CL500

Extech CL500 Free and Total Chlorine Meter

Extech CL500 Free and Total Chlorine Meter

Description

The Extech CL500 comes complete with all of the accessories to conveniently take measurements of both Free and Total Chlorine.

Features

  • Provides accurate and repeatable readings
  • Splash-proof front panel
  • Battery operated for field and on-site testing
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The Extech CL500 Free and Total Chlorine Meter features an advanced optical system that uses narrow band LED lamps to provide accurate and repeatable readings. Requiring only a 10mL sample size, the meter independently performs a 2-point calibration. The measurement methods are US EPA approved for waste water and drinking water testing. The meter is conveniently battery operated for field and on-site testing. Additional features include data hold, min/max, and record/recall functions.

Notable Specifications:
  • Range (ppm): 0.01 to 3.50ppm
  • Resolution: 0.01ppm
  • Accuracy: ±0.02ppm @ 1ppm
  • Light Source: LED, 525nm
  • Method: Adaptation of USEPA Method 330.5 for waste water and Standard Method 4500-Cl-G for drinking water
  • Response Time: <10 seconds
  • Dimensions: 6.1 x 3.0 x 2.4" (155 x 76 x 62mm)
  • Weight: 11.3oz (320g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Meter
  • (1) 1.0ppm Free Chlorine standard solution
  • (1) 1.0 Total Chlorine standard solution
  • (1) Zero Chlorine standard solution
  • (2) Test bottles and covers
  • (10) Free Chlorine DPD powder pillows
  • (10) Total Chlorine DPD powder pillows
  • (1) Cleaning cloth
  • (6) AAA batteries
  • (1) Hard carrying case
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Extech CL500 Free and Total Chlorine Meter CL500 Free and total chlorine meter
$599.00
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