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Jenway - Dissolved Oxygen (DO2) Probes

by Bibby Scientific Limited     based in Stone, UNITED KINGDOM

Jenway have an extensive range of dissolved oxygen probes suitable for portable or bench dissolved oxygen meters. The probes for the dissolved oxygen meters have all been updated in order to unify the range.

NOVATECH - Model 1230 Series - Oxygen Probes Analyzers

by Monitoring Solutions     based in Indianapolis, INDIANA (USA)

The 1231 and 1232 O2 probes are highly accurate, very durable, and have negligible drift. Choose the 1231 for analyzing process gases with temperatures below 900C and the 1232 for process gases with temperatures ranging from 700C to 1400C.

Model OP-2 - Oxygen Probe

by PP Systems     based in Amesbury, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

For use with our range of CO2 infrared gas analyzers. For over 25 years, PP Systems has been manufacturing high quality strumentation and environmental sensors for researchers worldwide.

HACH LDO - Model 2 - Process Dissolved Oxygen Probe

by Hach Ultra Analytics     based in Loveland, COLORADO (USA)

Hach’s next generation LDO® (Luminescent Dissolved Oxygen) Probe requires no calibration for the entire 2 year life of the sensor cap, which means it is ready to start measuring your DO (Dissolved Oxygen) right out of the box. With an added cutting-edge 3D calibration procedure that is conducted prior to shipping, the probe will not ...

Model DO4000 - Dissolved Oxygen Probe

by Severn Trent Services, Inc     based in Fort Washington, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

The Series DO4000 sensor, in conjunction with the MicroChem®2[S4] Series 4000 transmitter is a simple and reliable Dissolved Oxygen measuring system. The immersion probes are designed for direct insertion into tanks, open channels and basins. A flow-through cell version allows measurements in continuous non-pressurized sampling systems.

Novatech - Model 1234 Series - Oxygen Sensors

by Monitoring Solutions     based in Indianapolis, INDIANA (USA)

The 1234 O2 Sensors are ideal for: Flue Gas Analysis. Inert atmosphere measurements. Modified atmosphere packaging. Inert and sterile packaging. General industrial use. Scientific tasks.

Novatech - Model 1732 Series - Oxygen Transmitter Analyzer

by Monitoring Solutions     based in Indianapolis, INDIANA (USA)

The 1732 O2 Analyzer is a smart investment that soon pays for itself through fuel savings and reduced pollution: Without accurate oxygen monitoring, there is a likelihood of excess energy being used to heat air simply disappearing through the stack. If too little air is used in the combustion process, dangerous fuel-rich flue gases are generated. ...

OxyGuard - Model 420 - Dissolved Oxygen Probe with Built-in Transmitter

by Point Four Systems Inc     based in Coquitlam, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

The OxyGuard Model 420 Oxygen Probe combines the proven performance of the OxyGuard Stationary probe with modern electronic technology. Built into the probe is a two-wire 4-20 mA loop-powered transmitter. The probe produces a galvanically isolated 4 to 20 mA output proportional to the oxygen concentration of the medium in which it is placed. This ...

Model 20 - Dissolved Oxygen Probe (M-20)

by Insite Instrumentation Group, Inc     based in Slidell, LOUISIANA (USA)

The M-20 Sensor is our standard fluorescence dissolved oxygen sensor configuration. This includes the 1-1/2' NPT male mounting thread, 1/4' quick connect tube fitting for the integrated jet clean, and 33ft (10m) of sensor communications cable. Additional cable length is available upon request.

CS511-L Dissolved Oxygen Probe

by Campbell Scientific, Inc.     based in Logan, UTAH (USA)

The CS511 is a rugged, low-maintenance sensor that is manufactured by Sensorex. It consists of a self-polarizing galvanic cell that generates a millivolt signal proportional to the amount of oxygen present in the measured medium (typically water). Oxygen diffuses through its membrane onto a cathode that produces a chemical reaction. An electrical ...

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