YSI TruLine Lead Electrode

The YSI TruLine Lead Electrode features BNC connection and can be used with the YSI TruLab 1320. It can also be used with the YSI MultiLab 4010-2 or 4010-3 if a BNC adapter is installed.

Features

  • Solid state ISE
  • Double junction reference
  • 0.02-20,700 mg/L range
List Price $968.36
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Overview
The YSI TruLine Lead Electrode features BNC connection and can be used with the YSI TruLab 1320. It can also be used with the YSI MultiLab 4010-2 or 4010-3 if a BNC adapter is installed.

TruLine Series
The TruLine series of laboratory ISEs consists of 15 electrodes that have an integrated reference, eliminating the need to have a separate reference half-cell. Each TruLine ISE has a refillable double-junction reference, resulting in a long electrode life and exceptional measurement reliability. TruLine ISEs can be connected to any ISE instrument featuring BNC connection, including the YSI 1320. Reference/electrode fill solution, ionic strength adjustor, and a small bottle of standard are included with each ISE.

Benefits

  • Wide selection of 15 electrodes for 16 different parameters
  • 4 sensor technologies - gas sensing, polymer/PVC membrane, solid state, and glass sensor
  • Combination (i.e. full-cell), refillable electrodes with double-junction reference
  • BNC connection, 1m cable
  • Made in the U.S.A
  • Reference/electrode fill solution, ionic strength adjustor, and a small bottle of standard included with each ISE
  • 12-month warranty for solid state, glass sensor, and gas-sensing ISEs
  • 9-month warranty for ISEs with polymer/PVC membrane
  • (1) Electrode with 1m cable
  • (1) Small bottle of reference/electrode fill solution
  • (1) Small bottle of ionic strength adjuster
  • (1) Small bottle of standard solution
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