Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters

The DR300 maintains the Pocket Colorimeter legacy of reliability while providing state-of-the-art data transfer capability and connection to Claros.

Features

  • Single Parameter go-anywhere portable photometer
  • Battery operation for a maximum of 5000 tests
  • Waterproof instrument IP67 (even better than PCII)
Your Price $440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket ColorimetersLPV445.97.00110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, free & total chlorine
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.62110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, free & total chlorine, MR
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.12110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, chlorine & pH
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.06110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, phosphate
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.26110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, monochloramine/free ammonia
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.22110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, iron, FerroVer
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.02110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, nitrate
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.15110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, manganese
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.40110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, ammonia nitrogen
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.04110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, ozone
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.03110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, dissolved oxygen
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.10110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, molybdenum, LR/HR
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.25110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, aluminum
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.51110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, chlorine dioxide
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.01110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, bromine
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.09110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, zinc
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.16110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, iron, TPTZ
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.50110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, 500 nm
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.52110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, 528 nm
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.60110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, 600 nm
$440.00
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Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters LPV445.97.65110 DR300 pocket colorimeter, 655 nm
$440.00
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Hach SpecCheck Secondary Gel Standards Set 2635300 SpecCheck secondary gel standards set, DPD chlorine, 0-2.0 mg/L range
$182.00
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Hach SpecCheck Secondary Gel Standards Set 2893300 SpecCheck secondary gel standards set, DPD chlorine, 0-6.5 mg/L range
$184.00
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Hach 10mL Round Glass Sample Cells 2427606 Sample cells, 1" round glass with 10mL mark, 6 pack
$32.99
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Hach Lab Products 4864302 Plastic sample cells, 1" round, 10mL with 1cm pathlength, pack of 2
$18.25
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Hach DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows 2105569 DPD free chlorine reagent powder pillows, 10mL, pack of 100
$21.85
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Hach DPD Total Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows 2105669 DPD total chlorine reagent powder pillows, 10mL, pack of 100
$21.85
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The DR300 maintains the Pocket Colorimeter legacy of reliability while providing state-of-the-art data transfer capability and connection to Claros. Reduce data collection hassles, eliminate transcription errors, and ensure stronger compliance traceability.

Connected
Optional Bluetooth connectivity allows you to safely transfer measurement data to Claros – Hach’s Water Intelligence System – reducing errors and saving time by eliminating manual data entry.

Reliable
Rugged, waterproof (IP67) design withstands whatever conditions you encounter in the field (drops, extreme temperatures, rain and dirt) and still delivers years of dependable, accurate measurements.

Simple
Simple, intuitive operation reduces potential manual error, ensuring accurate measurement data you can trust, time after time. Larger display with improved backlight makes reading measurements in all conditions even easier.

  • (1) DR300 pocket colorimeter
  • (1) Set of sample cells
  • (1) Carrying case
  • (1) Printed manual
  • Note: Reagents sold separately
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