TB400

Extech TB400 Portable Turbidity Meter

Extech TB400 Portable Turbidity Meter

Description

The Extech TB400 Portable Turbidity Meter conveniently tests the turbidity of water up to 1000 NTU.

Features

  • Requires only a 10mL sample size
  • Battery operated for field and on-site testing
  • Splash-proof front panel
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Extech's TB400 measures turbidity up to 1000 NTU. A microprocessor-based circuitry assures high accuracy and repeatable readings. Its portable design and splash-proof front panel allow for direct on-site measurements. Typical applications include the measurement of municipal water, food and beverage water, or other aqueous solutions where fluid clarity is important.

Notable Specifications:
  • Range (NTU): 0.00 to 50.00 NTU, 50 to 1000 NTU
  • Resolution: 0.01 NTU
  • Accuracy: ±5% FS or ±0.5 NTU, whichever is greater
  • Light Source: LED, 850nm
  • Standard: designed to meet ISO 7027
  • Response Time: <10 seconds
  • Dimensions: 6.1 x 3.0 x 2.4" (155 x 76 x 62mm)
  • Weight: 11.3oz (320g)
What's Included:
  • (1) TB400 meter
  • (1) 0 NTU standard solution test bottle
  • (1) 100 NTU standard solution test bottle
  • (1) Cleaning solution (distilled water)
  • (6) AAA batteries
  • (1) Hard carrying case
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Extech TB400 Portable Turbidity Meter TB400 Portable turbidity meter
$599.00
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Questions & Answers

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Does my turbidity meter meet any standards?
The TB400 is designed to meet ISO 7027 standards.
How is my meter powered?
The TB400 is powered by (6) AAA batteries.
How accurate is my TB400?
The TB400 has an accuracy of +/-0.5 NTU.

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