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HI-76409/10 Galvanic Dissolved Oxygen Probe, 10m with Built-in Temperature Sensor

HI-76409/10 Galvanic Dissolved Oxygen Probe, 10m with Built-in Temperature Sensor

HI-76409/10 Galvanic Dissolved Oxygen Probe, 10m with Built-in Temperature Sensor

HI-76409/10 Galvanic Dissolved Oxygen Probe, 10m with Built-in Temperature Sensor

£371.10 (exc. VAT) £445.32 (inc. VAT)

Hanna Dissolved Oxygen probes are extremely rugged and perfect for laboratory and field applications.

HI-76409/10 Galvanic Dissolved Oxygen Probe, 10m with Built-in Temperature Sensor information

Hanna's extended description

The HI-76409/10 is for use with the HI-9147 and has a 10m cable.

The HI-76409 is a standard galvanic dissolved oxygen probe for use with the HI-9147 portable dissolved oxygen meter. Galvanic probes require no conditioning time and therefore allow the ability to measure instantaneously. With extreme portability and a straightforward design, this probe is ideal for both field and lab use.

The DO probe is provided with a membrane covering the galvanic sensors and a built-in thermistor for temperature measurement and compensation. The thin permeable membrane isolates the sensor elements from the testing solution but allows oxygen to enter. Oxygen that passes through the membrane causes a current flow from which the oxygen concentration is determined.

Specifications

Specifications list

Specifications

Shielded, waterproof cable Yes
Flex protect Yes
Strain relief for cable Yes
Temperature sensors Yes
Anode Zinc (Zn)
Ag+ cathode 3.5mm, pure silver
Protective cap Yes
Cable lengths 10m HI-76409/10, 4m order HI-76409/4
Spare membranes HI-76409A/P contains 5 ready-to-use replacements
DO solutions HI-7040L Zero oxygen solution set, 500ml +12g
HI-7042S Refilling electrolyte solution (30ml)

Product Literature

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