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Hach pH Platinum Series Combination Electrode

Hach pH Platinum Series Combination Electrode

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Hach pH platinum series combination electrode with 5-pin connector, (2) electrolyte cartridges, and manual

Features

  • A full range pH glass that balances speed of response, full range, and longevity
  • Silver/silver chloride reference element with a free-flowing junction
  • Reliable electrode specifically designed for fast, accurate pH measurement
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The Hach pH platinum series combination electrode with a renewable, free flowing reference junction is a reliable electrode specifically designed for fast, accurate pH measurements.

The Platinum Series pH Electrode uses a silver/silver chloride reference element with a free-flowing junction. When the dispenser button is pressed, electrolyte gel is dispensed past the reference element to the reference junction.

This electrode uses a full range pH glass that balances speed of response, full range, and longevity. It is suitable for a wide variety of samples, including hard-to-measure, pure water samples. If using the sensION System, the meter will automatically account for buffer temperatures during calibration. The Auto Buffer Recognition/Auto Temperature Compensation calibration program built into sension meters contains accurate pH profiles for buffers of pH 4.01, 6.86, 7.00, and 10.0 at temperatures from 0 to 60 C.
Notable Specifications:
  • Range: 0-14 pH units
  • Isopotential Point: 7.00 +/-0.5 pH units (0 +/-29 mV)
  • Electrode Resistance: less than 100 Mohms at 25 C (new)
  • Slope: -58 +/-3 mV at 25 C
  • Temp Range: 0 to 45 C (routine use), 0 to 100 C (occasional use), -40 to 50 C (storage)
  • Reference Half Cell: Ag/AgCl/2.2 M KCl in 40% glycerol gel
  • Tip Diameter: 12.3 mm (0.485 inches)
  • Tip Length: 116 mm (4.55 inches)
  • Total Length: 241 mm (9.5 inches)
  • Cable Length: 0.91 m (36 inches)
  • Cable Connector: 5-Pin Connector
What's Included:
  • (1) Hach pH platinum series combination electrode
  • (2) Electrolyte cartridges
  • (1) Operations manual
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