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Brand: Oakton
JMG No: 1068342
Part No: 35811-71
UNSPSC: 41115604
Type: Instrument
Availability: Within 14 days

Replace electrodes when they break, no longer hold calibration, cannot be rehydrated, or are not compatible with your sample.

Material Epoxy
Use with Oakton pH meters accepting 2.5 mm audio plug for temperature
Description All-in-one pH/ATC Probe, Sealed/SJ/Epoxy, 3-ft Sub-mini/BNC; 12 mm Dia
Length (mm) 115
Diameter (mm) 12
Can this be used for yogurt samples? If not which electrode is suitable?
Answer
This can be used to measure yogurt samples but this is not the best option as you may see issues with unstable readings or clogging of the electrode junction as this option is a single junction electrode. I would recommend at least using a double junction electrode that is refillable or a flushable junction electrode option such as catalog number 35805-09 or 05718-57.Answered on 1/23/2014 by Jose from Technical Support
I know that it depends on usage, but can you provide a rough estimate as to how long these electrodes last / how often they should be replaced? Also, how can one tell when the electrode is reaching the end of its useful life? Thanks.
Answer
It also depends on whether the probes is appropriate for the application to begin with, and if it is being stored well. Typical electrode life (when appropriate) is 18 months with common use. This probe should at least last 6 months (with use 24/7) and comes with a 6 month warranty. Please call if you are not seeing at least 6 months out of a commonly used probe.Answered on 8/5/2011 by Jen from Technical Support
Is this compatible with the Oakton pH Tutor?
Answer
Yes, the ATC and BNC connection of this probe would be compatible with those used on the Oakton pH Tutor, part number 35619-30.Answered on 2/5/2013 by Jen from Technical Support
Is this electrode compatible with a pH meter Mettler Toledo S20?
Answer
This electrode will have a 2.5-mm mini-audio plug combined with a 30K thermistor for automatic temperature compensation input to our Oakton pH meters. This will be compatible with the following Oakton meters: handheld pH/Ion 5, 5+, 6, 6+, 11, 110 and benchtop 510, 700, 1100, 2100, and 2700. This will not be the same connection that is used on the Mettler Toledo S20 meter as this will use a RCA connection. Options that re compatible are 27508-00 and 27508-04.Answered on 2/20/2014 by Jose from Technical Support
Is this probe a good choice for checking ph of salt water solutions that are collected from a salt fog cabinet per specification ASTM B117?
Answer
A double-junction probe is more suitable for salt water. 35811-72 is the double-junction version.Answered on 4/1/2013 by Dan from Technical Support
Is this probe compatible with a pH 700 bench meter??
Answer
Yes, this probe would be compatible with the Oakton pH 700 meter. If you have further questions please contact us at techinfo@coleparmer.com.Answered on 8/8/2013 by Mike S from Technical Support
Is this probe compatible with Oakton pH 6 Acorn Series
Answer
This probe is not compatible with the Acorn series. 35801-77 is recommended.Answered on 3/18/2014 by Dan from Technical Support
Is this probe for for use with high sodium.
Answer
No, the glass used on this probe is subject to high ionic interference sodium ions could cause. We do not have a probe, with the built in ATC for the Oakton meters, that would be ok under such conditions. I suggest the 05991-32 probe and separate temperature compensation probe, part number 35613-05, for such samples.Answered on 4/6/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
is this probe resistant to Isopropyl alcohol in strong concentrations and sodium hydroxide and phosphoric acid in weak concentrations.
Answer
This probe is meant for water based solutions only, though the components are compatible. I suggest the 35811-72 double junction probe for such a solution instead, as the junction of this probe will handle low ionic solutions better.Answered on 4/6/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
What do you mean by single junction and double junction, a port for the probe and port for tempature probe.
Answer
The reference to single and double junction refers to the internal components. Single junction probes are intended for use with simple water based liquids, where as double junction probes can be used with more complex solutions without being clogged.Answered on 8/7/2013 by Jen from Technical Support
OVERVIEW
SPECIFICATIONS
DOWNLOADS
Q&A
Brand: Oakton
JMG No: 1068342
Part No: 35811-71
UNSPSC: 41115604
Type: Instrument
Availability: Within 14 days

Replace electrodes when they break, no longer hold calibration, cannot be rehydrated, or are not compatible with your sample.

