Thermo Orion Russell Meter Stainless Steel ATC Probe

Orion stainless steel ATC probe, 2.5mm phono jack connector (Russell), 1m cable

Features

  • Extremely durable stainless steel body
  • Automatically corrects pH measurements
  • Phono jack connector for Russell meters
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Thermo Orion Russell Meter Stainless Steel ATC Probe917004 Orion stainless steel ATC probe, 2.5mm phono jack connector (Russell), 1m cable
$72.72
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Thermo Orion's stainless steel ATC probe feature a durable stainless steel body which can stand up to rugged environments. The probe automatically adjusts to pH measurements for variation in electrode slope due to temperature change. This probe is for Russell meters and is ideal for food samples and organic solvents.
  • Temperature range: 0 to 100 degrees Celsius
  • 2.5 mm tip
  • 1 m cable
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