RD4-pH: 250-280-pH-Cond, Industrial

Industrial Capacity UV, pH and Conductivity Monitor and Controller for liquid chromatography

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The standard shipment includes the detector and everything you need to start working right away:

  • The Detector 90-240 VAC
  • Sigma-Aldrich® part #E6009 standard Ag/AgCl double junction pH combination electrode
  • Dummy pH electrode
  • Four Viton o-rings for pH electrode
  • pH electrode depth gauge
  • Thin Teflon cannula with a syringe to replace pH electrode inner KCl solution
  • US style power cord
  • Connector cable to the customer-specified fraction collector
  • Detector's manual
  • Certificate of origin: Made in USA

The following options can be substituted at no additional charge:

  • US style power cord for any common style power cord

At additional charge RD4-Industrial can be modified to:

  • measure solvent pressure
  • have up to two internal relays (250VAC 4A max) that switches on/of at user-set values of optical density, refractive index or conductivity
  • control up to 16 solenoid valves
  • control up to 2 low power stepper motors

The following extra accessories can be added at additional charge:

  • 4ft of 1/4” OD 1/8" ID tubing, material: Teflon - $16.00 each
  • 4ft of 1/4” OD 3/16" ID tubing, material: Teflon - $10.00 each
  • A set of Swagelok connectors, material: PFA - $30.00
  • A set of Swagelok connectors, material: Brass/Nylon - $20.00
  • Additonal fraction collector cord to be used with the fraction collector of Customer's choice - $40.00 each
  • Additional generic fraction collector cord - $35.00 each
  • Generic relay cord, 4ft, bare wire termination - $35.00 each

Export Information:

HS number 9027.20.6050, CN Code (for EU) 9027 30 00. Customs duty exemption in EU and many other countries. Free International shipping may be available, inquire.

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