AccuRef 20 Silver/Silver Chloride (Splice-able)

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14625
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$91.35/EA
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AccuRef 20 Silver/Silver Chloride Permanent Reference Electrode

  • All hardware components included for onsite cable splicing (silicone sealant & PVC cement to be supplied by customer)
  • Any customer-supplied cable can be used having a maximum outside diameter of 0.4 inch (10 mm) and a maximum wire size of #8 AWG (10 mm2)
  • Moisture absorbent ceramic tip has a large electrical contact area of approximately 16.4 sq. inches (100 cm2)
  • Electrode has a 2.77 in diameter (6.9 cm) at its maximum, is 15 in long (37 cm) and weighs 3.9 lbs (1.77 kg)

Important Notes:

  1. These products must be installed according to the installation instructions provided.
  2. These products are not guaranteed to maintain their calibration in all soil environments and it is incumbent on the customer to test their soil for the presence of any potential chemical contaminants prior to installation of these products. The M. C. Miller Company has not tested these products with regard to the effects of specific (potential) chemical contaminants on their calibration.
  3. These products are not designed for submersion applications.

• As shipped wire length: 6" #12AWG THHN ( yellow )

• Active electrical contact surface area: approx. 16.4 inches²

• Half-cell materials: 99.99% Ag, 99.99% AgCl, and proprietary filling solution

• Max. diameter: 2.77 inches

• Overall length (not including sealed cable): 11 inches

• Weight (including sealed cable): 1.9 lbs

Important Notes:

1) These products must be installed according to the installation instructions provided
2) These products are not guaranteed to maintain their calibration in all soil environments and it is incumbent on the customer to test their soil for the presence of any potential chemical contaminants prior to installation of these products. The M. C. Miller Company has not tested these products with regard to the effects of specific (potential) chemical contaminants on their calibration.
3) These products are not designed for submersion applications.

“A Guide to Understanding Reference Electrode Readings”, (Materials Performance, September 2009 issue)