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Thermo Orion pH/ATC Triode Electrodes

Thermo Orion pH/ATC Triode Electrodes

Description

All Thermo Orion Triodes have built-in temperature sensors allowing you to measure pH and temperature with one electrode.

Features

  • Built-in automatic temperature compensation
  • Variety of electrodes based on sample and application
  • Available in glass or epoxy body
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$136.00
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$115.60
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All Thermo Scientific Orion Triodes have built-in temperature sensors allowing you to measure pH and temperature with one electrode. There are a variety of electrodes based on your sample and application.

The AquaPro Triode has the advantage of having an open junction that does not clog and double junction reference. For use in samples with TRIS, protein and sulfides.

Ag/AgCl Triodes have good response and are ideal for routine measurements.

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Thermo Orion pH/ATC Triode Electrodes 9147BN Orion pH/ATC Triode with epoxy body, low maintenance gel, BNC & 2.5mm phono tip connector, 1m cable
$115.60
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Thermo Orion pH/ATC Triode Electrodes 9157BNMD Orion pH/ATC Triode with epoxy body, refillable, BNC & MiniDIN connector, 1m cable
$321.30
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Thermo Orion pH/ATC Triode Electrodes 9157BN Orion pH/ATC Triode with epoxy body, refillable, BNC & 8 pin connector, 1m cable
$318.75
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Thermo Orion pH/ATC Triode Electrodes 9109WP Orion pH/ATC Triode with epoxy body, low maintenance gel, waterproof EDIN & banana plug connector, 1m cable
$217.60
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Thermo Orion pH/ATC Triode Electrodes 9109WL Orion pH/ATC Triode with epoxy body, low maintenance gel, waterproof EDIN & banana plug connector, 6m cable
$244.80
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Thermo Orion pH/ATC Triode Electrodes 9107BNMD Orion pH/ATC Triode with epoxy body, low maintenance gel, BNC & MiniDIN connector, 1m cable
$229.50
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Thermo Orion pH/ATC Triode Electrodes 9107WMMD Orion pH/ATC Triode with epoxy body, low maintenance gel, BNC & MiniDIN connector, 3m cable
$243.10
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Thermo Orion pH/ATC Triode Electrodes 9107WLMD Orion pH/ATC Triode with epoxy body, low maintenance gel, BNC & MiniDIN connector, 6m cable
$255.00
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Thermo Orion pH/ATC Triode Electrodes 9107BN Orion pH/ATC Triode with epoxy body, low maintenance gel, BNC & 8 pin connector, 1m cable
$215.05
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Thermo Orion pH/ATC Triode Electrodes 9107WP Orion pH/ATC Triode with epoxy body, low maintenance gel, BNC & 8 pin connector, 3m cable
$240.55
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Thermo Orion pH/ATC Triode Electrodes 9107APMD Orion AquaPro pH/ATC Triode with epoxy body, low maintenance polymer, BNC & MiniDIN connector, 1m cable
$243.95
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Thermo Orion pH/ATC Triode Electrodes 5107BNMD Orion No Cal pH/ATC Triode with epoxy body, refillable, BNC & MiniDIN connector, 1m cable
$349.35
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Thermo Orion pH Electrode Fill Solution 900011 Orion pH electrode fill solution, 4 M KCl, (5) 60mL bottles
$85.85
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Thermo Orion pH Electrode Storage Solution 910001 Orion pH electrode storage solution, (1) 475mL bottle
$48.45
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Thermo Orion All-in-One 475mL pH Buffer Kit 910199 Orion All-in-One pH buffer kit, (1) 475mL bottle ea. of pH 4, 7, 10; storage solution; storage bottle
$85.85
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