Understanding Broadley-James’ FermProbe Redox Electrode Range

The Redox sensors are designed for the measurement of the Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP) of an aqueous process medium or wastewater. The sensor is used in conjunction with a pH meter or other electroanalytical instrumentation that can be set to read millivolts.

The Redox probe is a combination sensor with a reference half-cell and Platinum band measurement half-cell built into one body.

The Broadley James FermProbe Redox electrode range fits all suitable FermProbe housings and with standard FermProbe cables. The range is also compatible with pH transmitters that have a millivolt display mode, such as the MXD70 Series.

F-915 Redox FermProbe with T-Pull CapF915 redox sensor

The F-915 Redox FermProbe features a T-Pull Cap. The T-Pull handle eases installation and removal of the electrode from the housing as the electrode can be easily removed from the housing without being rotated or twisting the cable. Redox sensors are most commonly used to maintain anaerobic conditions in a culture media.

F-935 Redox FermProbe with S8 Metric CapF935 Redox sensor

The F-935 Redox FermProbe features a standard S8 metric cap for use when the cable connector is black and has an S8 connector. Redox sensors are most commonly used to maintain anaerobic conditions in a culture media.

F-995 Redox FermProbe with K9 Metric CapF995 Redox sensor

The F-995 Redox FermProbe features a K9 metric cap for use when the cable connector is red or orange and has a K9 connector. Redox sensors are most commonly used to maintain anaerobic conditions in a culture media.


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