In-Line & Submersion (with a Housing)
Glass Body Sensors with PG13.5 Threads
The SP Series ProcessProbe™ electrodes are available for pH and ORP measurements. The SP Series electrodes are 12 mm x 120 mm with a threaded PG13.5 cap. These dimensions make them compatible with many pre-existing housings found in industrial and waste treatment applications. Like all ProcessProbes™, these electrodes are designed to work with Broadley-James transmitters and most other brands of existing instruments and cables.
The Double Junction Reference system used in all Broadley-James’ ProcessProbes™ reliably prevents process contaminants from fouling the reference. Since the reference is sealed, there is no electrolyte maintenance required.
Two glass formulations are available; HT-3 for general purpose pH measurements, or TX4 fluoride resistant glass for applications where hydrofluoric acid (HF) up to 1% concentration may be present. The TX4 glass formulation provides a useful lfe many times longer than standard pH glass sensors in the presence of acidic fluorides. Ideal for semi-conductor, glass etching,electroplating and waste water applications containg HF.
pH Bulb: HT-3 Formula, Low Sodium Ion Error or TX4 HF resistant glass
Reference: Silver/Silver Chloride (Ag/AgCl)
Reference Junction: Precision made junction of specially formulated low porosity ceramic
Electrolyte: 3.8 Molar Potassium Chloride (KCl) Gel
Isopotential Point: pH 7
Output Signal per pH Unit @ 25ºC: Approximately 59 millivolts
Assymetry Potential: 0mV ±20mV
Temperature Range SP200 Series:Operation: -5 to 110ºC
Stability: Drift of less than 0.002 pH over 24 hours at constant temperature & pressure
Response Time at 98% of readout in: 25ºC less than15 seconds
Response Time at 98% of readout in: 37°C less than 10 seconds
Max Pressure SP200 Series: 10 bar (atm), 150 psig
Connector: Standard Pg13.5 threaded cap with -S8 cable attachment. O-ring sealed
Wetted Materials SP200 Series: Glass, Ceramic
Under laboratory Conditions: For High Pressure and/or High Temperature applications, request literature on Broadley-James’ DynaProbe® sensor line.