Thermo Orion Half-Cell Fluoride Electrode

Orion fluoride solid state half-cell electrode, BNC connector, 1m cable (requires 900100 reference electrode)

Features

  • Solid state half-cell
  • Requires 900100 reference electrode
  • Measurement range: 1 x 10-6 M to saturated 0.02 ppm to saturated
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