YSI Pro20i Dissolved Oxygen Meter

The Pro20i instrument measures dissolved oxygen and temperature with a rugged, simple, and affordable design.

Features

  • Withstands 1m drop tests and features IP-67 waterproof rating
  • Easy to replace cap membranes (replaceable DO electrodes)
  • 3-year instrument; 2-year integral cable; 1-year polarographic sensor and 6-month galvanic sensor warranty
List Price $870.00
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YSI Pro20i Dissolved Oxygen Meter607130 Pro20i dissolved oxygen meter with 1m integral cable & 2003 polarographic DO sensor
$826.50
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YSI Pro20i Dissolved Oxygen Meter 607131 Pro20i dissolved oxygen meter with 1m integral cable & 2002 galvanic DO sensor
$826.50
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YSI Pro20i Dissolved Oxygen Meter 607125 Pro20i dissolved oxygen meter with 4m integral cable & 2003 polarographic DO sensor
$845.50
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YSI Pro20i Dissolved Oxygen Meter 607129 Pro20i dissolved oxygen meter with 4m integral cable & 2002 galvanic DO sensor
$845.50
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YSI Pro20i Dissolved Oxygen Meter 607132 Pro20i dissolved oxygen meter with 10m integral cable & 2003 polarographic DO sensor
$893.00
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YSI Pro20i Dissolved Oxygen Meter 607133 Pro20i dissolved oxygen meter with 10m integral cable & 2002 galvanic DO sensor
$893.00
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YSI 6262 Pro Series Small Soft-Sided Carrying Case 603162 6262 small soft-sided carrying case for Pro Series meters with up to 10m cable
$87.64
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YSI 3075 Pro Series Soft-Sided Carrying Case 603075 3075 soft-sided carrying case for Pro Series meters
$121.60
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YSI 3074 Pro Series Hard-Sided Carrying Case 603074 3074 hard-sided carrying case for Pro Series meters
$284.05
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YSI 3077 Flow Cell Kit 603077 3077 flow cell kit, includes standard (203mL) flow cell & single port flow cell adapter
$375.25
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YSI 4654 Pro Series Display Tripod 063507 4654 tripod, for Pro Series displays
$29.45
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YSI 614 Ultra C-Clamp 063517 614 ultra C-clamp
$23.75
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YSI 5978 Probe Guard Weight 605978 5978 stackable stainless steel probe guard weight, 4.9 oz.
$26.60
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YSI 3069 Belt Clip 603069 3069 belt clip, for Pro Series displays
$27.27
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The YSI Pro20i provides everything you need in a handheld dissolved oxygen meter. Ruggedness, simplicity and reliability are the cornerstones of the instrument’s design. The Pro20i features an integral (i.e. built-in) cable whereas the Pro20 includes a detachable cable.

The Pro20i instrument measures dissolved oxygen and temperature. The convenient One Touch Cal feature makes it extremely user-friendly and calibrates within 3 seconds. Choose from a variety of cable lengths, up to 10-meters. A graphic, backlit instrument display provides detailed messages and instructions. The instrument features a slip-proof rubber over-molded case with an IP-67 waterproof rating and undergoes a 1-meter drop test to ensure the instrument will withstand the harshest field conditions.

  • IP-67 waterproof rating
  • Easy to replace cap membranes (replaceable DO electrodes)
  • 3-year instrument; 2-year integral cable; 1-year polarographic sensor and 6-month galvanic sensor warranty
  • Intuitive operation allows for quick calibrations
  • 50 data-set memory ensures data integrity
  • Graphic, backlit display and glow-in-the-dark keypad
  • Languages - English, Spanish, French, German
  • (1) YSI Pro20i meter with integral cable
  • (1) Dissolved oxygen sensor kit with cap membrane kit
  • (1) Operations manual
  • (2) C-cell batteries
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