086030MD

Thermo Orion AUTO-STIR BOD Probe

Thermo Orion AUTO-STIR BOD Probe

Description

Thermo Orion AUTO-STIR dissolved oxygen probe with calibration chamber & stand, MiniDIN connector, 2m cable

Features

  • Meter Compatibility: Star Series Benchtop
  • Polarographic, self-stirring BOD probe
  • One-Touch control for fast & easy BOD analysis
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The Thermo Orion AUTO-STIR DO Probe brings convenience, accuracy and dependability to dissolved oxygen measurements. The integrated stirrer is highly efficient, eliminating oxygen stratification in BOD bottles. Self-stirring with One-Touch control.

A new level of speed, convenience, and accuracy is featured in this Thermo Orion BOD Probe from Thermo Scientific. The built-in stirrer provides vigorous sample agitation, preventing oxygen stratification, and can easily be disassembled for cleaning. The probe stand, which is free standing, can be used to store your probe when not in use, and also functions as an air calibration beaker. One-Touch control from the probe means fast and easy BOD analysis with compatible Orion meters.
Notable Specifications:
  • Probe Type: Polarographic
  • Response Time: 90% of final value in 10 sec; 95% of final value in 15 sec; 99% of final value in 60 sec
  • Minimum Sample Flow: 10 cm/sec
  • Oxygen Consumption: 0.008 ug/h (mg/L)-1 at 20 C
  • Max Allow Consumption: 6 BAR
  • Sample Temperature: 0 to 50 C
  • Temperature Sensor: Dual, thermally separated
  • Drift: approx. 0.1% / day
  • Electrolyte Lifetime: 180 days (Typical average life, may vary with conditions of use)
  • Storage Temperature: -5 to 50 C
  • Application: Laboratory
  • Cable Length: 2m
  • Membrane Caps: 080515 / Solution 080514
  • Maintenance Kit: 080513
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Thermo Orion AUTO-STIR BOD Probe 086030MD Orion AUTO-STIR dissolved oxygen probe with calibration chamber & stand, MiniDIN connector, 2m cable
$1411.85
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Thermo Orion Polarographic DO Cap Membrane 080515 Orion polarographic DO cap membrane
$45.14
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Thermo Orion Polarographic DO Probe Electrolyte Solution 080514 Orion polarographic DO probe electrolyte solution, 60mL
$14.96
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Thermo Orion Polarographic DO Probe Maintenance Kit 080513 Orion polarographic DO probe maintenance kit
$158.95
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Thermo Orion 086021A Orion calibration chamber & stand
$124.10
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Questions & Answers

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How do I polarize the probe?
To polarize a probe, attach the probe to the meter, connect the meter to a power supply and wait 30 to 60 minutes. The probe is continuously polarized when it is connected to the meter, so this process does not need to be repeated unless probe maintenance is performed or the probe is disconnected from the meter for more than an hour. If the probe is disconnected from the meter for less than an hour, allow the probe to polarize for 5 to 25 minutes before use.
Why do I keep getting a bad zero point calibration?
The probe must be immersed in an oxygen-free solution for at least five minutes.

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