Material Epoxy
Use with Oakton pH meters accepting 2.5 mm audio plug for temperature
Description All-in-one pH/ATC Probe, Sealed/SJ/Epoxy, 3-ft Sub-mini/BNC; 12 mm Dia
Length (mm) 115
Diameter (mm) 12
Can this be used for yogurt samples? If not which electrode is suitable?
Answer
This can be used to measure yogurt samples but this is not the best option as you may see issues with unstable readings or clogging of the electrode junction as this option is a single junction electrode. I would recommend at least using a double junction electrode that is refillable or a flushable junction electrode option such as catalog number 35805-09 or 05718-57.Answered on 1/23/2014 by Jose from Technical Support
I know that it depends on usage, but can you provide a rough estimate as to how long these electrodes last / how often they should be replaced? Also, how can one tell when the electrode is reaching the end of its useful life? Thanks.
Answer
It also depends on whether the probes is appropriate for the application to begin with, and if it is being stored well. Typical electrode life (when appropriate) is 18 months with common use. This probe should at least last 6 months (with use 24/7) and comes with a 6 month warranty. Please call if you are not seeing at least 6 months out of a commonly used probe.Answered on 8/5/2011 by Jen from Technical Support
Is this compatible with the Oakton pH Tutor?
Answer
Yes, the ATC and BNC connection of this probe would be compatible with those used on the Oakton pH Tutor, part number 35619-30.Answered on 2/5/2013 by Jen from Technical Support
Is this electrode compatible with a pH meter Mettler Toledo S20?
Answer
This electrode will have a 2.5-mm mini-audio plug combined with a 30K thermistor for automatic temperature compensation input to our Oakton pH meters. This will be compatible with the following Oakton meters: handheld pH/Ion 5, 5+, 6, 6+, 11, 110 and benchtop 510, 700, 1100, 2100, and 2700. This will not be the same connection that is used on the Mettler Toledo S20 meter as this will use a RCA connection. Options that re compatible are 27508-00 and 27508-04.Answered on 2/20/2014 by Jose from Technical Support
Is this probe a good choice for checking ph of salt water solutions that are collected from a salt fog cabinet per specification ASTM B117?
Answer
A double-junction probe is more suitable for salt water. 35811-72 is the double-junction version.Answered on 4/1/2013 by Dan from Technical Support
Is this probe compatible with a pH 700 bench meter??
Answer
Yes, this probe would be compatible with the Oakton pH 700 meter. If you have further questions please contact us at techinfo@coleparmer.com.Answered on 8/8/2013 by Mike S from Technical Support
Is this probe compatible with Oakton pH 6 Acorn Series
Answer
This probe is not compatible with the Acorn series. 35801-77 is recommended.Answered on 3/18/2014 by Dan from Technical Support
Is this probe for for use with high sodium.
Answer
No, the glass used on this probe is subject to high ionic interference sodium ions could cause. We do not have a probe, with the built in ATC for the Oakton meters, that would be ok under such conditions. I suggest the 05991-32 probe and separate temperature compensation probe, part number 35613-05, for such samples.Answered on 4/6/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
is this probe resistant to Isopropyl alcohol in strong concentrations and sodium hydroxide and phosphoric acid in weak concentrations.
Answer
This probe is meant for water based solutions only, though the components are compatible. I suggest the 35811-72 double junction probe for such a solution instead, as the junction of this probe will handle low ionic solutions better.Answered on 4/6/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
What do you mean by single junction and double junction, a port for the probe and port for tempature probe.
Answer
The reference to single and double junction refers to the internal components. Single junction probes are intended for use with simple water based liquids, where as double junction probes can be used with more complex solutions without being clogged.Answered on 8/7/2013 by Jen from Technical Support
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Oakton All-in-One pH/ATC Electrode, Epoxy, Sealed, Single-Junction, 12 mm OD; 3 ft Sub-Mini/BNC

OVERVIEW
SPECIFICATIONS
DOWNLOADS
Q&A
Brand: Oakton
JMG No: 1068342
Part No: 35811-71
UNSPSC: 41115604
Type: Instrument
Availability: Within 14 days

Replace electrodes when they break, no longer hold calibration, cannot be rehydrated, or are not compatible with your sample.

