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Seametrics TempHion pH/ORP Loggers

Seametrics TempHion pH/ORP Loggers

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The TempHion is a submersible water quality sensor and data logger that includes a pH/ORP element as well as one thermistor-based temperature element.

Features

  • Measures pH, ORP, and temperature
  • Integrated data logger collects over 200,000 records
  • Patented reference electrode for long-term stability
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The TempHion is a submersible water quality sensor and data logger that includes a pH/ORP element as well as one thermistor-based temperature element. With a patented reference electrode, the TempHion provides long-term stability for continuous or intermittent monitoring—making unattended in-situ pH testing possible without frequent calibrations or service.

  • Easy-to-use in-field calibration utilities
  • 316 stainless steel, fluoropolymer, acetal, and PTFE construction
  • Solution ground for excellent noise protection
  • Operates on low power
  • Long-term sensor stability
  • Measures pH, ORP, and temperature
  • RS485 network
  • 200,000+ records stored in non-volatile memory
  • Dual protocol (Modbus® and SDI-12)
  • Narrow 0.75″ diameter, 17.625″ length
  • Available cableless or with a variety of cable options—polyethylene, polyurethane, or FEP
  • Easy export to spreadsheets and databases
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