Specialty O2 Sensors for Analyzers

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PSR-11-xx
Analytical Industries (AI) offers a wide selection of replacement oxygen sensors for diving gas analyzers.

† Although we make every effort to keep all these sensors in stock, because of relatively low unit sales volumes for some of the more obscure models, they can occasionally have a 1-2 week lead time in order for Dive Gear Express to be able to offer the freshest sensor available.

Specialty O2 Sensors for Analyzers

Specialty Oxygen Sensors for Analyzers
Specialty Oxygen Sensors for Analyzers
  • See chart below to find the sensor you need
  • Choose from a wide selection of sensors for diving gas analyzers
  • In stock sensors are "factory fresh" for longest performance

We are a high volume retailer of AI brand diving sensors, assuring that replacement sensors ordered from Dive Gear Express are always among the freshest available.

For rebreather replacement sensors please visit Rebreather Sensors.

  • The PSR-11-37-D2 will work in the Nuvair O2 QuickStick analyzer.
  • The PSR-11-37-D2-1 will work in the Teledyne MixChek, and Nuvair Pro Trimix analyzers.
  • The PSR-11-37-D3 will work in the Analox Mini O2 & O2-II, OMS Oxygen Analyzer (Analox), ScubaPro (Analox) - **NOT for the Analox O2EII.
  • The PSR-11-37-D4 will work in the OxyCheq Expedition, MSA MiniOx IV, Abysmal TekChek, and RC Dive Spectrum Pro-1 analyzers.
  • The PSR-11-39-ATA will work in the Analox ATA Trimix analyzer.
  • The PSR-11-39-JD, with the 3.5mm Mini-Jack connector, is used in Dive Rite VTI, Mini-Ox brand, Spectrum brand, Vandagraph VN202, OxyCheq El Cheapo/Expedition-X, and Teledyne AD300/MD300 analyzers. This sensor is often referred to generically as the R-17D (an old Teledyne part number no longer manufactured.)
  • The PSR-11-39-JD1 will work in the Maxtec OM25AE analyzer.
  • The PSR-11-39-MD with the 3-pin Molex connector, is used in the Cochran Lifeguard, Divesoft, DiveTek Oz, DiveNav cootwo, Mares EANx, and OxySpy analyzers. This sensor is often referred to generically as the R-22D (an old Teledyne part number no longer manufactured.)
  • The PSR-11-39-MD5 with the 3-pin Molex connector, is used in the OMS Professional Dive Oxygen Analyzer (Peanut).

We currently do not offer an AII replacement sensor for the Analox O2EII Nitrox Analyzer. Only the branded Analox 9100-9220-9B sensor replacement is available for that unit.

See PRODUCT DOCUMENTS tab for additional cross reference documentation from manufacturer.

The AII-11-75-PO2D for the Analytical Industries Palm 'D' oxygen analyzer, the AII-OSV-22-AF for the Analytical Industries Palm 'CO' carbon monoxide analyzer the AII-11-60-D for the AII-3000-A Oxygen Analyzer, and the AII-11-75D oxygen sensor for the Trumix 4001 Trimix analyzer are listed as separate products.

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SKU PSR-11-xx
Brand Analytical Industries
Weight (lbs) 0.2500
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  1. Replacement O2 Sensor for Nuvair Analyzer

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    Needed replacement sensor which Dive Gear Express had in stock. Received in 2 days. 15 minutes to replace. Works great.
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  2. Exactly the right part

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    The correct part for the "OMS Peanut", quick turn around on a part I can't get through an OMS dealer. Just all around good service.
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  3. Exactly the right part

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    OMS may no longer be supporting the "Peanut" as many refer to it, but this exactly the right part (both function and fit).
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  4. Use these in Nuvair Ox Analyzer

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    Ive used these in my Nuvair analyzer for few years and last reasonable amt. of time. They seem pretty accurate - compared to my rebreather sensors they read about the same. Also use them to check my gas mixes in NTX and have proven pretty accurate.
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  5. Thumbs up

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    connected and tested... works well...
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