Electrodes range Range suitable for all your needs Reliable Practical pH electrodes Redox electrodes Reference electrodes Conductivity cells Dissolved oxygen sensors Temperature sensors Cables and accessories General-purpose pH electrodes MICRO pH electrodes These standard pH combination electrodes, which are particularly rugged and reliable, are designed for all test, manufacturing and teaching laboratories. They are ideal for routine measurements in wide-mouthed recipients (beakers, Erlenmeyer flasks, etc.) and offer excellent response times. Used mainly in industrial, pharmaceutical and medical research, these MICRO pH electrodes are designed for small recipients or devices with small sample sizes (haemolysis tubes, NMR tubes, electrophoresis plates, column outlets, etc.). Combination electrodes Electrode BRV1A BRV1H XRV1A XRV1H 0-14 0-12 pH range Shape of glass electrode Electrode body XRVST1H 0-12 Spherical Glass PVC PVC Reference system Reference electrolyte References LRV22H LRV6H BRV4A BRV4H BRV5A BRV5H 0-14 0-12 0-12 Pointed Reinforced pointed Reinforced pointed for perforation Reinforced pointed Glass PVC Glass Polypropylene KCl 1 mol/L Ceramic Yes Pt100 No 0 to 80°C Fabric 0 to 60°C Micro Glass Glass Polymer KCl 1 mol/L None Ceramic No 0 to 80°C 6.5 (tip) x 120 12 x 120 Ceramic No 0 to 60°C 0 to 80°C 20 x 95 12 (tip) x 130 6.5 (tip) x 120 5.5 (tip) x 120 XRV22H-BNC LRV22H-BNC LRV6H-BNC BRV4A-BNC BRV4H-BNC BRV5A-BNC BRV5H-BNC XRV22H-S7 – – BRV4A-S7 BRV4A-S7-130 BRV4H-S7 BRV5A-S7 BRV5H-S7 BRV22A-DIN BRV22H-DIN XRV22H-DIN LRV22H-DIN LRV6H-DIN BRV4A-DIN BRV4H-DIN BRV5A-DIN BRV5H-DIN BRV22A-TV BRV22H-TV XRV22H-TV LRV22H-TV LRV6H-TV BRV4A-TV BRV4H-TV BRV5A-TV BRV5H-TV Min. volume 0.5 mL in haemolysis tube Mini volume Cable length 2 XRV22H Ag/AgCl Junction Temperature sensor Operating temperature Ø and length under cap (mm) BRV22A BRV22H 0-14 0-12 12 x 120 0,70 m BNC connection BRV1A-BNC BRV1H-BNC XRV1A-BNC XRV1H-BNC S7 connection (screw-on) BRV1A-S7 BRV1H-S7 XRV1A-S7 XRV1H-S7 DIN connection BRV1A-DIN BRV1H-DIN XRV1A-DIN XRV1H-DIN TV connection BRV1A-TV BRV1H-TV XRV1A-TV XRV1H-TV Recommended applications General use BRV22A-BNC BRV22H-BNC XRVST1H BNC (pH measurement) 5-pin plug (temperature) General use Protected electrode BRV22A-S7 BRV22H-S7 Penetration in foodstuffs Fruit, cream, meat, cheese, dough Blade system Reinforced tip with reinforced for cheese tip for meat Separate electrodes pH combination electrodes Electrode BRV45H pH range Shape of glass electrode BRV15H 0-12 Spherical Electrode body Surface BV41A BV41H BR42 XR41 0-14 PVC KCl 1 mol/L Acetic acid XR42 – Glass Ag/AgCl Ceramic BR41 Spherical PVC and Plexiglas Acetic acid Reference electrodes 0-12 Glass PVC – Ag/AgCl Calomel Ag/AgCl Calomel – KCl 1 mol/L KCl 3 mol/L KCl 1 mol/L KCl 3 mol/L – Ceramic No 0 to 80°C 12 x 120 12 x 95 0 to 60°C 0 to 80°C 0 to 60°C 12 x 120 25 x 95 12 x 110 12 x 120 DRV2A-DIN DRV2H-DIN DRV2A-TV DRV2H-TV BV41A-BNC BV41H-BNC BV41A-S7 BV41H-S7 BV41A-DIN BV41H-DIN BV41A-TV BV41H-TV Cable length References XV41H 0-14 0-12 – Glass Junction Temperature sensor Operating temperature Ø and length under cap (mm) DRV2A DRV2H 2-11 Reference system Reference electrolyte BRSb1 Measuring electrodes 0 to 80°C 0 to 60°C 12 x 115 12 x 115 8 (tip) x 110 XV41H-BNC – – – – XV41H-S7 BR41-S7 BR42-S7 XR41-S7 XR42-S7 XV41H-DIN – – – – XV41H-TV – – – – 0,70 m BNC connection BRV45H-BNC BRV15H-BNC BRSB1-BNC DRV2A-BNC DRV2H-BNC S7 connection (screw-on) BRV45H-S7 