Hach Intellical PHC201 Gel Filled pH Electrodes

Intellical PHC201 is a digital combination pH electrode with built-in temperature sensor. 

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  • Available with a 3 or 1m cable
$368.00
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Intellical PHC201 is a digital combination pH electrode with built-in temperature sensor. The PHC201 has a non-refillable semi-liquid gel-filled ceramic pin reference junction. This laboratory pH electrode is shockproff with its epoxy plastic body protecting down to the glass bulb sensing element.

The electrode is available with a 3 or 1 m cable. The PHC201 pH electrode is recommended for general aqueous applications. PHC201 is not suitable for use with organic solvents, low ionic strength, wastewater, high solids or high alkaline sample types.

IntelliCAL PHC201 provides fast, stable response in water quality applications
IntelliCAL digital probes provide ultimate traceability in measurement history
IntelliCAL digital probes alert the user when re-calibration is needed
IntelliCAL digital probes can be moved between meters without the need to re-calibrate or re-enter measurement settings

Accuracy: ±0.02 pH
Application: Clean Samples
Cable Length:1 m (3.28 ft)
Electrode Type: Non-Refillable Gel Reference Element, semi-liquid gel
Junction: Porous Pin Junction
Kit?: No
Length: 175 mm (6.89 in.)
Method Type: Laboratory: Non-Refillable Gel Reference Element, semi-liquid gel
Parameter: pH
Probe Type: Standard
Product Kit: Model: PHC201
Accessories Included: None
Range: 0 - 14 pH
Reference Type: Ag/AgCl (double junction)
Resolution: 0.001/0.01/0.1
Sample depth: 15 mm (0.59 in.)
Sensor material: Epoxy
Sensor Type: pH Glass
Sodium (Alkalinity) error: <20% at pH 14 in 1 M NaCl
Special Features: General purpose. Clean water samples.
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: pH
Minimum Sample Depth (mm): 15
Thermistor: ATC
Warranty: 6 months
Weight: 0.1 kg
 

IntelliCAL PHC201 Laboratory pH electrode with storage soaker bottle, 1 m cable, Test certificate, Basic User Manual.

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