103780Y

YSI IDS 4130 Digital pH/Temp Probe

YSI IDS 4130 Digital pH/Temp Probe

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IDS 4130 digital combination pH/temp probe with glass body, refillable double junction electrode, 1.5m cable

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IDS Intelligent Digital Sensors
The IDS sensors automatically store their unique serial number and calibration data. In addition, they also digitally process the measurement signal. The sensors can be moved from instrument to instrument and maintain their calibration data and transmit this information to the new instrument.

 

  • Plug and play connectivity with each instrument
  • IDS senors store their own unique ID with serial number and calibration data
  • Digital sensor recognition, processing and data transfer
Notable Specifications:

Range: 0.000 to 14.000 (+/-0.004)
Temperature Range: 0 to 100ºC (32 to 212ºF)
Temperature Accuracy: +/-0.2ºC
Reference Electrode: 3 mol/l KCl
Membrane Shape: Cone
Diaphragm: Platinum Wire
Material: Glass
Dimensions: Length 120 mm (4.7 in); diameter 12 mm (0.47 in)
Warranty: 1 year

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