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Dissolved Oxygen Meter, 25 Ft Cable
- Item # 3TWN3
- Mfr. Model # 55-25
- UNSPSC # 41115611
- Catalog Page # 894
- Shipping Weight 3.7 lbs.
- Item Dissolved Oxygen Meter
- Electric Conductivity Range 0 to 4999 uS/cm, 0 to 200.0 mS/cm
- Dissolved Oxygen Range 0 to 200% - 0 to 20 mg/L
- Waterproof No
- Automatic Temperature Compensation Yes
- Displayed Temperature Range -5 to 45 Degrees C
- Salinity Range 0-40ppt
- Operating Temp. Range (F) 23 to 113
- Display LCD
- Temperature Compensation Range -5 to 45 C
- Calibration 1 Point
- Electric Conductivity Accuracy +/-1% (+2 micron S/cm) to +/-2.5% (+0.5 mS/cm), Dependent on Range
- Dissolved Oxygen Range Accuracy +/-2% - +/-0.3 mg/L
- Salinity Accuracy +/-1ppt
- Temp. Accuracy +/-1
- Power Source (6) AA Batteries
- Includes 25' Cable
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 2 Years
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