Thermo Orion Precise 2-Electrode Conductivity Cell

Precise 2-electrode conductivity cell


  • Standard conductivity range
  • For lab and field applications
  • Platinized epoxy/platinum
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Thermo Scientific offers a wide choice of Orion 2-Electrode Conductivity Cell for laboratory and field applications.
  • Application: Field and Lab
  • Cell Material: Epoxy/Platinum, platinized
  • Measurement Range: 1 uS/cm to 20 mS/cm
  • Cable Length: 1.5m
  • Cable Connection: MiniDIN
  • Approximate Cell Constant: 1.0 cm-1
  • Cell Dimension: 12 mm dia x 100 mm L
  • Min/Max Immersion: 20/90 mm
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