IS200 series – Ion Selective Electrodes

$412.00

IS200 series - Ion Selective Electrodes

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Product Information

Sensorex offers a combination Ion Selective Electrodes (ISE's) for Fluoride (F-), Chloride (Cl-), Ammonium (NH4+), Postassium (K+) and Nitrate (NO3-) measurement. These convenient combination electrodes use just one electrode to measure ppm of ions. All Sensorex ISE's are housed in rugged plastic bodies and offer a choice of fixed cable or detachable cable design. Use these electrodes with your ISE meter, pH meter in mV mode or with any mV input device. Sensorex ISE's require little to no cleaning and are virtually maintenance free (no reference or ISE refill solution required).

Sensorex offers combination Ion Selective Electrodes (ISE’s) for Fluoride (F-), Chloride (Cl-), Ammonium (NH4+), Postassium (K+) and Nitrate (NO3-) measurement.

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Specifications

  • Dimensions: 6.50″ (165 mm) H x 0..476″(12 mm) OD
    Wetted Materials: ISE pellet (F-, Cl-)
    ISE membrane (NH4+, NO3-, K+)
    Body: Epoxy
    Junction: Silicone/Pellon

    Temperature Range: 0-60°C (F-, Cl- only), 0-40°C (NH4+, NO3-, K+)

     

    Isopotential Point:

    • NH4+ = 0 +/-20mV (1ppm)
    • K+ = 0 +/-20mV F- = 240 +=/-20mV
    • NO3- = 200 +/-20mV
    • Cl- = 225 +/-20mV (10ppm)

    Slope: 56 +/-4mV

     

    pH Range:

    • Cl- : 2 -10 pH
    • NH4+: 4 -10 pH
    • NO3 – : 3-11 pH
    • K+: 3-11 pH
    • F- : 5-7 pH

     

    Concentration Range:

    • Cl- : 5×10-5 to 1M
    • NH4+: 1 x 10-6 to 1M
    • NO3 – : 7 x 10-6 to 1M
    • K+: 1 x 10-6 to 1M
    • F- : 1 x 10-5 to 1M
    • Response Time: 90% in1 minute

     

    Interferring ions:

    • NH4+ = K+. Li+, Na+, Cs+
    • K+ = Cs+, NH4+, H+, Li+, Na+, Ag+ F- = OH-, H+ complexes
    • NO3- = Cl-, NO2-, Br-, CN-, ClO3-, I-, ClO4-
    • CL- = S-2, I-, Br-, CN-, OH-

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Additional information

Weight 0.25 lbs
Dimensions 8.25 × 2.25 × 2.25 in
Parameter

Fluoride (F-), Chloride (Cl-), Ammonium (NH4+), Postassium (K+), Nitrate (NO3-)

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