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Old 11th July 2011, 16:39   #1
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Oxy 2 sensors

I just called Oxycheq for Oxy2 sensors. He said they are out of production and unavailable. Does anyone have a source or mod for these?

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Old 11th July 2011, 18:32   #2
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Re: Oxy 2 sensors

He's probably referring to the fact that teledyne (which I bleive they dstributed in NA) won't sell diving sensors any more the replacement is the AI PSR-11-39-MD2 PSR-11-39-MD2 Oxygen Sensor (Replaces Uwatec A11 303) I'm using two in my OXY2 just fine
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Old 11th July 2011, 18:55   #3
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Re: Oxy 2 sensors

Thanks for the info.
Does anyone know where I can order them in the US? If I get them, from Canada they will charge me $110.00 just for shipping. Tecme is closed for the next two weeks.
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Old 11th July 2011, 19:31   #4
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Re: Oxy 2 sensors

Dive Gear Express has them; they're very fast at shipping, and whenever I've had cell problems, their return/replace policy has been top notch.

Oxygen Sensors for Diving - Dive Gear Express
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Re: Oxy 2 sensors

Fantastic! The price is good too.

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Re: Oxy 2 sensors

I called Dive Gear Express about the sensors. They didn't have the PSR-11-39-MD2 I needed for the OXY2 only the PSR-11-39-MD. They suggested that I call the manufacturer to see if PSR-11-39-MD would work.
So I called Analytical Industries Inc. and they said the polarity was switched around on the pins so only the PSR-11-39-MD2 will work for my application. I was able to buy direct from them.
Hope this helps anyone else that needs these sensors.
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Re: Oxy 2 sensors

Ack - sorry about that - did not mean to steer you wrong, but glad you caught it. I didn't realize that the pins were swapped between the MD / MD2 variants, but I'm glad you got it taken care of. It's been years since I've actually seen a _working_ Oxy2 :)

(FWIW, I had two units fail on me, plus several of the matching Air Z O2 units, all within a year. I bought a VR3 when that was considered a good option and swore off Uwatec. Been almost a decade now...)
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Re: Oxy 2 sensors

Quote: (Originally Posted by Diver Dude) View Original Post
I called Dive Gear Express about the sensors. They didn't have the PSR-11-39-MD2 I needed for the OXY2 only the PSR-11-39-MD. They suggested that I call the manufacturer to see if PSR-11-39-MD would work.
So I called Analytical Industries Inc. and they said the polarity was switched around on the pins so only the PSR-11-39-MD2 will work for my application. I was able to buy direct from them.
Hope this helps anyone else that needs these sensors.
Thanks for the input guys.

Hi I am based in Singapore

I am looking for the sensor too for my AirZO2/Oxy2 .. presently I use R 22D and I believed it no more in use

Is the sensor u talking about can fit in the AirZO2/Oxy2?

If yes , then i need it urgently

I can be email at aac_adv@pacific.net.sg

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Old 12th July 2011, 09:51   #9
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Re: Oxy 2 sensors

Quote: (Originally Posted by Diver Dude) View Original Post
ISo I called Analytical Industries Inc. and they said the polarity was switched around on the pins so only the PSR-11-39-MD2 will work for my application.
Hi,
that is not 100% correct. Also the sensors with the "standard" molex connector are working with the Oxy2.

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Old 12th July 2011, 10:05   #10
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Re: Oxy 2 sensors

Quote: (Originally Posted by OTHMAN) View Original Post
Hi I am based in Singapore

I am looking for the sensor too for my AirZO2/Oxy2 .. presently I use R 22D and I believed it no more in use

Is the sensor u talking about can fit in the AirZO2/Oxy2?

If yes , then i need it urgently

I can be email at aac_adv@pacific.net.sg

Othman
Othman, if you need Molex cells you can use rEvo cells as R22D is no longer available.
I have just made an order from rEvo for some cells so if you need some call me on 97582478 by today.

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