Single-Use pH Sensor - InSUS 307
Electrochemical Single-Use pH Sensor
The InSUS 307 single-use pH sensor is designed for integration into single-use bags. This single-use pH sensor covers a pH range from 3-10 and eliminates the need to use two or more optical pH spots.
Reliable Measurement Performance
This single-use pH sensor uses high quality pH sensing technology provided by METTLER TOLEDO's glass pH/reference electrode design.
One Sensor for Many Applications
With it's wide range, this single-use pH sensor can be deployed in many cell culturing and fermentation applications using stirred single-use bags.
Simplifies Bag Handling
The dry storage capability of the InSUS 307 simplifies bag handling, making the technology of this single-use pH sensor easy to use and easy to integrate.
|Measurement range||pH 3-10|
|Sensing Elements||Glass pH and Reference Electrodes, Lead-Free|
|Integrated Temperature Probe||Pt1000|
|Zero point||7.20 ±0.25 pH|
|Shaft materials||High density polyethylene, USP 88 class VI|
|O-ring material||EPDM, USP 88 class VI|
|Process connection||Eldon James 1' port disc, with retainer|
|Gamma ray sterilizable||25…45 kGy|
|Operating Temperature||5…60°C (41…140°F)|
|Storage temperature||5…25°C (41…77°F)|
|Mechanical pressure resistance||"2 barg / 40 °C (29 psig / 104 °F), 1 barg / 60 °C (15 psig / 140 °F)"|
|Approvals||USP 88 class VI for all wetted polymer parts, factory calibration|
Features and Benefits
Ensure Process Safety
All wetted polymer materials used on the InSUS 307 single-use pH sensor are made of USP class VI certified materials to ensure the highest process safety.
The InSUS 307 single-use pH sensor uses a standard 1" Eldon James port disk. This unified design allows for safe and easy installation on a broad range of applications, including cell culturing, fermentation, media/buffer preparation and virus inactivation.
Reliable Output Signals
The output signal on the InSUS 307 single-use pH sensor is identical to the output for METTLER TOLEDO resuable pH sensors. This allows for seamless integration into existing transmitters and biocontroller process environments.