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PH sensor 8362 scORPfor the pharmaceutical industrylaboratory

pH sensor
pH sensor
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Characteristics

Evaluation type
pH, ORP
Applications
for the pharmaceutical industry, laboratory

Description

pH and ORP sensor for high purity, low conductivity applications, ideal for the power, pharmaceutical, and electronics industries Simple to Integrate. Simple to Operate. An integral part of a complete water analytics system designed for the Power industry. A broad range of product options made to work together as flexible solutions meets your unique needs. The comprehensive approach saves you time on design, installation, training, maintenance, and operation. Streamline sample panel design with this compact sensor that saves valuable space. Accuracy ensured by self-pressurising electrodes and platinum RTD temperature sensor. Self-pressurising electrodes are ready to operate and require virtually no maintenance. Reduce drift common in less sophisticated probes. Compact design reduces footprint in areas where space is extremely valuable. Specifications Cable length:7.7 m, supplied Contents:316 stainless steel back panel with pH or ORP sensor, flowmeter, and junction box Temperature probe: Pt100 Dimensions (H x W x D):305 mm x 384 mm x 166 mm Flow rate:100 to 300 mL/min Measuring range pH:2 - 12 pH at 0 - 80°C Operatin conditions:4 bar maximum at 25 °C Operating humidity:0 - 100 % (non-condensing) Operating temperature range:0 - 60 °C Parameter:pH pH Accuracy:± 0.01 pH ± 0.05 pH at 25 °C above 1 µS/cm (constant flow) Region:Global Repeatability:0.01 pH at 25 °C (constant flow) Temperature accuracy:0.1 °C between 0 - 80 °C Temperature range:0 - 80 °C Temperature sensor:Pt100 Weight:3.6 kg
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