YSI 3252 Conductivity Cell, Dip Style, ABS Plastic, K=1.0

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YSI Mfr # 3252 – Item # EW-19755-50
  • 3252 conductivity probe, plastic, dip-style

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  • MaterialABS plastic
  • Use WithYSI 3100 or 3200
  • DescriptionConductivity Cell, Dip Style, ABS Plastic, K=1.0

Key Features

  • 3252 conductivity probe, plastic, dip-style

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Replacement electrodes, cables, power adapters, and other accessories for your YSI water analysis meters.

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Pros

  • Accurate
  • Easy To Use
  • Well Calibrated
  • Works Properly

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      Hi!

      I'm writing to you because i have a doubt regarding to the YSI conductivity cell 3252 that i use in my conducrivity meter equipment.
      The cell have a constant (k=1/cm). The same value was added into the equipment as a true value. However, external calibration personnel change the entered value in the equipment based on the calibration results. Is this necessary, to change the already registered value of 1 within the cell with the calibration value results? If yes, what is the tolerance of the calibration result vs the cell constant value within the probe?

      Thanks!
      Asked on 12/16/2009 by Mike

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        A:

        Calibration helps to assure the readings are as accurate as possible. The tolerance is a factor of the meter and the calibration means used, the calibration fluid will have a tolerance associated with it. And, please mind that temperature will slightly effect this reading as well.
        Please contact our technical application specialists for additional assistance (contact information can be found on the product web page).

        Answered on 12/21/2009 by Jen from Technical Support
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