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YSI pH1200 Benchtop pH Meter

YSI pH1200 Benchtop pH Meter

Description

The YSI pH1200 is an accurate and reliable laboratory instrument for the measurement of pH and mVs.

Features

  • Large, backlit LCD display with battery or AC power
  • Sensor efficiency check helps ensure data integrity
  • Automatic buffer recognition for 1-, 2- or 3-point calibration of US or NIST buffers
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The YSI pH1200 is an accurate and reliable laboratory instrument for the measurement of pH and mVs. An autolock feature will  hold the readings on the display once they reach stabilization. 

 

Simple 1-, 2- or 3-point calibration routine with automatic buffer recognition plus a sensor efficiency function to ensure the most accurate data. The instrument can be powered by batteries or through AC power.  The pH1200 also features an easy-to-use keypad with a large, easy-to-read backlit display ideal for the lab.

 

  • Laboratory grade pH/mV/temperature sensors
  • Large, backlit display and easy-to-use keypadATC temperature sensor or manual input
  • 1-, 2- or 3-point calibration with automatic buffer recognition of US or NIST buffers
  • Sensor efficiency check function helps ensure data integrity
  • Autolock mode holds stable readings on the display
  • Accepts U.S. (7.00, 4.01, 10.01) or National Institute of Standards and Technology (6.86, 4.00, 9.18) buffer sets
  • Single-junction lab grade with built-in temperature or doublejunction piercing tip or flat-glass electrodes available
  • Battery or AC wall power
  • 2-year instrument warranty
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  • (1) pH1200 Benchtop pH Meter
  • (1) US & International Power Supply
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