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YSI 3100 Benchtop Conductivity Meter

YSI 3100 Benchtop Conductivity Meter

Description

The YSI 3100 instrument features conductivity, salinity, and temperature for the laboratory.

Features

  • Provides high-accuracy measurements for basic conductivity needs
  • Easy to read back-lit digital display
  • Uses forced-current measurement technology
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YSI's 3000 Series benchtop conductivity instruments feature conductivity cells with built-in temperature sensors, assuring the most accurate measurements.

The YSI 3100 instrument uses forced-current measurement technology to measure conductivity, salinity, and temperature for the laboratory. The unit features a direct-reading digital display, adjustable temperature coefficient, reference temperature, and automatic temperature compensation for highly accurate and dependable readings.
What's Included:
  • (1) Lab conductivity meter
  • (1) Power supply
  • (1) Operations manual
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Questions & Answers

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Can I measure temperature, conductivity, salinity and specific conductance at the same time?
When using a 3200 series cell, temperature will always displayed on the 3100 benchtop meter. The user can switch back and forth between conductivity, specific conductance and salinity measurements with the push of a button. When using a 3400 series cell, temperature, specific conductance and salinity measurements will not be available.
Why is my instrument not showing conductivity in uS/cm?
When reading conductivity, the instrument measures in uS/cm or mS/cm even though the “/cm” is not displayed. The display will read uS for uS/cm and mS for mS/cm. When measuring specific conductance, the display will read uS (uS/cm) or mS (mS/cm) with a flashing “C” to signify temperature compensation.
How do I ensure that I am getting accurate readings?
The single most important requirement for accurate results in conductivity measurements is a clean cell. A dirty cell can contaminate a solution and alter its conductivity.
How should I store my conductivity cells?
Short term storage should include storing the conductivity cell in deionized or distilled water. For long term storage, the cell should be rinsed in distilled or deionized water and stored dry.

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