Material Epoxy
Use with Oakton pH meters accepting 2.5 mm audio plug for temperature
Description All-in-one pH/ATC Probe, Sealed/SJ/Epoxy, 3-ft Sub-mini/BNC; 12 mm Dia
Length (mm) 115
Diameter (mm) 12
Can this be used for yogurt samples? If not which electrode is suitable?
Answer
This can be used to measure yogurt samples but this is not the best option as you may see issues with unstable readings or clogging of the electrode junction as this option is a single junction electrode. I would recommend at least using a double junction electrode that is refillable or a flushable junction electrode option such as catalog number 35805-09 or 05718-57.Answered on 1/23/2014 by Jose from Technical Support
I know that it depends on usage, but can you provide a rough estimate as to how long these electrodes last / how often they should be replaced? Also, how can one tell when the electrode is reaching the end of its useful life? Thanks.
Answer
It also depends on whether the probes is appropriate for the application to begin with, and if it is being stored well. Typical electrode life (when appropriate) is 18 months with common use. This probe should at least last 6 months (with use 24/7) and comes with a 6 month warranty. Please call if you are not seeing at least 6 months out of a commonly used probe.Answered on 8/5/2011 by Jen from Technical Support
Is this compatible with the Oakton pH Tutor?
Answer
Yes, the ATC and BNC connection of this probe would be compatible with those used on the Oakton pH Tutor, part number 35619-30.Answered on 2/5/2013 by Jen from Technical Support
Is this electrode compatible with a pH meter Mettler Toledo S20?
Answer
This electrode will have a 2.5-mm mini-audio plug combined with a 30K thermistor for automatic temperature compensation input to our Oakton pH meters. This will be compatible with the following Oakton meters: handheld pH/Ion 5, 5+, 6, 6+, 11, 110 and benchtop 510, 700, 1100, 2100, and 2700. This will not be the same connection that is used on the Mettler Toledo S20 meter as this will use a RCA connection. Options that re compatible are 27508-00 and 27508-04.Answered on 2/20/2014 by Jose from Technical Support
Is this probe a good choice for checking ph of salt water solutions that are collected from a salt fog cabinet per specification ASTM B117?
Answer
A double-junction probe is more suitable for salt water. 35811-72 is the double-junction version.Answered on 4/1/2013 by Dan from Technical Support
Is this probe compatible with a pH 700 bench meter??
Answer
Yes, this probe would be compatible with the Oakton pH 700 meter. If you have further questions please contact us at techinfo@coleparmer.com.Answered on 8/8/2013 by Mike S from Technical Support
Is this probe compatible with Oakton pH 6 Acorn Series
Answer
This probe is not compatible with the Acorn series. 35801-77 is recommended.Answered on 3/18/2014 by Dan from Technical Support
Is this probe for for use with high sodium.
Answer
No, the glass used on this probe is subject to high ionic interference sodium ions could cause. We do not have a probe, with the built in ATC for the Oakton meters, that would be ok under such conditions. I suggest the 05991-32 probe and separate temperature compensation probe, part number 35613-05, for such samples.Answered on 4/6/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
is this probe resistant to Isopropyl alcohol in strong concentrations and sodium hydroxide and phosphoric acid in weak concentrations.
Answer
This probe is meant for water based solutions only, though the components are compatible. I suggest the 35811-72 double junction probe for such a solution instead, as the junction of this probe will handle low ionic solutions better.Answered on 4/6/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
What do you mean by single junction and double junction, a port for the probe and port for tempature probe.
Answer
The reference to single and double junction refers to the internal components. Single junction probes are intended for use with simple water based liquids, where as double junction probes can be used with more complex solutions without being clogged.Answered on 8/7/2013 by Jen from Technical Support
OVERVIEW
SPECIFICATIONS
DOWNLOADS
Q&A
Brand: Oakton
JMG No: 1068342
Part No: 35811-71
UNSPSC: 41115604
Type: Instrument
Availability: Within 14 days

Replace electrodes when they break, no longer hold calibration, cannot be rehydrated, or are not compatible with your sample.

