Ammonium Ion-Selective Electrode BNC

Ammonium Ion-Selective Electrode BNC

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Ammonium Ion-Selective Electrode BNC

$207.00

Connect the Ammonium Ion-Selective Electrode BNC to our electrode amplifiers to measure the potential (mV) and calculate the concentration of ammonium (NH4+) ions in aqueous samples.

ORDER CODE: NH4-BNC Category

The Vernier Ammonium Ion-Selective Electrode BNC Connector is a BNC terminated electrode used to measure the concentration of ammonium (NH4+) ions in aqueous samples. Use with Vernier interfaces requires the Electrode Amplifier. Also compatible with Go Direct® Electrode Amplifier and Go Direct® Ion-Selective Electrode Amplifier.

Specifications

  • Range (mV):
  • Range (concentration): 1 to 18,000 mg/L (or ppm)
  • Reproducibility (precision): ±30mV
  • Interfering ions: K+, Li+, Na+, Cs+, Mg3+, Ca2+, Sr2+, Ba2+
  • pH range: 2–7 (no pH compensation)
  • Temperature range: 0–40°C (no temperature compensation)
  • Electrode slope: +55 ±3 mV/decade at 25°C
  • Electrode resistance: 0.1 to 5 MΩ
  • Minimum sample size: must be submerged 2.8 cm (1.1 in)

Download the user manual for full specifications

Requirements

The Ammonium Ion-Selective Electrode BNC connects via BNC to one of our Electrode Amplifiers.

What's Included

  • Ammonium Ion-Selective Electrode with BNC terminated end, packed with a storage bottle
  • 30 mL bottle of High Standard solution with SDS (100 mg/L NH4+ as N)
  • 30 mL bottle of Low Standard solution with SDS (1 mg/L NH4+ as N)
  • Short-Term ISE Soaking Bottle

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Warranty

5-year limited warranty (1 year on module, none on consumables)

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