & Temperature Probe
301710Y
IDS 4310 digital conductivity & temperature probe with epoxy body, 4-graphite electrode, 1.5m cable
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$363.85
YSI IDS 4310 Digital Conductivity & Temperature Probe
301711Y
IDS 4310 digital conductivity & temperature probe with epoxy body, 4-graphite electrode, 3m cable
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$394.25
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IDS Intelligent Digital Sensors
The IDS sensors automatically store their unique serial number and calibration data. In addition, they also digitally process the measurement signal. The sensors can be moved from instrument to instrument and maintain their calibration data and transmit this information to the new instrument.

 

  • Plug and play connectivity with each instrument
  • IDS senors store their own unique ID with serial number and calibration data
  • Digital sensor recognition, processing and data transfer

Type: 4-electrode, graphite
Conductivity Range: 10 µS/cm to 2,000 mS/cm +0.5% of value
Resistivity: 0.5 Ohm cm to 100 kOhm cm +0.5% of value
Salinity: 0.0 to 70.0 ppt +0.5% of value
Total Dissolved Solids: 0 to 1,999 mg/L; 0.0 to 199.9 g/L +0.5% of value
Temperature Range: 0 to 100ºC (32 to 212ºF)
Temperature Accuracy: +/-0.2ºC
Cell Constant: 0.475 cm +/-1.5%
Material: Epoxy
Dimensions: Length 120 mm (4.7 in); diameter 15.3 mm (0.6 in)
Warranty: 2 years

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