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Dissolved Oxygen Probe

Dissolved Oxygen Probe

Precio habitual €243.95 EUR
Precio habitual Precio de oferta €243.95 EUR
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24 in stock

Description

The Lab Grade Dissolved Oxygen probe is a durable little probe that can work in almost any environment. From basic laboratory work to remote fish farm monitoring.

 


Galvanic dissolved oxygen probe with PTFE membrane.

 

Specifications

ReadsDissolved Oxygen
Range0 − 100 mg/L
Accuracy+/– 0.05 mg/L
Response time~0.3 mg/L/per sec
Temperature range °C1 − 60 °C
Max pressure3,447 kPa (500PSI)
Max depth352m (1,157 ft)
ConnectorMale SMA / Male BNC (optional)
Cable length1 meter
Internal temperature sensorNo
Time before recalibration~1 Year
Life expectancy~4 Years
Maintenance~18 Months

Shipping & Returns

It may happen that you want to return an order. Because the product does not suit you, maybe there is another reason why you would not want the order. Whatever the reason, you have the right to cancel your order up to 14 days after receipt without giving a reason.

After cancellation you have 14 days to return your product. You will then be credited 85% order amount excluding shipping. For more information click the following link: /pages/shipping-and-returns

What's Included?

The Dissolved Oxygen Probe comes with:

 

• 1x Syringe

• 1x 30ml bottle of Electrolyte Solution

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    Customer Reviews

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    Lennart Driehuis
    Prima producten, snelle levering en goede support

    Prima producten, snelle levering en goede support

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    Tom Jungclaus
    Very nice Set

    I have build an online Monitoring based on ESP32 and this set. Everything based on Tasmota. Works fine. Only negativ item. The Probe is very senstive in view of "dirt". In my fishtank it might happen that a leaf or slug is attached to the probe. The result will be wrong values. But i guess its not an specific issue with that probe and more an general issue.