Sodium ion selective electrode (ISE)

NT Sensors manufactures and puts at your disposal high quality, reliable, fast and affordable ISE Sodium ion selective electrodes based on the latest nanotechnology innovative research.

In addition, the sodium sensor is ideal for a variety of applications in:

In conclusion, sodium electrodes are necessary to control the salt present in soils for agriculture or in food and drinks as a quality control of those products.

SPECIFICATIONS

Range (concentration): 2.3 to 23.000 mg/L  /  1×10-4 to 1 (mol/L)
Reproducibility (precision): ±10% of full scale (calibrated 10 to 1000 mg/L)
Interfering ions: K, LI+, CA2+
pH range: 1 to 9 (no pH compensation)
Temperature range: 4 – 40°C (no temperature compensation)
Electrode slope: 54 ±5 mV
Electrode resistance: 1–4 MΩ
Immersion minimum: 2 mm
Body diameter: see different sensors

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Sodium single ion
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Mini ION Sodium

ISE Sodium

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Single Probe

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BNC or USB

ISE Sodium meter + pH

The imacimus kit analysis system allows the direct measurement of the exact concentration of ammonium, thus giving rise to rapid analysis and greater reliability.

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kit sodium ion meter
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Sodium single ion

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Single ION pH

pH single ion

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Sodium meter

pH Sodium meter

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USB cable

USB Cable

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NT Sensors software

software imacimus

Single Ion: Sodium electrode

The most classic look-like ion selective electrode, with innovative replaceable tip and probe holder for several tip sensors. Discover this electrode, one body, multiple sensor tips.

sodium ion-selective electrode probe

REF: S023

Diameter: 12 mm

Conector type:
– BNC (standard)
– USB (imacimus meter)

Minimum sample volume: 5 ml
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ISE sodium

Where is Sodium ise measurement required so far?

The electrode is designed for the detection of sodium ions (Na+ ) in aqueous solutions and is suitable for use in both field and laboratory applications.

In addition, the sodium ion selective electrode is ideal for a variety of applications in:

Soil analysis (evaluation of the concentration of nutrients in the soil).
Plant sap analysis (to evaluate the efficiency of fertilisation and crop nutrition).
– Measurement in nutrient solutions, substrate or substrate solutions in greenhouses, water samples, plant tissue and leaf samples (sap).
Food analysis (fish, meat, vegetables…).
– Various uses in laboratories and universities. 
– To measure the amount of sodium in the blood.
– Analysis of athlete’s sweat.

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