LPV2000.97.0002

Hach sensION+ PH3 Basic pH Benchtop Meter

Hach sensION+ PH3 Basic pH Benchtop Meter

Description

The Hach sensION + PH3 basic benchtop pH meter includes a basic pH meter for all of your testing needs, as well as a variety of sensION accessories for a quick start up.

Features

  • Measures pH, ORP, and temperature
  • Automatic recognition of 5 technical buffers
  • Includes workstation with built-in stirrer and probe holder
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The Hach sensION + PH3 basic benchtop ph meter includes a basic pH meter for all of your testing needs, as well as a variety of sensION accessories for a quick start up. The PH3 meter measures pH(-2 to 16), ORP (-2000 to 2000 MV), and temperature (-20 to 150C). Other features include two measuring modes, MV and pH calibration, and automatic recognition of 5 technical buffers. Each system includes a workstation with a built-in stirrer and a probe holder.
Notable Specifications:
  • Parameters: pH, mV, ORP/Redox, Temperature
  • pH Input Accuracy: 0.02
  • Internal data storage: No
  • Interface languages: 6
  • Inputs: BNC, ref, Pt1000
  • IP Rating: IP42
  • Compliance: CE.WEEE
  • Dimensions: 110 mm x 350 mm x 200 mm
  • Dimensions (English Units): 7.9 in x 13.8 in x 4.3 in
  • Warranty: 3 years
What's Included:
  • (1) Workstation with built-in stirrer and control
  • (1) Probe holder
  • (1) PH3 lab meter
  • (1) Buffer solution
  • (1) Storage solution
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Questions & Answers

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What is the difference between the pH3 and pH31 meters?
The Hach sensION+ pH3 basic pH meter is not GLP compliant and cannot transfer data to a printer or PC. The sensION+ pH31 GLP meter is compliant and is capable of data transfer.
What solutions does the sensION+ ph3 meter come with?
The pH3 Basic pH benchtop meter comes with a bottle of KCl electrolyte, and one bottle each of the buffer solutions: pH 4.01, 7.00 and 10.01.
How many data points can this meter store?
While the sensION+ pH3 will store the most recent calibration, it cannot store any measurement data.

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