Extech ExStik 4-in-1 Water Quality Meter Kit

The Extech 4-in-1 Water Quality Meter Kit conducts surface measurements of chlorine, pH, and ORP using a flat surface electrode.

Features

  • Automatic temperature compensation
  • "CAL" indicator alerts user to recalibrate pH electrode
  • Simultaneous display of ppm or pH and °C/°F Temperature
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Extech ExStik 4-in-1 Water Quality Meter KitEX900 ExStik 4-in-1 chlorine/pH/temp kit includes chlorine meter, pH electrode, ORP electrode, reagent tablets, sample cups, stand, pH buffers, and carrying case
$285.99
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Extech ExStik Replacement Flat Surface Chlorine Electrode CL205 ExStik replacement flat surface chlorine electrode module
$120.99
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Extech ExTab Chlorine Reagent Tablets CL203 ExTab chlorine reagents, 10 pack, 100 tablets
$22.99
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Extech Chlorine Standard CL207 Chlorine standard, 1ppm, 3 ampules
$52.99
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Extech ExStik Replacement  Flat Surface ORP Electrode RE305 Replacement flat surface electrode for ExStik ORP meter
$65.99
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Extech ExStik Replacement Flat Surface pH Electrode PH105 ExStik replacement flat surface pH electrode module
$50.59
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Extech pH 4 Buffer Solution PH4-P pH 4 buffer solution, 2 pint bottles
$24.99
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Extech pH 7 Buffer Solution PH7-P pH 7 buffer solution, 2 pint bottles
$24.99
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Extech pH 10 Buffer Solution PH10-P pH 10 buffer solution, 2 pint bottles
$24.99
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Extech Weighted Base and Solution Cups Kit EX006 Weighted base & disposable solution cups with caps, 5 pack
$16.99
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Extech Spare Sample Solution Cups EX007 Spare sample solution cups, 24 pack
$15.99
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Extech ExStik Extension Cable with Probe Guard/Weight EX010 ExStik extension cable with probe guard/weight, 1m
$62.99
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Extech Small Vinyl Carrying Case with Belt Loop CA895 Small vinyl carrying case with belt loop, ExStik series meters
$10.99
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The Extech Water Quality Meter Kit measures chlorine, pH, ORP, and temperature with interchangeable flat surface electrodes. The electrodes work in liquids, semi-solids, and solids. The kit includes a CL200 chlorine meter, pH and ORP electrodes, reagent tablets, 4 plastic cups, weighted stand, pH buffer pouches, batteries, and carrying case.

 

The memory stores and recalls up to 15 readings and saves the last calibrated value. Chlorine and ORP have an automatic electronic self-calibration, and pH calibrates to 1, 2, or 3 point buffer calibration. The smart chip predicts pH electrode performance with the "RENEW" indicator when replacement is needed, and the "CAL" indicator alerts users to recalibrate the pH electrode. Direct reading ofr total chlorine from low detection limit is unaffected by sample color or turbidity. The large 3-1/2 digit (2000) count digital display simultaneously displays ppm, pH and °C/°F temperature. Meter functions include data hold, automatic shut-off, and low battery indication.

  • pH range: 0.00 to 14.00pH
  • Chlorine ppm range: 0.01 to 10.00ppm
  • ORP mV range: -999 to 999mV
  • Chlorine temperature range: 23° to 194°F (-5 to 90°C)
  • pH temperature range: 23° to 194°F (-5 to 90°C)
  • Chlorine resolution: 0.01ppm
  • pH resolution: 0.01pH
  • ORP resolution: 4mV
  • Chlorine accuracy: ±10% of rdg. + 0.01ppm
  • pH accuracy: ±0.01pH
  • ORP accuracy: ±1mV
  • Power: four LR44 button batteries
  • Display: 2000 count
  • Dimensions: 1.4 x 6.8 x 1.6” (35.6 x 172.7 x 40.6mm)
  • Weight: 3.85oz (110g)
  • (1) ExStik chlorine meter
  • (1) Flat surface chlorine electrode
  • (1) Gel filled pH electrode
  • (1) ORP electrode
  • (1) Protective sensor cap
  • (50) ExTab reagent tablets
  • (4) Plastic sample cups with caps
  • (1) pH 4 buffer pouch
  • (1) pH 7 buffer pouch
  • (1) pH 10 buffer pouch
  • (4) 3V SR44W batteries
  • (1) 48" (1.2m) neckstrap
  • (1) Carrying case
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