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350xfire

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Hey Guys
I have an old OMS Dive O2 Analyzer. The yellow one that looks like a number 8... It needs a sensor and the numbers on it are 02.133.48097 029. Nyone know where I can get a replacement or if it's even available? By old I mean early 2000s.... Thanks
 

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The original OMS company (prior to 2015) sold several different products under the same "Professional Dive O2 Analyzer" name and using the same documentation bundled with different accessories, however while they have the same name they all use different specific oxygen sensors. You can distinguish the analyzers by their color and shape, either white rectangle or yellow rectangle or yellow peanut. The yellow rectangle shape requires a PSR-11-37-D2 sensor, the white rectangle shape requires a PSR-11-37-D3 sensor, the yellow peanut shape requires a PSR-11-39-MD5 sensor.

They are available here.... Specialty Oxygen Sensors for Analyzers
 
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The original OMS company (prior to 2015) sold several different products under the same "Professional Dive O2 Analyzer" name and using the same documentation bundled with different accessories, however while they have the same name they all use different specific oxygen sensors. You can distinguish the analyzers by their color and shape, either white rectangle or yellow rectangle or yellow peanut. The yellow rectangle shape requires a PSR-11-37-D2 sensor, the white rectangle shape requires a PSR-11-37-D3 sensor, the yellow peanut shape requires a PSR-11-39-MD5 sensor.

They are available here.... Specialty Oxygen Sensors for Analyzers
Thanks/ I have the yellow peanut!
 

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