Hach Intellical MTC301 Laboratory Refillable ORP Electrodes

The Hach Intellical MTC301 is a digital combination oxidation reduction potential (ORP/RedOx) electrode with a built-in temperature sensor.

Features

  • Available with a 3 or 1m cable
  • Includes bottle of reference electrolyte filling solution
  • Refillable with a ceramic pin reference junction
Starting At $611.00
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Overview
The Hach Intellical MTC301 is a digital combination oxidation reduction potential (ORP/RedOx) electrode with a built-in temperature sensor. 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 1 m cable. The MTC301 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. A 59mL bottle of reference electrolyte filling solution (3M KCl solution saturated with AgCl) is included with the probe.

Accuracy:

±0.02 mV or 0.05%, whichever is greater

Cable Length:

1m (3.28 ft)

Electrode Type:

Refillable Reference Element

Filling Solution:

3 M KCl solution saturated with AgCl (#2841700)

Junction:

Porous Pin Junction

Kit?:

No

 

Length:

175 mm (6.89 in.)

Method Type:

Laboratory: Refillable Reference Element

Parameter:

ORP

Probe Type:

Standard

Product Kit:

Model: MTC301, 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:

12 months

Weight:

0.1 kg

What's included?:

IntelliCAL MTC301 Laboratory ORP/RedOx electrode with storage soaker bottle, 1 m cable, 59-mL bottle reference electrolyte filling solution 3M KCl with saturated AgCl solution), Test certificate, and Basic User Manual.

IntelliCAL MTC301 Laboratory ORP/RedOx electrode with storage soaker bottle, 1 m cable, 59-mL bottle reference electrolyte filling solution 3M KCl with saturated AgCl solution), Test certificate, and Basic User Manual.
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