Hach sensION+ MM110 Portable pH/ORP Meter

The sensION+ MM110 portable pH/ORP multi-meter is an all-in-one, handheld system for measuring temperature, pH and ORP/Redox

Features

  • Temperature readjustment
  • One hand operation
  • Visual measurement time indicator
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Hach sensION+ MM110 Portable pH/ORP MeterLPV2600.97.0002 sensION+ MM110 portable pH/ORP meter (meter only)
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Hach sensION+ MM110 Portable pH/ORP Meter LPV2645.97.0002 sensION+ MM110 portable pH/ORP kit with 5045 pH/ORP/temperature electrode
$864.00
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Hach sensION+ MM110 Portable pH/ORP Meter
LPV2600.97.0002
sensION+ MM110 portable pH/ORP meter (meter only)
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$497.00
Hach sensION+ MM110 Portable pH/ORP Meter
LPV2645.97.0002
sensION+ MM110 portable pH/ORP kit with 5045 pH/ORP/temperature electrode
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$864.00

The MM110 portable meter makes general water quality meter testing fast and simple. A guided navigation menu provides simple prompts to set up measurements thus reducing the time necessary to start testing and improving result accuracy. Measures pH, mV, ORP/Redox, and temperature, featuring automatic temperature correction and calibration at any mV value.

 

A backlit LCD screen illuminates the icon-based user interface that prevents language barriers for universal use. Two AA batteries power the meter for over 500 hours. The meter boasts an IP67 water resistance rating, submersible up to 1 meter.

  • Automatic buffer recognition: pH 2.01, 4.01, 7.00, 9.21, 10.08
  • Calibration Data Storage: Slope and assymetry potential displayed
  • Compliance: CE.WEEE
  • Dimensions: 7.3" x 2.9" x 1.5" (38 mm x 73 mm x 186 mm)
  • Display: Backlit LCD with pictograms
  • Display type: 128 x 64 pixel, simultaneous readings
  • Inputs: MP-8
  • Interface languages: Icon based,
    no language needed
  • IP Rating: IP67
  • Manual languages: more than 20 languages
  • mV accuracy: 1 mV
  • mV resolution: 1 mV
  • Operating Humidity: < 80 % relative humidity (non-condensing)
  • Operating interface: Keypad
  • Operating Temperature: 0 to 50 °C
  • ORP accuracy: 1 mV mV
  • ORP range: -1999 to 1999 mV N/A
  • ORP resolution: 1 mV
  • Parameter: pH, mV, ORP/Redox, Temperature
  • Temperature accuracy: 0.2 °C (± 1 digit)
  • Temperature compensation: With temperature probe Pt 1000 or by keypad
  • Temperature measurement: -20 to 150 °C
  • Temperature resolution: 0.1 °C
  • Warranty: 1 year
Questions & Answers
Does the meter come with buffer or storage solutions?

The meter alone does not come with any solutions, however, the field kit will come with a small bottle of pH 4, 7 and 10 buffer solutions as well as a small bottle of KCl solution.

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