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YSI TruLine Silver/Sulfide Electrode

YSI TruLine Silver/Sulfide Electrode

Description

TruLine combination silver/sulfide electrode, BNC connector, 1m cable

Features

  • Solid state ISE
  • Double junction reference
  • 0.01-107,900 mg/L (Silver), 0.003-32,100 mg/L (Sulfide) range
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The TruLine series of laboratory ISEs consists of 15 electrodes that have an integrated reference, eliminating the need to have a separate reference half-cell. Each TruLine ISE has a refillable double-junction reference, resulting in a long electrode life and exceptional measurement reliability. TruLine ISEs can be connected to any ISE instrument featuring BNC connection, including the YSI 1320

  • Wide selection of 15 electrodes for 16 different parameters
  • 4 sensor technologies - gas sensing, polymer/PVC membrane, solid state, and glass sensor
  • Combination (i.e. full-cell), refillable electrodes with double-junction reference
  • BNC connection, 1m cable
  • Made in the U.S.A
  • 12 month warranty for solid state, glass sensor, and gas-sensing ISEs
  • 9 month warranty for ISEs with polymer/PVC membrane
What's Included:
  • (1) Electrode with 1m cable
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
YSI TruLine Silver/Sulfide Electrode 400433 TruLine combination silver/sulfide electrode, BNC connector, 1m cable
$693.50
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