Hach Conductivity Probe

Hach conductivity probe is available with a 1m or 3m cable.

Features

  • For use with sensION5 meter
  • Built-in thermistor provides automatic temperature compensation
  • 1 year warranty
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Hach Conductivity Probe5197500 Conductivity probe, 1m cable
$568.00
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Hach Conductivity Probe 5197503 Conductivity probe, 3m cable
$619.00
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Hach Conductivity Standards 2307542 Conductivity standard, 180 uS/cm, 100mL
$16.05
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Hach Conductivity Standards 1440042 Conductivity standard, 1000 uS/cm, 100mL
$19.39
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Hach Conductivity Standards 210542 Conductivity standard, 1990 uS/cm, 100mL
$16.69
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Hach Conductivity Standards 2307442 Conductivity standard, 18,000 uS/cm, 100mL
$15.85
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Hach conductivity probe for use with the sensION5 conductivity meter.
  • Cell Constant: 0.45 (+/-10%)
  • Range: 0.01uS - 200 mS
  • Temp Range: 0-100 C (occasional use), 0-50 C (routine use)
  • Length: 155 mm
  • Diameter: 15 mm
  • Immersion Depth: 40 mm minimum
  • Cable Length: 1 meter
  • Connector 5-pin circular
  • (1) Conductivity probe, 1m cable
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