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BW Technologies Replacement Oxygen (O2) Sensor

BW Technologies Replacement Oxygen (O2) Sensor

Item #
SR-X10
Brand
BW Technologies
Price:

$165.00

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    BW Technologies Replacement Oxygen (O2) Sensor

    The BW Technologies Replacement Oxygen Sensor is a highly effective replacement accessory. It has a sensor range of 0 to 30% with a 0.1% resolution. The replacement sensor is operational in a temperature range of -4 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit. It is compatible with some of the BW Technologies devices. BW Technologies replacement sensors are reliable and dependable and backed by solid performance. To ensure optimal compatibility, please consult your product specification sheet.

    Part Number: SRX10


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    100% Recommend this product (1 of 1 responses)
    By Dinesh Sharma
    Fremont, CA
    July 13, 2015
    Replacement of SRX10
    I was looking for the replacement oxygen sensor for my Gas Alert Max XTII Gas detector monitor. Tech guys helped me in identifying the replacement of the old sensor and hopefully it will last longer then the previous product.
    ProsPrompt service from JJS
    2 Questions & 2 Answers
    Roberto Arturo Naranjo
    from Argentina asked:
    March 19, 2019
    Hello. I need a sensor. I submit the photo Is the same sensor? Thank you
    1 Answer
    Hi Arturo, The picture you provided is the SR-X10 O2 sensor. The SR-X10 has been discontinued and is replaced with the SR-X2V. The link to it is https://www.jjstech.com/sr-x2v.html
    Joe Spratley
    on March 19, 2019

    Patrick
    from Pittsburgh, PA asked:
    October 28, 2014
    Will this O2 sensor fit into a BW Technologies Gas Alert Micro?
    1 Answer
    The SR-X10 is no longer available. It's been directly replaced by the SR-X10-C1. The SR-X10-C1 is compatible with the Gas Alert Micro. http://www.jjstech.com/sr-x10-c1.html
    Customer Service
    on October 28, 2014