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Model: O2-ADPT    Cat.No.: O2-ADPT
Manufacturer: Microelectrodes, Inc.

This adapter allows an Microelectrodes' Oxygen microelectrode to be directly connected to a voltage reading device (i.e. Strip Chart, A/D Board, DVM) without the need of an Oxygen Meter. See Specifications.


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Model: MV-ADPT    Cat.No.: MV-ADPT
Manufacturer: Microelectrodes, Inc.

MV-ADPT Millivolt Adapter.
Enables to connected directly to a voltage reading device (i.e. Strip Chart, A/D Board, DVM) without the need of a pH/Ion Meter, a Microelectrodes' pH or ISE or CO2 Electrode. See Specifications.


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Model: DO2E-200    Cat.No.: DO2E-200
Manufacturer: iWORX

Combination Current-to-voltage adapter, includes Clark style 02 electrode, for use with iWORX data acquisition.
The DO2E-200 includes one Clark style student oxygen electrode and a current-to-voltage adapter. The current-to-voltage adapter has its polarization voltage factory-set to 800 mV, the voltage required for Clark style O2 electrodes. The adapter takes its power from an iWorx amplifier such as an ETH series signal conditioner or an iWorx computer interface with a transducer input.


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Model: DO2-200    Cat.No.: DO2-200
Manufacturer: iWORX

Current-to-voltage adapter for use with Clark Style 02 Probes.
The D02-200 is a current to voltage adapter designed to work with a Clark-style oxygen electrode. This adapter delivers a polarizing voltage of -0.8V to the electrode to create a current, or flow of electrons, between the silver and platinum elements in the electrode. The flow of electrons between these elements increases and decreases as the concentration of oxygen in the polarograph chamber increases and decreases, respectively. The adapter then converts the changes in current to changes in voltage that can be recorded by a data acquisition unit.

 
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