New 2 cell conductivity sensor designed for low conductivity and ultra-pure water applications
Oct 19 2020 Read 543 Times
HORIBA Instruments has recently launched the new 300-2C-C 2-cell conductivity sensor cartridge and flow cell. This combination is ideal for low conductivity measurements including ultra-pure water applications.
The stainless steel 300-2C-C 2-cell conductivity sensor cartridge has a nominal cell constant of 0.1 cm-1 and can measure conductivity from 0.01 to 500 µS/cm or resistivity up to 20 MΩ-cm. It also has built-in temperature sensor that enables the meter to detect sample temperature and display temperature compensated readings. The cartridge must be attached to a conductivity sensor head, either 300-C-2 (with 2m cable) or 300-C-5 (with 5m cable), compatible with versatile LAQUA WQ-300 series smart handheld meters.
The detachable glass flow cell is intended for continuous flow applications. The inlet is to be connected to a water source using a flexible tube to prevent exposure of water to atmospheric carbon dioxide that can affect the reading. It is designed for use with 300-2C-C 2-cell conductivity sensor cartridge in determining the conductivity or resistivity of flowing water.
The 300-2C-C 2-cell conductivity sensor and flow cell are available in individual packaging as well as in 2-cell conductivity sensor kits. Each sensor kit comes with 2-cell conductivity sensor (either 300-C-2 or 300-C-5 sensor head with 300-2C-C sensor cartridge), 4 bottles of 60-ml conductivity standards, and flow cell (optional).
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