YSI ODO/T Probe & Cable Assemblies

The ODO/T probe and cable assembly features integral optical dissolved oxygen and temperature sensors and is available in lengths up to 100 meters.

Features

  • One–cable design for easy dissolved oxygen measurements in the field and at deep depths
  • Rugged probe and cable designed for field work with 2-year warranty
  • Sensors store calibration data, so probe assemblies can be swapped between handhelds without the need for re-calibration
List Price $819.00
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The ODO/T probe assembly pairs with the ProSolo Handheld to form a complete sampling system. Featuring integral, digital sensors, the ODO/T is plug-and-play which minimizes time spent on instrument setup. Pro DIGITAL technology allows the handheld to automatically recognize connected sensors, so there is no need to tell the instrument what is connected.

Optical Dissolved Oxygen (ODO) technology is non-consumptive, meaning oxygen is not consumed during the measurement. Flow dependence is non-existent and no stirring is required, resulting in the most accurate DO measurements available from a probe. The ODO sensor is not susceptible to interferences from other gases, drifts less and holds calibration longer than membrane covered sensors. Maintenance is a breeze with a simple, threaded optical cap that is good for at least two years.

The Pro DIGITAL ODO/T probe and cable assembly features include:

  • Integral optical dissolved oxygen, and temperature sensors that are auto-recognized by Pro DIGITAL handhelds, reducing instrument set-up time
  • Rugged Optical DO sensor cap with a 2-year warranty is pre-installed on new assemblies
  • Military Spec (MS) connector and a weighted, stainless steel probe guard
  • Fits in a 1 inch well with cable lengths up to 100 meters
  • 2-year warranty on cable, sensors, and ODO cap
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ODO/T cable assembly with optical DO & temperature sensors, 10m
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ODO/T cable assembly with optical DO & temperature sensors, 20m
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ODO/T cable assembly with optical DO & temperature sensors, 30m
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ODO/T cable assembly with optical DO & temperature sensors, 50m
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ODO/T cable assembly with optical DO & temperature sensors, 100m
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