YSI ODO-CAP Replacement DO Sensor Cap Kit

The YSI ODO-CAP Replacement DO Sensor Cap Kit is a replacement sensor cap kit for the ProODO optical dissolved oxygen probes.

Features

  • Field-rugged sensor cap should be replaced about once per year
  • Includes instruction sheet with information specific to each individual sensing cap
  • 1-year warranty on sensing caps
List Price $108.00
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YSI ODO-CAP Replacement DO Sensor Cap Kit
626320
ODO-CAP replacement DO sensor cap kit
In Stock
$102.60
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