BRV15H-S7 BRSB1-S7 – DIN connection BRV45H-DIN BRV15H-DIN BRSB1-DIN TV connection BRV45H-TV BRV15H-TV BRSB1-TV – – – – – – BR41-BA2 BR42-BA2 XR41-BA2 XR42-BA2 – – – – – – BR41-BA4 BR42-BA4 XR41-BA4 XR42-BA4 2 mm banana connection 4 mm banana connection Recommended applications Removable drainage bridge Measurement for clogging Non-aqueous By contact in presence products environment on surface of F– ions (paint, emulsion, cream) General use For use with a reference electrode such as the BR41, BR42, XR41 or XR42 General use For use with a measuring electrode such as the BV41A, BV41H or XV41H 3 Measurement of redox potential Redox potential is a measurement in millivolts (mV) used to qualify an aqueous solution as oxidizing or reducing. This measurement can be performed using a pH-meter measuring mV and a metallic electrode designed for redox potential measurements. A redox potential sensor comprises a reference electrode composed of silver wire and a measuring electrode composed of a platinum or gold element. The value of the potential measured, E, depends on the ion concentration and the pressure of the gases present, as well as the pH when the H+ ions are involved in a couple. Redox combination electrodes Electrode BRPT1 XRPT1 Simple Redox electrodes Measuring electrodes BPT1 XPT1 XPT2 Range Electrode body Glass PVC Glass PVC PVC BR42 XR41 XR42 Glass Glass PVC PVC Platinum rod – Reference system Ag/AgCl – Ag/AgCl Calomel Ag/AgCl Calomel Reference electrolyte KCl 1 mol/L – KCl 1 mol/L KCl 3 mol/L KCl 1 mol/L KCl 3 mol/L Junction Ceramic – Ceramic Temperature sensor No Operating temperature 0 to 80°C 0 to 60°C 0 to 80°C Ø and length under cap (mm) 12 x 115 12 x 120 12 x 115 0 to 60°C 12 x 120 Cable length References BR41 +/- 2,000 mV Metal 4 Reference electrodes 0 to 80°C 12 x 120 0 to 60°C 12 x 115 12 x 115 8 (tip) x 110 0.70 m BNC connection BRPT1-BNC XRPT1-BNC BPT1-BNC XPT1-BNC XPT2-BNC – – – – S7 connection (screw-in) BRPT1-S7 XRPT1-S7 BPT1-S7 XPT1-S7 XPT2-S7 BR41-S7 BR42-S7 XR41-S7 XR42-S7 DIN connection BRPT1-DIN XRPT1-DIN BPT1-DIN – – – – – – TV connection BRPT1-TV XRPT1-TV BPT1-TV XPT1-TV XPT2-TV – – – – 2 mm banana connection – – – – – BR41-BA2 BR42-BA2 XR41-BA2 XR42-BA2 4 mm banana connection – – – XPT1-BA4 XPT2-BA4 BR41-BA4 BR42-BA4 XR41-BA4 XR42-BA4 Recommended applications General use General use Protected electrode General use For use with a reference electrode such as the BR41, BR42, XR41 or XR42 General use For use with a reference electrode such as the BPT1, XPT1 or XPT2 Electrodes for argentometry Combination electrode Electrode Measuring electrodes BRAG1 BAG1 XAG1 Range Glass Metal PVC XR43 BR44 Glass PVC Glass Silver rod Mercurous sulphate – – Reference electrolyte Saturated K2SO4 – Junction Ceramic – Mercurous sulphate Saturated K2SO4 Mercurous sulphate Ag/AgCl Saturated K2SO4 KCl 1 mol/L KNO3 1 mol/L Ceramic Temperature sensor No Operating temperature 0 to 80°C 0 to 60°C 0 to 80°C 0 to 60°C 0 to 80°C Ø and length under cap (mm) 12 x 125 12 x 120 12 x 115 8 (tip) x 110 12 x 120 Cable length References BR43 +/- 2,000 mV Electrode body Reference system Reference electrodes 0,70 m BNC connection BRAG1-BNC BAG1-BNC XAG1-BNC – – – S7 connection (screw-in) BRAG1-S7 BAG1-S7 XAG1-S7 BR43-S7 XR43-S7 BR44-S7 DIN connection BRAG1-DIN BAG1-DIN XAG1-DIN – – – TV connection BRAG1-TV BAG1-TV XAG1-TV – – – 2 mm banana connection – – – BR43-BA2 XR43-BA2 BR44-BA2 4 mm banana connection – – – BR43-BA4 