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SBE 43 Sea-Bird Dissolved Oxygen Sensor The SBE 43 sets the oxygen measurement standard for oceanographic research. The SBE 43 sensor is a complete redesign of the Clark polarographic membrane type, in which careful choices of materials, geometry, and sensor chemistry are combined with superior electronics interfacing and calibration methodology to yield major gains in performance. Calibration stability is improved by an order of magnitude, and the sensor requires less frequent calibration. Calibration drift is caused primarily by membrane fouling from ocean contaminants, and less so by chemical processes inside the sensor. If the membrane is kept clean, the sensor’s improved chemical stability yields demonstrated calibration drift rates of less than 0.5% over 1000 hours of operation (on time
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