YSI IDS 4410W Wireless Digital Fluorescent Dissolved Oxygen Probe

IDS 4410W wireless digital fluorescent dissolved oxygen (FDO) & temperature probe (WA-S module sold separately)

Features

  • Designed for use with MultiLab 4010-1W, 4010-2W, and 4010-3W benchtop instruments
  • Requires WA-S module for IDS probe, along with WA-M module for MultiLab instrument
  • Automatically stores unique serial number and calibration data
List Price $794.00
Your Price $754.30
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YSI IDS 4410W Wireless Digital Fluorescent Dissolved Oxygen Probe201306Y IDS 4410W wireless digital fluorescent dissolved oxygen (FDO) & temperature probe (wireless modules sold separately)
$754.30
Usually ships in 3-5 days
YSI IDS 4410W Wireless Digital Fluorescent Dissolved Oxygen Probe
201306Y
IDS 4410W wireless digital fluorescent dissolved oxygen (FDO) & temperature probe (wireless modules sold separately)
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$754.30
ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
YSI MultiLab Wireless Module Kit 108144Y MultiLab wireless module kit, includes WA-S wireless sensor module, WA-M wireless meter module, charger for WA-S module & USB power supply
$292.60
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YSI MultiLab WA-S Wireless Sensor Module 108141Y MultiLab WA-S wireless sensor module (charger sold separately)
$126.35
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YSI MultiLab WA-M Wireless Meter Module 108142Y MultiLab WA-M wireless meter module
$87.40
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YSI MultiLab WA-S Wireless Sensor Module Charger 108143Y Charger for WA-S wireless sensor module
$97.85
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YSI IDS 4410 Fluorescent Dissolved Oxygen Probe Cap 201310Y IDS 4410 fluorescent dissolved oxygen (FDO) probe cap
$146.30
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MultiLab wireless module kit, includes WA-S wireless sensor module, WA-M wireless meter module, charger for WA-S module & USB power supply
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$292.60
MultiLab WA-S wireless sensor module (charger sold separately)
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$126.35
MultiLab WA-M wireless meter module
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$87.40
Charger for WA-S wireless sensor module
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$97.85
IDS 4410 fluorescent dissolved oxygen (FDO) probe cap
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$146.30
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