Thermo Orion Standard Dissolved Oxygen Probe

Thermo Orion standard dissolved oxygen probe, 9 pin MiniDIN connector, 3m cable

Features

  • Meter Compatibility: Star Series
  • Polarographic sensor for lab and field applications
  • Rugged epoxy body
List Price $592.00
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Thermo Orion Standard Dissolved Oxygen Probe081010MD Orion standard dissolved oxygen probe, 9 pin MiniDIN connector, 3m cable
$532.80
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Thermo Orion Standard Dissolved Oxygen Probe
081010MD
Orion standard dissolved oxygen probe, 9 pin MiniDIN connector, 3m cable
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$532.80
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Thermo Orion Probe Guards 081045 Orion plastic protective probe guard
$128.70
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Thermo Orion Polarographic DO Probe Electrolyte Solution 080514 Orion polarographic DO probe electrolyte solution, 60mL
$18.45
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Thermo Orion DO Probe Maintenance Kit 080113 Orion DO probe maintenance kit, includes electrolyte solution, polishing disk and 2 membrane caps for 080510MD, 081010MD, 081010
$111.60
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Orion plastic protective probe guard
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$128.70
Orion polarographic DO probe electrolyte solution, 60mL
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$18.45
Orion DO probe maintenance kit, includes electrolyte solution, polishing disk and 2 membrane caps for 080510MD, 081010MD, 081010
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$111.60
Thermo Orion standard dissolved oxygen probes feature automatic temperature compensation and convenient screw on membrane caps that reduce probe servicing time and eliminate assembly problems.
  • Cable Length: 3m
  • Application: Laboratory/Field
  • Response Time: 90% of final value in 10 sec; 95% of final value in 16 sec; 99% of final value in 60 sec
  • Minimum Sample Flow: 20 cm/sec
  • Sample Temperature: 0 to 50 C
  • Temperature Sensor: Single thermally separated
  • Drift:< 1% per day
  • Electrolyte Lifetime: 180 days
  • Storage Temperature: -5 to 50 C
  • Membrane Caps: 081003
  • Electrolyte Solution: 080514
  • Maintenance Kit: 080113
  • (1) Thermo Orion Standard Dissolved Oxygen probe
  • (1) 9 pin MiniDIN connector
  • (1) 3m cable
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