Ohaus Ohaus AQUASEARCHER Bench Meter Benchtop pH Meter for Basic Laboratory Applications like pH and ORP
New from Ohaus! The Aquasearcher pH meter is super simple to use and easy to read.
i-Steward Indicators include the pH electrode condition, “Electrode Dirty/Broken,” and reminder when meter needs recalibration. On-screen text prompts, menu-specific function keys and a multilanguage interface shown on a 6.5” large display.
Three capacitive touch keys that change based upon use ensures the buttons are never clogged with sample residue. Most of the operation can be done within 3 steps
Auto temperature compensation, adjustable TDS factor and two kinds of cell conductivity probe compatibility are all features well suited for universal laboratory applications
AB33 allows for efficient data documentation. Standard RS232 and USB interface allows connection to external devices for expanded storage
Continuous shows changing readings, perform up to a 3-point pH calibration using automatic buffer recognition of 3 predefined buffer groups, selectable cell constant allows for use with 2- or 4-cell conductivity cells to measure from ultrapure water to sewage.
The factor that relates conductivity to total dissolved solids is based on the type of sample being measured. To have correct temperature compensation when measuring conductivity, the linear compensation coefficient adjusts by automatic temperature compensation.
Selectable reference temperatures of 20 or 25 ºC for temperature compensated conductivity readings.
This unit includes one probe/electrode. See specs for details
Featuring a modern design that puts the user experience first and foremost, the OHAUS Aquasearcher line of benchtop meters are among our most intuitive and efficient instruments for all sample analysis needs. The large LCD displays and instructional menu buttons allow for quick, smooth access to data, and ensure precise measurements time after time. Complex calibrations can be made as simply as using a smartphone, which provides immeasurable peace of mind. Learn more: https://www.ohaus.com/aquasearcher #ohaus #sample #analysis #lab
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