XR43-BA4 BR44-BA4 Recommended applications For argentometry measurements For argentometry measurements, to be combined with reference electrode Reference electrodes for argentometry Double junction for clogging agents 5 Conductivity cells & temperature sensors Electrical conductivity is the capability of a solution, metal or gas to allow an electric current to flow through it. In a solution, it is the anions (- charge) and cations (+ charge) which transport the current, whereas in a metal, it is the electrons. Conductivity is measured by applying an alternating current to a measuring cell. This cell is composed of a glass body supporting two to four platinized platinum plates (also called poles) immersed in a solution. Like pH, conductivity measurements depend significantly on the temperature. When the temperature of a sample rises, its viscosity diminishes, leading to increased mobility of the ions present, thus increasing the conductivity. To measure conductivity correctly, you need to use a separate temperature sensor or a conductivity cell with a built-in temperature sensor. Conductivity cell with temperature sensor Electrode XCPST4 Range Electrode body Conductivity cells BCP4 References XCP4 0.1 µs to 200 mS PVC Glass PVC BT1 BT5 -50°C to +200°C 0°C to +90°C Glass Polypropylene Type of cell 2 platinum poles – Cell constant (cm–1) 1 – Temperature sensor Yes Pt100 Operating temperature 0 to 60°C 0 to 80°C 0 to 60°C -50°C to +200°C 0 to 90°C Ø and length under cap (mm) 12 x 115 11 x 100 12 x 115 8 x 125 6 (tip) x 116 No Cable length Pt100 0.70 m 5-pole connection XCPST4 – – – – BNC connection – BCP4-BNC XCP4-BNC – – S7 connection (screw-in) – BCP4-S7 XCP4-S7 – – 2 mm banana connection – – – – – 4 mm banana connection – – – – – Other types of connection – – XCP4-JEN BT1-JACK BT5- JACK Other types of connection – – XCP4-RAD BT1-DIN BT5-DIN Recommended applications 6 Temperature sensors General use Dissolved oxygen measurement These rugged PVC dissolved oxygen probes are based on the principle of the Clark probe and can be used in a temperature range from 0° to 60°C. The oxygen-permeable membrane is mounted on a washer (BO23 and BOT2). The assembly, maintained by the removable protective end-piece, is very easy to change. A temperature sensor is associated with the dissolved oxygen probe (BOT2 and BOT4) to enable automatic temperature correction. Dissolved oxygen probes Electrode BO23 BOT2 Range 0 to 0.20mg/L Accuracy 0.02mg/L at 20°C Electrode body PVC Type of sensor Clark probe Temperature sensor Ø and length under cap (mm) 15 to 30°C 23 (tip) x 105 Cable length 5-pole DIN reference Recommended applications Yes Thermistor No Operating temperature BOT4 25 (tip) x 135 12 x 120 0,70 m BO23 BOT2 BOT4 General use 7 Extensive choice of connection technologies BNC type Ref-BNC 2 mm banana type Ref-BA2 S7 screw-in type Ref-S7 4 mm banana type Ref-BA4 DIN type Ref-DIN Jack type Ref-JACK TV type Ref-TV 5-pole DIN type Please contact us for other connection technologies and mechanical accessories Buffer solutions MANUMESURE, a CHAUVIN ARNOUX Group company, proposes a References to order COFRAC-cert. pH 4.005 buffers (x10) P01700101 COFRAC-cert. pH 6.865 buffers (x10) P01700102 COFRAC-cert. pH 9.180 buffers (x10) P01700103 Set of 3x5 COFRAC-cert. pH 4, 7 and 9 buffers P01700104 For standard use, concentrated pH buffer solutions are proposed with 3 values: pH 4, pH 7 and pH 9. 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