YSI ProODO Optical Probe & Cable Assemblies

The YSI ODO optical probe & cable assemblies simultaneously measures temperature and optical dissolved oxygen when connected to the ProODO water quality meter.

Features

  • Includes digital optical dissolved oxygen sensor with built-in temperature
  • Rugged Military-Style (MS) connector for field use
  • 2-year cable & probe warranty
List Price $889.25
Starting At $844.79
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  • 2-year warranty on cable assembly
  • 2-year warranty on probe module
  • 1-year warranty on sensor cap
  • (1) Cable and probe
  • (1) Calibration sleeve
  • (1) Probe guard with weight
Questions & Answers
Are the ProODO cable assemblies compatible with the ProSolo?
Yes, the ProODO cable assemblies are fully compatible with the ProSolo water quality meters; however the ODO/T and ODO/CT cable assemblies designed for the ProDIGITAL meters (ProSolo, ProSwap & ProDSS) are not compatible with the ProODO meters.
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ProODO cable assembly with optical DO & temperature sensors, 1m
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ProODO cable assembly with optical DO & temperature sensors, 4m
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ProODO cable assembly with optical DO & temperature sensors, 10m
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626250-20
ProODO cable assembly with optical DO & temperature sensors, 20m
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626250-30
ProODO cable assembly with optical DO & temperature sensors, 30m
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ProODO cable assembly with optical DO & temperature sensors, 50m
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ProODO cable assembly with optical DO & temperature sensors, 100m
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