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    Default Where to buy Oxycheq CO sensor FAST

    I've been meaning to get a new sensor for my Oxycheq CO analyzer for a while. Was thinking I might go to Marianna this last weekend, and when I never did work that out, I finally called Cave Adventurers. They're out, and Oxycheq is out too! I am going to the Dominican Republic next week, and can't find a new sensor.

    Does anyone know of a shop/site that would have one and ship fast? These things are weirdly hard to find.

    Thanks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aotus View Post
    I've been meaning to get a new sensor for my Oxycheq CO analyzer for a while. Was thinking I might go to Marianna this last weekend, and when I never did work that out, I finally called Cave Adventurers. They're out, and Oxycheq is out too! I am going to the Dominican Republic next week, and can't find a new sensor.

    Does anyone know of a shop/site that would have one and ship fast? These things are weirdly hard to find.

    Thanks.
    This may or may not meet your needs.
    http://www.rentittoday.com/sporting-...-For-Rent-2934

    I have rented from them before including CO meter. They take good care of their equipment and can ship overnite to you.

    Take only photos, leave only bubbles, kill only time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gschaut View Post
    This may or may not meet your needs.
    http://www.rentittoday.com/sporting-...-For-Rent-2934

    I have rented from them before including CO meter. They take good care of their equipment and can ship overnite to you.
    Interesting prospect. Thank you.


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    Zach. I am not sure about the Oxycheq sensor but Rob Neto sells the Sensorcon Co2 tester for less than $120. I know he is leaving to go to BTS in New Jersey soon so if you are interested I would messages him asap.

    http://www.chipoladivers.com/store/i...roducts_id=243


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    Quote Originally Posted by bamafan View Post
    Zach. I am not sure about the Oxycheq sensor but Rob Neto sells the Sensorcon Co2 tester for less than $120. I know he is leaving to go to BTS in New Jersey soon so if you are interested I would messages him asap.

    http://www.chipoladivers.com/store/i...roducts_id=243
    Thanks, but I'd rather not buy a whole new one. I like my oxycheq, just broke the sensor.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aotus View Post
    Thanks, but I'd rather not buy a whole new one. I like my oxycheq, just broke the sensor.
    This I would like to hear about. How does one break the sensor? I have been using one for over five years absolutely trouble free. Are the sensors even user replaceable? Do you not have to use the correct calibration gases to recalibrate the unit after any type of service or sensor replacement? These are not like O2 analyzers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mbaker View Post
    This I would like to hear about. How does one break the sensor? I have been using one for over five years absolutely trouble free. Are the sensors even user replaceable? Do you not have to use the correct calibration gases to recalibrate the unit after any type of service or sensor replacement? These are not like O2 analyzers.
    well, apparently I twisted the nozzle on too far, or it had gunk in the threads or something, and then when I tried to get it off i kept twisting and twisting and it seems I twisted the wires on the back of the sensor right off. I've since bought a larger box for the two sensors so I can fit them in without removing the nozzles. And yes, they are replaceable. I thought the life span on the CO sensor was up to around 3.5 yrs. Yours is going great!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aotus View Post
    well, apparently I twisted the nozzle on too far, or it had gunk in the threads or something, and then when I tried to get it off i kept twisting and twisting and it seems I twisted the wires on the back of the sensor right off. I've since bought a larger box for the two sensors so I can fit them in without removing the nozzles. And yes, they are replaceable. I thought the life span on the CO sensor was up to around 3.5 yrs. Yours is going great!
    If all you have is a couple of broken wires on the back of a perfectly good sensor, then any ham radio geek should be able to re-solder the wires for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aotus View Post
    I've been meaning to get a new sensor for my Oxycheq CO analyzer for a while. Was thinking I might go to Marianna this last weekend, and when I never did work that out, I finally called Cave Adventurers. They're out, and Oxycheq is out too! I am going to the Dominican Republic next week, and can't find a new sensor.

    Does anyone know of a shop/site that would have one and ship fast? These things are weirdly hard to find.

    Thanks.
    When exactly do you leave. Monday vs Friday could have a big influence on outcome.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rddvet View Post
    When exactly do you leave. Monday vs Friday could have a big influence on outcome.
    I don't leave the country until Tuesday, but leave home saturday(Not Friday like I was thinking). If I can find one, I could get it shipped to family in OK to pick up Monday.



 

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