Material Epoxy
Use with Oakton pH meters accepting 2.5 mm audio plug for temperature
Description All-in-one pH/ATC Probe, Sealed/SJ/Epoxy, 3-ft Sub-mini/BNC; 12 mm Dia
Length (mm) 115
Diameter (mm) 12
Can this be used for yogurt samples? If not which electrode is suitable?
Answer
This can be used to measure yogurt samples but this is not the best option as you may see issues with unstable readings or clogging of the electrode junction as this option is a single junction electrode. I would recommend at least using a double junction electrode that is refillable or a flushable junction electrode option such as catalog number 35805-09 or 05718-57.Answered on 1/23/2014 by Jose from Technical Support
I know that it depends on usage, but can you provide a rough estimate as to how long these electrodes last / how often they should be replaced? Also, how can one tell when the electrode is reaching the end of its useful life? Thanks.
Answer
It also depends on whether the probes is appropriate for the application to begin with, and if it is being stored well. Typical electrode life (when appropriate) is 18 months with common use. This probe should at least last 6 months (with use 24/7) and comes with a 6 month warranty. Please call if you are not seeing at least 6 months out of a commonly used probe.Answered on 8/5/2011 by Jen from Technical Support
Is this compatible with the Oakton pH Tutor?
Answer
Yes, the ATC and BNC connection of this probe would be compatible with those used on the Oakton pH Tutor, part number 35619-30.Answered on 2/5/2013 by Jen from Technical Support
Is this electrode compatible with a pH meter Mettler Toledo S20?
Answer
This electrode will have a 2.5-mm mini-audio plug combined with a 30K thermistor for automatic temperature compensation input to our Oakton pH meters. This will be compatible with the following Oakton meters: handheld pH/Ion 5, 5+, 6, 6+, 11, 110 and benchtop 510, 700, 1100, 2100, and 2700. This will not be the same connection that is used on the Mettler Toledo S20 meter as this will use a RCA connection. Options that re compatible are 27508-00 and 27508-04.Answered on 2/20/2014 by Jose from Technical Support
Is this probe a good choice for checking ph of salt water solutions that are collected from a salt fog cabinet per specification ASTM B117?
Answer
A double-junction probe is more suitable for salt water. 35811-72 is the double-junction version.Answered on 4/1/2013 by Dan from Technical Support
Is this probe compatible with a pH 700 bench meter??
Answer
Yes, this probe would be compatible with the Oakton pH 700 meter. If you have further questions please contact us at techinfo@coleparmer.com.Answered on 8/8/2013 by Mike S from Technical Support
Is this probe compatible with Oakton pH 6 Acorn Series
Answer
This probe is not compatible with the Acorn series. 35801-77 is recommended.Answered on 3/18/2014 by Dan from Technical Support
Is this probe for for use with high sodium.
Answer
No, the glass used on this probe is subject to high ionic interference sodium ions could cause. We do not have a probe, with the built in ATC for the Oakton meters, that would be ok under such conditions. I suggest the 05991-32 probe and separate temperature compensation probe, part number 35613-05, for such samples.Answered on 4/6/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
is this probe resistant to Isopropyl alcohol in strong concentrations and sodium hydroxide and phosphoric acid in weak concentrations.
Answer
This probe is meant for water based solutions only, though the components are compatible. I suggest the 35811-72 double junction probe for such a solution instead, as the junction of this probe will handle low ionic solutions better.Answered on 4/6/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
What do you mean by single junction and double junction, a port for the probe and port for tempature probe.
Answer
The reference to single and double junction refers to the internal components. Single junction probes are intended for use with simple water based liquids, where as double junction probes can be used with more complex solutions without being clogged.Answered on 8/7/2013 by Jen from Technical Support
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