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You can get a better idea of the parts and cost at my tutorial website:http://homemadeliquidnitrogen.com
Very nice. I built my analyzer. However, I got the O2 electrode from an anesthesia machine. You will have to find that part. The rest just involved building a circuit that could sense the voltage generated by the electrode and convert that to a value between 0 and 100.
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