Hach Intellical MTC101 Laboratory Gel Filled ORP Electrodes

The Hach Intellical MTC101 is a digital, combination oxidation reduction potential (ORP/Redox) probe with a non-refillable, gel-electrolyte reference and built-in temperature sensor.

Features

  • Available with 1m or 3m cable
  • Provides fast, stable response in a variety of applications
  • User alerted when re-calibration is needed
$550.00
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Overview
The Hach Intellical MTC101 is a digital, combination oxidation reduction potential (ORP/Redox) probe with a non-refillable, gel-electrolyte reference and built-in temperature sensor. The Hach MTC101 has low maintenance needs thanks to a non-refillable gel-filled single open reference junction.

Applications
The laboratory version of this metallic electrode is shockproof with its epoxy plastic body protecting down to the platinum sensing element. The Electrode is available with a 3 or 1m cable. The MTC101 electrode is ideal for measuring ORP/RedOx absolute mV values in wastewater, drinking water and aqueous media applications. The MTC101 is not suitable for use with organic solvents.

Accuracy:

±0.02 mV or 0.05%, whichever is greater

Cable Length:

1 m (3.28 ft)

Electrode Type:

Non-Refillable Gel Reference Element

Junction:

Open Junction

Kit?:

No

Length:

175 mm (6.89 in.)

Method Type:

Laboratory: Non-Refillable Gel Reference Element

Parameter:

ORP

Probe Type:

Standard

Product Kit:

Model: MTC101

Accessories Included: None

Range:

±1200 mV

Reference Type:

Ag/AgCl

Resolution:

±0.1 mV

Sample depth:

20 mm (0.79 in.)

Sensor material:

Epoxy

Sensor Type:

Platinum disc

Special Features:

Flat disc sensor for easy cleaning.

Temperature Accuracy:

±0.3 °C (±0.54 °F)

Temperature Range:

0 - 80 °C (32 - 176 °F)

Temperature Resolution:

0.1 °C (0.18 °F)

Test requirements:

Parameter Needed: ORP

Minimum Sample Depth (mm): 20

Thermistor:

ATC

Warranty:

6 months

Weight:

0.1 kg

What's included?:

IntelliCAL MTC101 Laboratory ORP/RedOx electrode with storage soaker bottle, 1 m cable, Test certificate, and Basic User Manual.

IntelliCAL MTC101 Laboratory ORP/RedOx electrode with storage soaker bottle, 1m cable, Test certificate, and Basic User Manual.
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