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Solinst Model 107 TLC Meters

Solinst Model 107 TLC Meters

Description

The Solinst TLC Meter is ideal for profiling conductivity and temperature in wells and open water.

Features

  • Accuracy is to the greater of 100 uS or 5% of reading
  • LCD simultaneously displays temperature & conductivity
  • Built with rugged Solinst reel and accurate flat-tape marked every 1/100' or each mm
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The Solinst TLC Meter is ideal for profiling conductivity and temperature in wells and open water. It displays accurate measurements of conductivity and temperature on a convenient LCD display. Conductivity measurements are read from 0-80,000 uS/cm with readings giving accuracy of 5% of reading or 100 uS (whichever is greater). Water level and probe depth measurements are read off the Solinst durable PVDF flat tape, which is accurately laser marked every 1/100 ft or each millimeter. Tape lengths are now available up to 1000 ft (300m).

The high quality PVDF flat tape reels smoothly, remains flexible and hangs straight in the well, irrespective of temperature. The flat tape is mounted on a sturdy, well-balanced Solinst reel, with a convenient battery drawer for the 9 Volt alkaline battery. Permanent laser markings each 1/100 ft or millimeter allow accurate readings. Stranded stainless steel conductors and copper coated stainless steel conductors resist corrosion, provide strength and are non-stretch. They make the tape easy to repair and splice. The dog-bone design reduces adherence to wet surfaces.

The Solinst TLC Meter uses a ‘smart’ conductivity sensor with platinum electrodes to measure conductivity. The conductivity is displayed on the screen along with the associated temperature measurement. The ‘smart probe’ displays conductivity that has been standardized to 25 C, i.e. Specific Conductance (displayed as EC). The conductance temperature coefficient is 2.0% per C. Calibration is simple, using 1413 uS, 5000 uS, 12,880 uS, and/or 80,000 uS solutions for 1, 2, 3, or 4 point manual conductivity calibrations.

What's Included:
  • (1) Solinst TLC meter
  • (1) Nylon carrying bag
  • (1) Tape guide/datum
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Solinst Model 107 TLC Meters 110316 Model 107 TLC (temp/level/conductivity) meter with 3/4" probe & English increments, 100'
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Solinst Model 107 TLC Meters 110319 Model 107 TLC (temp/level/conductivity) meter with 3/4" probe & English increments, 500'
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Solinst Model 107 TLC Meters 110318 Model 107 TLC (temp/level/conductivity) meter with 3/4" probe & English increments, 750'
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Solinst Model 107 TLC Meters 110321 Model 107 TLC (temp/level/conductivity) meter with 3/4" probe & metric increments, 250m
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Solinst Model 107 TLC Meters 110317 Model 107 TLC (temp/level/conductivity) meter with 3/4" probe & English increments, 1000'
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Solinst Model 107 TLC Meters 110320 Model 107 TLC (temp/level/conductivity) meter with 3/4" probe & metric increments, 300m
$2524.15
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Fondriest Environmental 1,413 uS Conductivity Standards FNCS1413-P Conductivity standard, 1,413 uS, 500mL bottle
$13.04
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Fondriest Environmental 5,000 uS Conductivity Standards FNCS5000-P Conductivity standard, 5,000 uS, 500mL bottle
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Fondriest Environmental 12,880 uS Conductivity Standards FNCS9912-P Conductivity standard, 12,880 uS, 500mL bottle
$16.48
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Fondriest Environmental 80,000 uS Conductivity Standards FNCS9980-P Conductivity standard, 80,000 uS, 500mL bottle
$26.90
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How is temperature and conductivity displayed?
The Solinst Model 107 TLC Meter displays both temperature and temperature-corrected conductivity simultaneously. You may choose to have the temperature readings displayed on the LCD screen in ºC or ºF. The "smart" TLC probe automatically adjusts the measured conductivity values to display as specific conductance standardized to 25ºC.
What applications is the TLC Meter recommended for?
The 107 TLC Meter is ideal for profiling conductivity and temperature in wells and open water, salinity studies, saltwater intrusion investigations, water quality impairments test due to road salt , tracer tests, chemical contamination level indications, and early warning changes in water quality at landfills and industrial sites.
How is the meter calibrated?
The Solinst Model 107 TLC meter can be calibrated for conductivity with a choice of 4 standardized solutions: 1413 uS, 5000 uS, 12880 uS and 80000 uS. While the cleaned probe is in the desired solution, adjust the meter display until the desired concentration is displayed. Quickly press the ON button twice to calibrate at that concentration. A demonstration and more information about calibrating this probe can be viewed at: http://www.solinst.com/Prod/107/107ins/107insd3.html?sc_cid=107calvideo-aug2012-107-sidebar

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