Thermo Orion Dissolved Oxygen/BOD Probe

Thermo Orion dissolved oxygen/BOD probe, waterproof BNC connector, 1m cable

Features

  • Compatible with most pH meters with BNC connector
  • Air Calibration and Automatic Temperature Compensation
  • Convenient pre-filled cap membrane modules
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Your Price $1,327.50
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Thermo Orion Dissolved Oxygen/BOD Probe970899WP Orion dissolved oxygen/BOD probe, waterproof BNC connector, 1m cable
$1,327.50
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Thermo Orion Dissolved Oxygen/BOD Probe
970899WP
Orion dissolved oxygen/BOD probe, waterproof BNC connector, 1m cable
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$1,327.50
ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Thermo Orion Cap Membrane Module 970801 Orion pre-filled cap membrane module
$77.85
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Thermo Orion Duracell Batteries 970803 Duracell 10L14 batteries, 2 ea.
$57.60
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Thermo Orion Cap Membrane Module
970801
Orion pre-filled cap membrane module
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$77.85
Thermo Orion Duracell Batteries
970803
Duracell 10L14 batteries, 2 ea.
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$57.60
The Thermo Orion Dissolved Oxygen BOD Probe greatly simplifies the routine measurement of dissolved oxygen, particularly biochemical oxygen demand (BOD). The polarographic electrode allows dissolved oxygen concentration to be read directly in parts per million on any pH meter, eliminating the need for a dedicated readout meter.

When used with your standard pH meter, the Orion 970899WP Oxygen electrode provides a convenient interface for measuring biochemical oxygen demand (BOD). Built-in circuits convert the output to a signal that can be read by most pH meters. Standardization is fast and easy using water-saturated air or a chemical standard. An overflow funnel for use in BOD bottles allows measurements to be made in the same bottle before and after incubation.

Maintenance is easy with the pre-assembled membrane/electrolyte module. There are no membranes to cut or solution to pour. Each Orion 970899WP is packaged complete with two membrane/electrolyte modules, overflow funnel with built-in stirring bar, and batteries.
  • Electrode Type: Polarographic Gas Sensing Combination
  • Concentration Range: 0 to 14 ppm (nominal)
  • Accuracy: +/-0.05 ppm or 2% of reading, whichever is greater
  • Response Time: 96% response in less than 30 seconds between oxygen-free and air-saturated water at 22 C
  • Oxygen Consumption: 0.1 mg/hr
  • Battery Life: One year based on 4 hours/day operation
  • Temperature Range: 0 to 45 C
  • Membrane Caps: Pre-Filled Membrane Cap (970801)
  • Temperature Sensor: Dual, thermally separated
  • Application: Lab
  • (1) Dissolved oxygen/BOD probe
  • (2) Pre-filled cap membrane modules
  • (1) Overflow funnel with built-in stirring bar
  • (1) Set of batteries
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