Extech ExStik Refillable pH Meter

The Extech ExStik Refillable pH Meter is easily serviced to maintain high accuracy readings and eliminates a limited shelf life.

Features

  • Automatic temperature compensation
  • Simultaneous display of pH and temperature
  • Display indicates when the reading is stabilized
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The Extech ExStick Refillable pH Meter features flat surface refillable pH electrode that is easily serviced. The fresh reference solution maintains high accuracy and eliminates concern for shelf life. The electrode measures pH in liquids, semi-solids, and solids. The CAL alert lets users know when it's time to calibrate, and the RENEW function for when it's time to replace the electrode. The memory records and recalls 15 sequentially tagged readings which allows detection of changes over time. The analog bargraph is displayed on the LCD to show trends in acidity or alkalinity. The meter takes 1, 2, or 3 point calibration that automatically recognizes buffer solutions. Additional meter options include data hold, automatic power off, and low battery indication. The waterproof design floats in water and protects the meter in wet environments. The meter also adjusts using the automatic temperature compensastion. 

  • 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: ±1.8°F/±1°C
  • Measurement storage: 15 tagged (numbered) readings
  • Operating conditions: 32 to 122 F (0 to 50 C) /< 80% RH
  • 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), 6 month conditional (electrode)
  • (1) ExStick meter
  • (1) Flat surface refillable pH electrode
  • (1) 1.5mL bottle KCI
  • (2) Reference junctions
  • (2) Removal tools
  • (1) Protective sensor cap
  • (1) Sample cup with cap
  • (4) 3V CR2032 button batteries
  • (1) 48" (1.2m) neckstrap
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