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PH Combo Electrode Refillable Glass
- Item # 3VZJ9
- Mfr. Model # HI1131B
- UNSPSC # 41115603
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 0.25 lbs.
- ItempH Electrode
- TypeRefillable, Combination
- Testing ParameterpH
- Measurement Range0 to 13 pH
- pH Range0 to 13 pH
- Tip ShapeSpheric (dia: 12 mm)
- Operating Temp. Range23 to 212F (-5 to 100C)
- Body MaterialGlass
- Diameter12 mm
- Length120 mm
- Cable Length1 m (3.3')
- Temp. SensorNo
- Max. Pressure0.1 bar
- For Use WithAny Meter with BNC Input
- Shelf Life6 Months
- ReferenceSingle, Ag/AgCl
- JunctionCeramic, single
- ElectrolyteKCl 3.5M + AgCL
- Recommended UseLaboratory general purpose, Beer
- Special FeaturesN/A
- Manufacturers Warranty Length6 Months
- Sub-CategoryElectrodes: pH
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