Dissolved Oxygen Electrode with High Efficiency (DOG-208F)
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- Model NO.: DOG-208F
- Component: Mechanical Structure Type
- Output Signal Type: 4-20mA
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Wiring Type: Four-Wire
- IP Rating: IP65
- Customized: Customized
- Temperature Compensation Resistor: 2.252k 22k Ptl00 Ptl000
- Usage: Liquid Level Sensor
- Trademark: BOQU
- Origin: Shanghai
- Type: Resistance Strain Gauge Pressure Sensors
- For: Thermal Power Plants, Chemical Fertilizer, Metallu
- Production Process: Integration
- Thread Type: NPT
- Measuring Medium: Water
- Certification: CE
- Measuring Range: 0-100ug/L 0-20mg/L
- Output: Switching Sensor
- Theory: Polarography
- Specification: SGS, CE, ISO9001
- HS Code: 9027809900
1.Applicable Polarography Principle for DOG-208F Dissolved Oxygen Electrode
2.With platinum (Pt) as cathode and Ag / AgCl as anode
3.The electrolyte is 0.1 M potassium chloride (KCI).
4.The silicone rubber permeable membrane imported from U.S.
serves as the permeable membrane.
5.It has silicone rubber and steel gauze.
6.It is featured by collision resistance, corrosion resistance, hightemperature resistance,shape retention and other performance
1.Measuring range: 0-100ug/L 0-20mg/L
2.Electrode shell material: 316L stainless steel
3.Temperature compensation resistor: NTC: 2.252K 22K Ptl00 Ptl000 and so on.
4.Sensor life: >3 years
5.Cable length: 5m (double shielded)
6.Detection lower Limit: 0.1ug/I(ppb)(20ºC)
7.Measurement upper limit: 20mg/l(ppm)
8.Response time: ≤3min(90%, 20ºC)
9.Polarization time: >8h
10.Minimum flow rate: 5cm/s; 515 L/h
12.Measurement error: <±1 ppb
13.Output current: 50-80nA Note: Maximum current 20-25 uA
14.Polarization voltage: 0.7V
15.Zero Oxygen: <5ppb(60min)
16.Calibration intervals: >60 days
17.Measured water temperature:0~60ºC
Scope of application
Applied to thermal power plants, power plant desalted water,.
boiler feed water etc places of trace oxygen content.