Extech ExStik pH Meter

The Extech ExStik pH Meter uses a flat surface electrode to measure pH in liquids, semi-solids, and solids.

Features

  • Display indicates when the reading is stabilized
  • Memory records and recalls 15 readings
  • Analog bargraph displayed on LCD
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The Extech ExStick pH Meter provides fast and easy on-the-spot pH measurements. The flat surface electrode conducts measurements in liquids, semi-solids, and solids. The meter simultaneously displays pH and temperature, as well as an analog bargraph for sample trends. The memory records and recalls 15 sequentially tagged readings allowing detection of changes over time. The display indicates once the reading has stabilized. The CAL alert tells users when it is time to recalibrate, and the RENEW indicator when it is time to replace the eletrode. The meter takes a 1, 2, or 3 point calibration that automatically recognizes buffer solutions. Additional meter functions include data hold, automatic power off, and low battery indication.

  • pH range: 0 to 14pH
  • pH resolution: 0.01pH
  • pH accuracy: ±0.01pH
  • Temperature range: 23 to 194°F (-5 to 90°C)
  • Temperature resolution: 0.1°
  • Temperature accuracy: /±1°C
  • Measurement storage: 15 tagged (numbered) readings
  • Display: multifunction LCD with bargraph
  • Dimensions: 1.4 x 6.8 x 1.6" (35.6 x 172.7 x 40.6mm)
  • Weight: 3.8oz (110g)
  • Warranty: 1 year (meter)
  • (1) ExStick meter
  • (1) Flat surface pH electrode
  • (1) Protective sensor cap
  • (1) Sample cup with cap
  • (4) 3V CR2032 button batteries
  • (1) 48" (1.2m) neckstrap
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