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Dissolved O2 Probe, BTA connect

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Dissolved O2 Probe, BTA connect
Part #: RXPROBE-02

This probe measures dissolved oxygen levels. Includes electrolyte solution, replacement membrane cap, and replacement O-ring.

Probe options:

  • Order the SS69L Dissolved Oxygen Probe Transducer for direct connection to a BSL MP3X Data Acquisition Unit
  • To use an existing dissolved oxygen probe, order the BSL-TCI16 Interface for pH Probe

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