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Ionix IX-DO10 Dissolved Oxygen Tester Hand Held

Ionix Hand Held Dissolved Oxygen tester with Advanced fluorescence based optical sensor
Part Number: IX-DO10
$1,695.00 ex GST
[$1,864.50 inc GST]
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DISSOLVED OXYGEN (OPTICAL SENSOR)

Advanced fluorescence based optical sensor:

  • Simple to use. No warm-up required or frequent calibrations.

  • No oxygen consumption, not flow dependent, fast response.

  • Maintenance free. No electrode membranes or electrolyte required.

  • Sensor cap lifetime > 8000 hours.

  • Oxygen cap head is coated with anti-glare film, strong anti-interference ability, not affected by light and chemical substances.

  • Equipped with electrode calibration cap, which allows easy storage and calibration in water-saturated air.

  • IP67 water-proof.

  • Comes in a handy rugged carry case with electrode and all accessories. 

  • 3 year warranty for meter, 2 years for probe, and 1 year for sensor cap.

Specifications:

Measuring Range 0-200%; 0-20.0mg/L
Resolution 1%, 0.1mg/L (ppm)
Accuracy ±0.1 mg/L (0~8mg/L); ±0.2 mg/L (8~20mg/L)
 
Calibration Point Zero and saturation oxygen
Temp. Compensation Auto.
Air-pressure Compensation Auto.
Salinity Compensation Manual
Measuring Range 0 ~ 50.0℃
Resolution 0.1 ℃
Accuracy ±0.5℃
Reading Stability Display Yes
Auto. Hold Yes
Display Screen LCD with backlit
IP Rating IP67
Power Supply AA Batteries × 3  
Battery life > 200 hours

The main reasons why an Optical DO sensor is a better choice for measuring dissolved oxygen

  • Stability, sensitivity, speed of response, accuracy in low DO conditions and minimal maintenance requirements.
  • Oxygen is not consumed as part of an electrochemical reaction and optical sensors do not require sample flow or stirring for accurate readings.
  • Results demonstrated excellent correlation between the optical sensor and the Winkler titration method.
  • Optical sensors respond faster than membrane-based sensors to changing temperature and DO
  • Readings are stable and drift is minimal over long-term deployments.
  • Durable sensing element offers a longer operational life than an oxygen-permeable membrane.
  • Maintenance and calibration requirements are drastically reduced, minimizing site visits and operational costs.
  • Material costs are reduced. Clark-cell sensors require frequent replacement of membranes and filling solution. The optical sensor Cap is replaced annually. 

DISSOLVED OXYGEN (OPTICAL SENSOR)

Advanced fluorescence based optical sensor:

  • Simple to use. No warm-up required or frequent calibrations.

  • No oxygen consumption, not flow dependent, fast response.

  • Maintenance free. No electrode membranes or electrolyte required.

  • Sensor cap lifetime > 8000 hours.

  • Oxygen cap head is coated with anti-glare film, strong anti-interference ability, not affected by light and chemical substances.

  • Equipped with electrode calibration cap, which allows easy storage and calibration in water-saturated air.

  • IP67 water-proof.

  • Comes in a handy rugged carry case with electrode and all accessories. 

  • 3 year warranty for meter, 2 years for probe, and 1 year for sensor cap.

Specifications:

Measuring Range 0-200%; 0-20.0mg/L
Resolution 1%, 0.1mg/L (ppm)
Accuracy ±0.1 mg/L (0~8mg/L); ±0.2 mg/L (8~20mg/L)
 
Calibration Point Zero and saturation oxygen
Temp. Compensation Auto.
Air-pressure Compensation Auto.
Salinity Compensation Manual
Measuring Range 0 ~ 50.0℃
Resolution 0.1 ℃
Accuracy ±0.5℃
Reading Stability Display Yes
Auto. Hold Yes
Display Screen LCD with backlit
IP Rating IP67
Power Supply AA Batteries × 3  
Battery life > 200 hours

The main reasons why an Optical DO sensor is a better choice for measuring dissolved oxygen

  • Stability, sensitivity, speed of response, accuracy in low DO conditions and minimal maintenance requirements.
  • Oxygen is not consumed as part of an electrochemical reaction and optical sensors do not require sample flow or stirring for accurate readings.
  • Results demonstrated excellent correlation between the optical sensor and the Winkler titration method.
  • Optical sensors respond faster than membrane-based sensors to changing temperature and DO
  • Readings are stable and drift is minimal over long-term deployments.
  • Durable sensing element offers a longer operational life than an oxygen-permeable membrane.
  • Maintenance and calibration requirements are drastically reduced, minimizing site visits and operational costs.
  • Material costs are reduced. Clark-cell sensors require frequent replacement of membranes and filling solution. The optical sensor Cap is replaced annually. 
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