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Dissolved O2 Probe – MP3X/45

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Dissolved O2 Probe, BSL
Part #: SS69L

The SS69L transducer measures dissolved oxygen.

The SS69L includes a dissolved oxygen probe and an interface to an MP3X or MP45 data acquisition unit.

  • Order probe only as RXPROBE02.
  • Order interface only as BSL-TCI16.
  • See Doc-RXPROBE02 for Setup & Usage Guidelines
  • See BSL PRO Lesson #A07 Fish Respiration and Q10.

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Categories: Transducers - Education, Transducers - Research
Subcategories: General - Education, General - Research

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