Hach DR300 Pocket Colorimeters

The Hach DR300 is a handheld and waterproof colorimeter with a large display and Bluetooth capabilities.

Features

  • Single Parameter go-anywhere portable photometer
  • Battery operation for a maximum of 5000 tests
  • Rugged, waterproof (IP67) design withstands all field conditions
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Overview
The Hach DR300 is a pocket colorimeter that reduces data collection hassles, eliminates transcription errors, and ensures stronger compliance traceability.

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

Reliable
Rugged, waterproof (IP67) design withstands conditions encountered 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, time after time. A larger display with an 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
Questions & Answers
Does the DR300 come with reagents?
No, the DR300 pocket colorimeter reagents are sold separately.
Is there an EPA approved method for monitoring free chlorine in water with the DR300?
Yes, the dedicated Hach DR300 meter can measure free chlorine in water by using the DPD Free Chlorine Reagent Powder Pillows and the EPA approved Method 8021 (Free) 8167 (Total), found here: www.fondriest.com/pdf/hach_method_8021_and_8167.pdf
Do the DR900 and DR300 colorimeters use the same sample cells?
The Hach DR900 and DR300 utilize the same plastic sample cells. However, the glass sample cells are different. Refer to the manual for sample cell part numbers.
How is ortho phosphate measured with the DR300 colorimeter?
Using the phosphate single-parameter DR300 unit and PhosVer® 3 phosphate reagent powder pillows, orthophosphate can be determined by following Hach Method 8048 (details available here: https://www.fondriest.com/pdf/hach_method_8048.pdf)
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