Thermo Orion Lab Star DO113 DO Bench Meters

The Thermo Orion Lab Star DO113 DO Bench Meters records dissolved oxygen in the lab using Orion DO sensors with MiniDIN connectors.


  • Budget-friendly meter for simplified dissolved oxygen testing
  • Large 5” backlit display makes viewing measurements easy
  • Small meter footprint saves valuable lab bench space
List Price $875.00
Starting At $831.25
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The Thermo Scientific Orion Lab Star DO113 Dissolved Oxygen Bench Meter is ideally suited for laboratories with users of varying levels of technical expertise and who require a simple-to-calibrate and use meter for routine dissolved oxygen testing. Simultaneously measures dissolved oxygen as percent saturation, concentration in mg/L or concentration in ppm with temperature.

To enable comprehensive measurement capabilities, measure dissolved oxygen in a range of 0.0 to 300.0 % saturation, 0.00 to 30.0 mg/L or ppm and measure temperature in a range of -5.0 to 105.0 °C or 23.0 to 221.0 °F.

For proficient SOP compliance, perform 100% saturation, 0% saturation and custom concentration calibrations for dissolved and one-point temperature adjustment calibrations. View active dissolved oxygen and temperature calibration logs with date and time stamps to ensure accurate, reproducible measurements. Record key measurements using the 500-point data log with date and time stamp. Output data logs and calibration logs to a printer or computer for long-term data storage.

Featuring a large, backlit display for easy viewability and a small footprint to save bench space, this dissolved oxygen meter is ideally suited for simplified, budget-friendly lab testing. Use the onscreen stabilizing and ready indicators to help identify when DO meter readings are complete.


  • Meter
  • Electrode stand
  • Computer cable
  • Universal power adapter


  • Meter
  • Electrode stand
  • Computer cable
  • Universal power adapter
  • Polarographic DO/ATC probe with calibration sleeve (Cat. No. 083005MD)
  • DO probe maintenance kit (Cat. No. 080513)
  • BOD adapter (Cat. No. 080360)
Questions & Answers
How long is the warm up time for this meter?
The warm-up time applies to the dissolved oxygen probe. The 083005MD polarographic DO probe requires a 30-60 minute warm up time to prevent inaccuracy and drift.
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