5197000

Hach Dissolved Oxygen Probe

Hach Dissolved Oxygen Probe

Description

Hach dissolved oxygen probe is available with a 1m, 3m, or 15m cable.

Features

  • Clark-type polarographic sensor
  • Built-in thermistor provides automatic temperature compensation
  • 1 year warranty
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The Hach dissolved oxygen probe is a Clark-type amperometric sensor used to measure dissolved oxygen in aqueous solutions. It consists of an anode/cathode electrode system and potassium chloride-based electrolyte, separated from the sample by a replaceable oxygenpermeable Teflon membrane. A built-in thermistor provides automatic temperature compensation when using the sension6 Dissolved Oxygen Meter.
Notable Specifications:
  • Concentration Range: 0 - 20 mg/L or 0 - 200% saturation
  • Accuracy: +/-1.0% full scale
  • Temp Range: 0 - 50 C
  • Response Time: 99% of full value in 1 minute
  • Minimum Sample Flow: 20 cm/sec
  • Drift: Less than 1%/day
  • Length: 150 mm
  • Diameter: 12 mm
  • Cable Connector: 5-pin circular
What's Included:
  • (1)Hach dissolved oxygen probe with 5-Pin circular connector
  • (1) Spare membrane cap
  • (1) Bottle of filling solution, 50mL
  • (1) Probe storage bottle
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Hach Dissolved Oxygen Probe 5197000 Dissolved oxygen probe, 1m cable
$770.00
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Hach Dissolved Oxygen Probe 5197003 Dissolved oxygen probe, 3m cable
$828.00
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Hach Dissolved Oxygen Probe 5197015 Dissolved oxygen probe with weight assembly, 15m cable
$851.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Hach Electrolyte Filling Solution 2759126 Electrolyte filling solution, sensION+ dissolved oxygen probes, 50mL
$15.89
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Questions & Answers

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Can my probe be stored dry?
The probe can only be left out of solution for 24 hours without damage.
How should I store my probe for long-term storage?
For long term storage, disconnect the probe from the meter and remove the membrane cap assembly. Rinse the anode, cathode, and membrane cap with deionized water. Shake the deionized water out of the membrane cap and use a clean lab wipe to blot the moisture from the electrode anode and cathode. Thread the membrane cap assembly loosely onto the body of the probe.

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