YSI ProSwap 1-Port Cable Assemblies

The YSI ProSwap cables meet the needs of most water quality sampling applications with lengths ranging from 1 to 100 meters and 2.54 cm diameter.

Features

  • Integrated temperature sensor with optional depth sensor
  • Rugged twist-lock MS connector
  • Includes probe guard and calibration/cleaning accessories
List Price $1,228.00
Starting At $1,166.60
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Overview
ProSwap cables meet the needs of most water quality sampling applications with lengths ranging from 1 to 100 meters and 2.54 cm diameter. The ProSwap cable accommodates any single ProDSS digital smart sensor.

Digital Smart Sensor
Calibration information is saved in each smart sensor for an easy plug-and-play experience. Connect to a ProSwap or ProDSS handheld meter via the twist-lock MS connector to form a complete system. Options include:

  • Conductivity/Temperature
  • Optical Dissolved Oxygen
  • pH
  • PH/ORP
  • Turbidity
  • Total Algae-PC (Phycocyanin + Chlorophyll)
  • Total Algae-PE (Phycoerythrin + Chlorophyll)
  • Ammonium ISE
  • Chloride ISE
  • Nitrate ISE

Benefits
All ProSwap cables have a thermistor built-into the bulkhead for supplemental temperature readings and compensation. Additionally, an optional depth module is built-into the probe assembly. Cables include a non-reflective black plastic probe guard, storage sleeve, sponge, graduated cylinder for calibration, and maintenance kit (port plug, spare o-rings, tube of Krytox lubricant, syringe for depth sensor cleaning, and sensor installation/removal tool). A 4.9 oz weight and cable management kit is included with cables 4 meters and longer.

  • (1) 1-port cable assembly with temperature sensor (depth sensor optional)
  • (1) Black plastic probe guard
  • (1) Storage sleeve
  • (1) Sponge
  • (1) Graduated cylinder for calibration
  • (1) Maintenance kit (port plug, spare o-rings, tube of Krytox lubricant, syringe for depth sensor cleaning, and sensor installation/removal tool)
  • (1) 4.9 oz weight and cable management kit (included with cables 4 meters and longer)
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