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    Guys, thanks for the compliments and comments! Jasace, I did not know that! I will spend more time tester for my sensors.

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    Re: Making an oxygen sensor tester

    Follows another video with another tester cells, but this is only for Meg.

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    Very nice again!

    You should sell a kit.

    Peter

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    Re: Making an oxygen sensor tester

    Quote Originally Posted by laszlomocsari  View Original Post
    Guys, thanks for the compliments and comments! Jasace, I did not know that! I will spend more time tester for my sensors.
    It looks like you are building a number of O2 testers - Are you selling them?

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    Re: Making an oxygen sensor tester

    Great

    Many thanks, i´ll add this one to my "great projects to do - wish list".

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    Re: Making an oxygen sensor tester

    Good job! Built a similar unit afew years ago.

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    Smile Re: Making an oxygen sensor tester

    I first did the latter (for Meg) and posted in a group of Brazilian rebreather divers. A friend wanted an equal, then others wanted, the idea arose and I developed a model that can be used for various types of rebreather (1st video). I don't want to sell because I am a doctor and don't have time for this. For me this is a hobby. Five colleagues was interested and I decided to make these 5 units that were shown in the video.
    Thanks for appreciating!

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