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Thermo Orion RDO Optical Dissolved Oxygen Probes

Thermo Orion RDO Optical Dissolved Oxygen Probes

Description

Thermo Orion RDO (Rugged Dissolved Oxygen) luminescent probes are not affected by color or turbidity, making them great for measurements from effluent, aeration basins and even influent.

Features

  • No membranes to change - once-a-year cap replacement
  • IP68-rated RDO sensor
  • 3-year warranty on RDO sensor body; 1-year warranty on optical cap
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$823.00
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$740.70
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Details

The Thermo Orion Star RDO optical dissolved oxygen probes have a 9 pin miniDIN connector that ensures a waterproof and secure connection when used with the Orion Star Plus RDO optical dissolved oxygen meters.
Notable Specifications:
  • DO mg/L Concentration Range: 0.00 to 20.0 mg/L
  • DO mg/L Resolution: 0.01, 0.1 mg/L
  • DO mg/L Relative Accuracy: +/-0.1 mg/L up to 8 mg/L; +/-0.2 mg/L from 8 to 20 mg/L
  • DO % Saturation Range: 0.0 to 200%
  • DO % Resolution: 0.1, 1%
  • DO % Relative Accuracy: 2%
  • Barometric Pressure Correction: 450 to 850 mm Hg, automatic or manual
  • Calibration Features: Water saturated air, air saturated water, manual (Winkler) and zero point
  • Sensor Type: RDO optical
  • Temp Range: 0 to 50 C
  • Temp Resolution: 0.1 C
  • Temp Relative Accuracy: +/-0.3C
What's Included:
  • (1) Thermo Orion RDO optical DO sensor
  • (1) Stainless steel guard
  • (1) Calibration sleeve
  • (1) Optical cap
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Thermo Orion Replacement Optical DO Sensor Cap 087001 Orion replacement optical sensor cap
$99.00
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Thermo Orion 087002 Orion replacement stainless steel RDO optical sensor guard
$357.30
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Thermo Orion RDO Optical DO Sensor Calibration Sleeve 087003 Orion RDO optical DO sensor calibration sleeve
$138.60
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Questions & Answers

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How often should I change the RDO cap?
The RDO cap needs to be changed once a year. The RDO sensor has an internal clock that counts down the 365 day lifespan of the RDO cap. The countdown begins the day the cap is installed, sensor is connected to the meter, and the first measurement is taken. The meter will display an "Err 181" message when the cap needs to be replaced.
My sensor is reading a bad zero point calibration.
The sensor must be in an oxygen-free solution for at least 5 minutes.

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