Extech ExStik II pH/Conductivity Meter

The Extech ExStik II pH/Conductivity Meter is designed for quick on-the-spot measurements using a rugged flat surface electrode.

Features

  • Memory stores up to 25 labeled readings
  • RENEW feature alerts user when electrode needs replacement
  • 9 units of measure: pH, μS/cm, mS/cm, ppm, ppt, mg/L, g/L, °C, °F
Starting At $178.99
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The Extech ExStick II pH/Conductivity Meter measures 5 parameters: conductivity, TDS, salinity, pH, and temperature using one electrode. 9 units of measure are available: pH, μS/cm, mS/cm, ppm, ppt, mg/L, g/L, °C, °F. The adjustable conductivity to TDS ratio is from 0.4 to 1.0. Salinity has a 0.5 fixed ratio. The memory stores up to 25 labeled readings, and the analog bargraph indicates sample trends. The RENEW function alers users when the electrode needs replacement. 

  • Conductivity range: 0 to 199μS/cm, 200 to 1999μS/cm, 2.00 to 19.99mS/cm
  • Conductivity maximum resolution: 0.1μS/cm
  • Conductivity basic accuracy: ±2%FS
  • TDS/salinity range: 0 to 99.9ppm (mg/L), 100-999ppm (mg/L), 1.00 to 9.99ppt
  • TDS/salinity maximum resolution: 0.01pH
  • TDS/salinity basic accuracy: ±2%FS
  • pH range: 0.00 to 14.00pH
  • pH maximum resolution: 0.01pH
  • pH basic accuracy: ±0.01pH
  • Temperature range: 23° to 194°F (-5 to 90°C)
  • Temperature maximum resolution: 0.1°F/°C
  • Temperature basic accuracy: ±1.8°F/1°C
  • Waterproof: IP57
  • Memory: 25 datasets
  • Dimensions: 1.4 x 7.3 x 1.6" (36 x 186 x 41mm)
  • Weight: 3.8oz (110g)
  • (1) ExStik meter
  • (1) Protective sensor cap
  • (1) Sample cup with cap
  • (4) 3V CR-2032 batteries
  • (1) 48" neckstrap
Questions & Answers
Does the EC500 display the % slope for pH?

The EC500 calculates the pH slope (%) internally for diagnostic purposes and does not display the value.

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