Thermo Orion Low Maintenance ORP/ATC Triode

Thermo Orion gel ORP/ATC triode has a durable epoxy body and is low maintenance.

Features

  • Designed for use in water and wastewater
  • Epoxy body for ruggedness and durability
  • Capability to measure ORP and Temperature simultaneously without a separate reference electrode
List Price $415.00
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Thermo Orion Low Maintenance ORP/ATC Triode9179BNMD Orion ORP/ATC Triode with epoxy body, low maintenance gel, waterproof BNC & MiniDIN connector, 1m cable
$373.50
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Thermo Orion Gel ORP/ATC Triode (A+ Series) 9179BN Orion ORP/ATC Triode with epoxy body, low maintenance gel, waterproof BNC & 8-pin DIN connector, 1m cable
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Thermo Orion Low Maintenance ORP/ATC Triode
9179BNMD
Orion ORP/ATC Triode with epoxy body, low maintenance gel, waterproof BNC & MiniDIN connector, 1m cable
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$373.50
Thermo Orion Gel ORP/ATC Triode (A+ Series)
9179BN
Orion ORP/ATC Triode with epoxy body, low maintenance gel, waterproof BNC & 8-pin DIN connector, 1m cable
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$347.40
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Thermo Orion ORP Standard 967901 Orion ORP standard, (1) 475mL bottle
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The Thermo Orion Gel ORP/ATC Triode consists of a platinum redox sensor, a silver/silver chloride internal reference systems and a built-in thermistor for Automatic Temperature Compensation (ATC).

The 9179BNMD electrodes have the capability to measure ORP and Temperature simultaneously without a separate reference electrode. Direct measurements of redox potentials or potentiometric titrations can also be performed with these ORP Triode electrodes. They are not designed for amperometric or constant current titrations, such as Karl Fischer analysis.

Recommended Use: Measurement of oxidation/reduction potential and temperature in water/wastewater, metal plating, and biotech.
  • Temperature Range: 0 to 80 C
  • Internal Reference: Ag/AgCl
  • Junction: Wick
  • Length: 120 mm
  • Diameter: 12 mm
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