LZW9650.97.0002

Hach sensION+ 9650 Sodium Ion Selective Electrode

Hach sensION+ 9650 Sodium Ion Selective Electrode

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Hach sensION+ 9650 sodium ion selective electrode is a half-cell (reference not integrated) sodium ion selective electrode (ISE) glass body and glass membrane selective to sodium ions in solution.

Features

  • Provides fast, stable, and accurate response
  • Requires little maintenance
  • Ideal for measuring sodium concentrations in wastewater, drinking water and general water quality applications
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The Hach sensION+ 9650 sodium ion selective electrode is a half-cell (reference not integrated) sodium ion selective electrode (ISE) glass body and glass membrane selective to sodium ions in solution. It is recommended for use with the sensION+ 5044 reference electrode. The 9650 has a fixed 1 meter cable and BNC connector for laboratory use with the Hach sensION+ MM374 Multimeter. The 9650 is ideal for measuring sodium concentrations in wastewater, drinking water and general water quality applications.

Notable Specifications:
  • Dimensions (D x L): 12 mm x 120 mm
  • Material Sensor Body: Glass
  • Temperature Range: 0 to 60 °C
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Hach sensION+ 9650 Sodium Ion Selective Electrode LZW9650.97.0002 sensION+ 9650 sodium ion selective electrode, sensor only
$421.00
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