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Hach sensION+ PH1 Basic Portable pH Meter

Hach sensION+ PH1 Basic Portable pH Meter


The Hach sensION+ PH1 basic portable pH meter is an all-in-one system that provides multiple water quality readings in a wide range of applications.


  • Temperature readjustment
  • Guided navigation menu allows for simple set up
  • Ergonomically shaped and can easily be operated single-handed
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The Hach sensION+ PH1 basic portable pH meter is an all-in-one system that provides multiple water quality readings for a wide range of applications. Each pH1 meter measures pH, ORP, and temperature. A temperature readjustment setting is also included. Hach sensION comes with everything you need to start testing. Other features include a visual measurement time indicator.
Notable Specifications:
  • Parameters: pH, mV, ORP/Redox, Temperature
  • pH Input Accuracy: ≤0.02
  • mV accuracy: 1 mV
  • mV resolution: 0.1 mV (0 to 200 mV) 1 mV (for rest of range)
  • ORP accuracy: 1 mV mV
  • ORP range: -1999 to 1999 mV N/A
  • ORP resolution: 0.1 mV
  • Temperature accuracy: 0.2 C ( 1 digit)
  • Temperature compensation: With temperature probe Pt 1000 or by keypad
  • Temperature measurement: -20 to 150 C
  • Temperature resolution: 0.1 C
  • Interface languages: Icon based, no language needed
  • Manual languages: more than 20 languages
  • Automatic buffer recognition: pH 2.01, 4.01, 7.00, 9.21, 10.00
  • Calibration Data Storage: Slope and assymetry potential displayed
  • Display: Backlit LCD with pictograms
  • Display type: 128 x 64 pixel, simultaneous readings
  • Operating interface: Keypad
  • Inputs: MP-5
  • Operating Temperature: 0 to 50 C
  • Operating Humidity:< 80 % relative humidity (non-condensing)
  • IP Rating: IP67
  • Compliance: CE.WEEE
  • Dimensions: 38 mm x 73 mm x 186 mm
  • Dimensions (English Units): 7.3 in x 2.9 in x 1.5 in
  • Weight: 300 g
  • Warranty: 1 year
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What is the difference between the sensION+ pH1 and the MM110?
The sensION+ pH1 has an MP-5 input and can be used with the sensION+ 5055, 5050T, 5051T and 5052T electrodes. The MM110 uses a MP-8 connection and can only be used with the sensION+ 5045 multiparameter electrode. In addition, the pH1 will display 3 rows of data ( pH or ORP, temperature and time of measurement) at one time while the MM110 displays 4 rows (pH, ORP, temperature and measurement time).

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