Thermo Orion Star A113 Benchtop DO Meter

The Thermo Orion Star A113 benchtop DO meter with electrode stand records DO in the lab with Orion mini-DIN DO sensors.

Features

  • AUTO-READ function alerts user and locks on-screen readings when stable
  • Non-volatile memory holds up to 50 data points
  • Calibration with either water-saturated air method or Winkler titration
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Thermo Orion Star A113 benchtop DO meters are simple to operate and provide reliable data. A large LCD displays DO concentration, DO percent saturation and temperature readings, while icons provide quick updates on battery life, electrode status and calibration information. Multiple calibration options, automatic temperature compensation, and manual salinity and barometric pressure compensation make the A113 user-friendly and accurate.

The Thermo Orion Star A113 benchtop DO meter offers ease-of-use with simple button layout and is value priced for general purpose conductivity measurements in the laboratory. Specifically designed for environmental, industrial, and educational applications, this Thermo Orion DO meter includes many beneficial features.

 

  • AUTO-READ function alerts user and locks on-screen readings when stable
  • Calibration with either water-saturated air method or Winkler titration
  • Accepts Orion polarographic DO probes
  • Non-volatile memory holds up to 50 data points
  • Electrode arm and newly-designed probe holder to place probes into samples
  • Universal power supply or battery power option
  • Table or wall-mounted
  • IP54-rated housing
  • 3 year meter warranty
  • Dissolved Oxygen Concentration (% Sat)
  • Range: 0 to 20 mg/L (0 to 200 %)
  • Resolution: 0.1, 0.01 (0.1,1)
  • Relative Accuracy: +/-0.2 (+/-2 %)
  • Manual Barometric Pressure Compensation: 450.0 to 850.0 mm Hg
  • Manual Salinity Factor Correction: 0 to 45 ppt
  • Calibration Features: Water-saturated air, manual (Winkler)
  • Sensor type: Polarographic
  • Temperature
  • Range: 0 to 50 C
  • Resolution: 0.1
  • Relative Accuracy: +/-0.1 C
  • Compensation: Auto or Manual
  • Offset Calibration: Yes
  • Datalogging
  • Number of Points: 50
  • Log Function: Manual, Automatic with AUTO-READ
  • Log Edit: Delete last reading or all
  • General
  • Display: Custom LCD
  • Inputs: 9-pin mini-DIN
  • Weight: 850g
  • Power Adapter: Universal AC, 100-240 VAC
  • Battery Power: 4 AAs, 2000 hrs life
  • Environmental Requirements: 5 to 45 C and 5 to 85% relative humidity, non-condensing
  • Regulatory and Safety: CE, TUV 3-1, FCC Class A
  • IP Rating: IP54, splashproof and dustproof
  • Warranty: 36 months (from date of purchase)
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