LZV813

Hach 2100Q USB+Power Module

Hach 2100Q USB+Power Module

Description

The USB+Power Module is an optional accessory for the 2100Q portable turbidimeter that allows for data upload and NiMH battery charging.

Features

  • Transfer data to a PC in XML format
  • Charge NiMH batteries
  • Perform firmware updates
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The Hach 2100Q USB+Power module allows the user to:
  • Transfer data to a PC in XML format
  • Transfer data to the Citizen PD-24 printer
  • Operate the instrument on AC power
  • Charge NiMH batteries
  • Perform firmware updates
  • Quickly enter Sample and User IDs with the optional barcode scanner
What's Included:
  • (1) Hach 2100Q USB+Power module
  • (1) Module cover
  • (1) Connector cover
  • (1) Universal power supply with plug adapters
  • (1) Standard USB cable with Mini USB connector
  • (1) Special USB cable adapter for connection to Citizen PD-24 printer
  • (1) Manual
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