PF-CAP-C-00161

PONSEL DIGISENS pH/ORP Sensor

PONSEL pH/ORP Sensor - no cartridge

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The PONSEL pH/ORP sensor is a combination pH, Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP), and temperature sensor that records and stores calibration data internally.

Features

  • Rugged sensor provides accurate readings regardless of environment (IP68 rating)
  • Field-replaceable sensor cartridge features a Plastogel reference for infrequent replacement
  • Can be used to trigger Isco samplers based on pre-defined threshold
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The PONSEL pH/ORP sensor is a smart sensor that can store calibration history and configuration data within the sensor itself for plug-and-play measurements. This sensor accurately measures pH, redox potential and temperature with minimum power consumption. The pH/ORP cartridge is designed to last for an extended time with the Plastogel technology. This means that recalibration and replacement is infrequent.

The digital output of this smart sensor can be in SDI-12 or Modbus RS-485 for 2-way communication with Isco samplers and external data loggers. With a USB adapter, the PONSEL pH/ORP sensor can also be connected to a PC using CALSENS software.

If this sensor is connected to an Isco sampler with the cable adapter, it can be used to trigger samples based on preprogrammed temperature, pH or redox levels. 

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$633.00
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