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    Max 305F Oxygen Sensor (R-22D, Molex)

    Looking at other cells option for my Meg anyone using Max 305F Oxygen Sensor (R-22D, Molex) pros and cons there some great deals out there!
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    Re: Max 305F Oxygen Sensor (R-22D, Molex)

    Hi Tony,
    very bad feedback from my side. Not stable response with the humidity so not satisfactory performance used in a reb. Probably acceptable if used with a surface analyzer.
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    Re: Max 305F Oxygen Sensor (R-22D, Molex)

    Is that true... That's dissappniting.
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    Re: Max 305F Oxygen Sensor (R-22D, Molex)

    Quote Originally Posted by trimix1965  View Original Post
    Looking at other cells option for my Meg anyone using Max 305F Oxygen Sensor (R-22D, Molex) pros and cons there some great deals out there!
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    Stay well away from them, very slow response

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    Re: Max 305F Oxygen Sensor (R-22D, Molex)

    I tried Maxtec 305Fs on my CK.

    They are good cells, nice response time and accuraccy. However I learnt they are prone to give bad readings because humidity. I am under the impression that the mesh on the sensible sensor face captures condensation and blinds the cell.

    So in my unit these cells worked OK as long as scrubber is inmediately opened and RB placed in vertical after the dive, so the cells are able to vent and dry.

    I would not recommend these cells for a eCCR. FWIW I am using now Narked cells, very happy with them.
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    Re: Max 305F Oxygen Sensor (R-22D, Molex)

    Quote Originally Posted by Clive O' Driscoll  View Original Post
    Stay well away from them, very slow response

    Nope, the slow ones were the 305 (without the final F, which were specifically developed for RBs).

    http://www.maxtecscuba.com/replaceme...ax305specs.pdf

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    Re: Max 305F Oxygen Sensor (R-22D, Molex)

    Thanks guys I have been warned.

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