YSI Quatro Multi-Parameter Cable Assemblies

The YSI Quatro cable assemblies simultaneously measure temperature, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, and any (2) ISE sensor parameters.


  • Includes 5560 temperature/conductivity sensor
  • (3) additional ports available for DO and (2) ISE sensors
  • 2 year warranty on cable assembly
List Price $1,833.50

The YSI Quatro is a 4-port cable and bulkhead for the ProQuatro and legacy Professional Plus handheld instruments. With this cable assembly, users can measure conductivity and temperature, dissolved oxygen, and any two ISEs among pH, ORP, ammonium, nitrate or chloride. All sensors are rugged and designed for true field work to reduce the overall cost of ownership.

  • 2-year warranty on cable assembly
  • 1-year warranty on probe module
  • (1) Quatro cable assembly
  • (1) 5560 temperature/conductivity sensor
  • (1) Calibration cup
  • (1) Probe guard with weight
  • (1) Cable management kit (with cable assemblies longer than 1m length)
Questions & Answers
Can the conductivity sensor on these cables be used to analyze soil samples?
The YSI probes, cables and meters are designed for liquid water quality measurements and are not designed for soil sample analysis. If you have a process for creating liquid slurries from the soil to analyze, this may work; however, there is not any documentation on this application available from the manufacturer.
What's the difference between the 605790-X and 116054-X Quatro cable assemblies?
The 605790-X Quatro cable assembly includes the 5560 temperature/conductivity sensor, calibration cup, and probe guard with weight. This is what's recommended when purchasing a new ProQuatro water quality meter. The 116054-X Quatro cable assembly includes the cable only and is recommended when replacing a failed cable.
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