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"The Optrode is used as a photometric sensor for a variety of titration methods that use indicators. The sensor is totally enclosed in a glass shaft so it can be used with both aqueous and solvent systems. Easy to clean and doesn't need conditioned. It comes with 8 LED light sources for different wavelength ranges that can be changed instantly using a magnetic stirring bar. This sensor makes determining the exact colorimetric endpoint so much easier than trying to determine the color change by eye. This sensor can be used with any Metrohm titrator - not sure if it is applicable to other manufacturers' titrators."
Sensor for titration with photometric endpoint recognition.
- Eight wave lengths: 470, 502, 520, 574, 590, 610, 640 and 660 nm
- 100% solvent-resistant due to glass shaft
- Compact and space-saving
- Very easy to clean
- Easy to change the wave lengths
Both new and existing titration systems can be furnished with the optrode. The power supply is provided directly through the USB interface of a Metrohm instrument (Titrino plus, Ti-Touch, Titrando, USB sample changer). With older models without a USB interface, the power supply can also be provided by means of an optional USB power supply unit.
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