928007MD

Thermo Orion Micro ATC Probe

Thermo Orion Micro ATC Probe

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Thermo Orion Micro ATC probe

Features

  • Durable ATC probe, has epoxy body and stainless steel sensing tip
  • Diameter of sensor tip is less than 1 mm
  • Measurements in samples as small as 10 uL
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Thermo Orion Micro ATC Probe measure the temperature of samples with an ATC probe that is less than 1 mm in diameter. Durable and compact, the Thermo Orion Micro ATC probe specifically designed to measure temperature in extremely small samples. This probe measures the temperature of samples in a 384 well plate or in samples requiring a depth of immersion of 3 mm.
  • Durable ATC probe, has epoxy body and stainless steel sensing tip.
  • Diameter of sensor tip is less than 1 mm.
  • Measurements in samples as small as 10 micro liters.
  • Minimum depth of immersions 3 mm.
  • Micro size will allow to measure in almost any aqueous sample.
  • Micro tip size provides optimum temperature response.
  • Compatible with Orion Star Series meters
Notable Specifications:
  • Temperature Range: 0 to 100 C
  • Temperature Accuracy: +/-1 C
  • Length: 117 mm
  • Diameter: 5 mm
  • Tip Diameter: 1 mm
  • Approx. Tip Length: 38 mm
  • Minimum depth of Immersion: 3 mm
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Thermo Orion Micro ATC Probe 928007MD Orion Micro ATC probe, MiniDIN connector, 1m cable
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