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    Drage Oxygauge sensor

    Anyone have the parts number or model number. I am looking at it right now and its unmarked and the operating manual doesnt list anthing other than a drager part number.


    edited....obviously I cant spell....drager.

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    Re: Drage Oxygauge sensor

    hallo erik,
    you will find them at Tauchen - Cave, Nitrox, Rebreather Ausbildung, Tec Ausrüstung, Reisen

    PSR-11-15-2D Teledyne R-23, Drager, Ohmeda; used in Draeger Oxy Gauge 70.00


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    Hi... I use my Drager Dolphin With A Kiss Single Display PPo2 with no Problem. Oxygauge will Flood on You.

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    Re: Drage Oxygauge sensor

    Got a replacement for my Oxygauge from Oxycheq.

    Click here --> Oxycheq.com

    Part Number: R-15D for $75

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    Re: Drage Oxygauge sensor

    I was going to suggest Oxycheq as well. They get new supplies of sensors often so they are the freshest around. I just got new ones for my Oxy2. The production date was 4 days old and they arrived in short order. I also second the comment about the Oxyguage....They're prone to leaking and easily damaged. If that's all you have for now, you can help protect it, and lessen the chance for leaks by adding a clip or cable clamp to limit the movement of the cable. Hope this helps! FD

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    Re: Drage Oxygauge sensor

    I second the Oxychex route , good service , current O2 sensors. Not bad prices on scrubber mat. either. Good advice on Oxygauge, loose gear is never a good idea but particularly on the Oxyguage. I tape mine to the spg and then route them both up over the back of my shoulder and attach to my bc shoulder strap so I can see them and keep them both secure
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    Re: Drage Oxygauge sensor

    My oxygauge goes out the top of the shell, through a loop of bungee on the harness and down to a hose clip. As it floats I attached a knife on a hose clip to it and [here's the clever bit] used a cable tie to stop it slipping through the clip. I should be on it tomorrow so I'll post a piccy.

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    Re: Drage Oxygauge sensor

    thanks gents

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    Re: Drage Oxygauge sensor

    Just took a R-15D out of the bag and noticed the writing on the lable was wet and smeared off. Is the sensor leaking liquid? Should I toss this new sensor? I have another R-15D in a unopened bag and noticed the same thing.

    Any advice?

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    Re: Drage Oxygauge sensor

    Could be an electrolyte leak, Narked at 90 may be a man to PM about it.

    I would wipe the liquid off and wrap the sensor in tissue paper. If it's wet a few days later there's a problem.

    I think one of the homebuild or CCR threads mentioned a similar problem.

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