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Thermo Orion Star A216 Benchtop pH/RDO/DO Meter

Thermo Orion Star A216 Benchtop pH/RDO/DO Meter

Description

The Thermo Orion Star A216 benchtop pH/RDO/DO meter with electrode stand works with Orion polarographic or RDO optical probes and Orion pH electrodes for laboratory DO, BOD and pH readings.

Features

  • Capable of reading pH, mV, RmV, DO concentration, DO saturation and temperature
  • AUTO-READ function alerts user and locks stable readings on backlit LCD screen
  • USB and RS-232 ports allow easy data transfer of up to 2000 time-stamped data points
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The Thermo Orion Star A216 benchtop pH/RDO/DO meter is the ideal choice for any lab. The informative, backlit display shows pH, mV, RmV, dissolved oxygen concentration and saturation, and temperature readings along with electrode status, time, date, sample ID, user ID and calibration points. The meter accepts both Thermo Orion polarographic probes and RDO optical probes for increased accuracy and versatility. For advanced users, features such as stability and averaging choices provide additional options.

Thermo Orion Star A210 series benchtop meters provide a large storage capacity for time-stamped data points, which can be conveniently uploaded to a PC through the meter's USB and RS-232 ports. Complimentary data analysis software allows users to quickly view and manipulate data. Accuracy can be ensured through 5 point calibration and calibration editing features.

 

  • Accepts and automatically recognizes Orion polarographic and RDO optical probes
  • AUTO-READ function alerts user and locks on-screen readings when stable
  • Up to 5 point pH calibration with automatic recognition of USA/NIST and DIN buffers
  • Calibration editing allows user to fix calibration errors without complete recalibration
  • Automatic temperature, manual salinity and auto or manual barometric pressure compensation
  • Calibration options include water-saturated air, air-saturated water, Winkler titration or zero-point calibration
  • USB and RS-232 ports to upload data and update included data analysis software
  • Non-volatile memory holds up to 2000 time-stamped data points
  • Electrode arm and newly-designed probe holder to place probes into samples
  • Universal power supply or battery power option
  • Interface supports English, Spanish, French, Italian, German and Chinese languages
  • IP54-rated splashproof housing
  • 3 year meter warranty
Notable Specifications:
  • pH
  • Range: -2.00 to 20.00
  • Resolution: 0.1, 0.01, 0.001
  • Relative Accuracy: +/-0.002
  • Calibration Points: Up to 5
  • mV/RmV
  • Range: +/-2000.0 mV
  • Resolution: 0.1 mV
  • Relative Accuracy: +/-0.2mV or 0.05%, whichever is greater
  • EH ORP Mode: Yes
  • Dissolved Oxygen Polarographic Concentration (% Sat)
  • Range: 0 to 90 mg/L (0 to 600 %)
  • Resolution: 0.01, 0.1 (0.1,1)
  • Relative Accuracy: +/-0.2 (+/-2 %)
  • Dissolved Oxygen RDO Concentration (% Sat)
  • Range: 0 to 50 mg/L (0 to 500 %)
  • Resolution: 0.01, 0.1 (0.1,1)
  • Relative Accuracy: +/-0.1 up to 8 mg/L;+/-0.2 from 8 to 20 mg/L; 10% of reading above 20 mg/L (+/-2 %)
  • Dissolved Oxygen
  • Manual Barometric Pressure Compensation: 450.0 to 850.0 mm Hg
  • Manual Salinity Factor Correction: 0 to 45 ppt
  • Calibration Features: Water-saturated air, air-saturated water, manual (Winkler) and zero point
  • Sensor type: Polarographic or RDO
  • Temperature
  • Range: 0 to 50 C
  • Resolution: 0.1
  • Relative Accuracy: +/-0.1 C
  • Offset Calibration: 1 point
  • Datalogging
  • Number of Points: 2000 with time and date stamp
  • Log Function: Manual, ready (AUTO-READ), timed
  • Log Edit: Delete lindividual points, group of points or all
  • General
  • Display: Backlit LCD
  • Inputs: pH electrode - BNC, DO probe - 9-pin mini-DIN
  • Outputs: RS-232, USB
  • Power Adapter: Universal AC, 100-240 VAC
  • Battery Power: 4 AAs, 800 hrs life
  • Environmental Requirements: 5 to 45 C and 5 to 85% relative humidity, non-condensing
  • Regulatory and Safety: CE, TUV 3-1, FCC Class A
  • IP Rating: IP54, splashproof and dustproof
  • Warranty: 36 months (from date of purchase)
What's Included:
  • (1) Thermo Orion Star A216 pH/RDO/DO meter
  • (1) Electrode stand
  • (1) Universal power adapter
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Questions & Answers

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What is the battery life of this meter?
The Thermo Orion Star A216 can operate on a universal power supply or four (4) AA batteries. When running on battery power, the meter has an 800 hour lifespan.
How many calibrations can this meter store?
Up to 10 calibrations can be stored in the meter's datalog and can be exported to a printer or computer.

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