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pH Electrode with Temperature Sensor HI-1611D

£125.00 ex. VAT


HI-1611D is a pH electrode with a temperature sensor, this sensor comes with a 7 pin DIN connector and a 1 meter cable.


ReferenceSingle, Ag/AgCl
JunctionCeramic, single
Connector7-pin DIN
Max Pressure2 bar
Range0 to 14 pH; 0 to 100°C (32 to 212°F)
Tip ShapeSpheric (dia: 9.5 mm)
Temperature SensorYes
Body MaterialGlass
Cable5-pole; 1 m (3.3′)
Recommended UseContinuous Monitoring

Tips for the most accurate measurements

Keep electrode hydrated

Ideally, pH electrodes should be kept in a storage solution when not in use. Placing the electrode in a small glass filled with storage solution is suitable. An option for pocket meters is to place a small piece of sponge into the meter’s cap and pour storage solution (HI-70300) into the cap to wet the sponge. Alternatively, purchase HI-740200 specialised electrode caps for storage. Pouring off any excess solution beforehand, the cap can then be placed on the meter.

Clean electrodes before use

Clean the junction of your electrodes once a day or at least once a week to prevent junction clogging and to maintain accuracy. Immerse the electrode in the proper cleaning solution for at least 15 to 20 minutes. Hanna offers a wide range of cleaning solutions for general purpose and specific applications.

Replace electrode once a year

If your electrode takes too long to stabilise a reading, or readings fluctuate wildly, it is most likely time to replace the electrode. The typical life span of any pH electrode is from 6 months to 1.5 years.

Additional information

Weight1 kg