Hach sensION+ MM340 Multi-Parameter Benchtop Meter

The Hach sensION+ MM340 benchtop multi-parameter meter is perfect for testing viscous media samples as wells as samples with a high solid content.
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Hach sensION+ MM340 Multi-Parameter Benchtop MeterLPV2200.97.0002 sensION+ MM340 multi-parameter benchtop meter (meter only)
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Hach sensION+ MM340 Multi-Parameter Benchtop Meter LPV2210T.97.002 sensION+ MM340 GLP lab pH/ISE general benchtop meter kit with 5010T combination pH electrode
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Hach sensION+ MM340 Multi-Parameter Benchtop Meter LPV2211T.97.002 sensION+ MM340 advanced pH dirty samples benchtop meter kit with 5011T combination pH electrode
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Hach sensION+ MM340 Multi-Parameter Benchtop Meter LPV2214T.97.002 sensION+ MM340 GLP lab pH/ISE general benchtop meter kit with 5014T combination pH electrode
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Hach sensION+ MM340 Multi-Parameter Benchtop Meter LPV2221T.97.002 sensION+ MM340 advanced pH difficult samples benchtop meter kit with 5021T combination pH electrode
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The Hach sensION+ MM340 benchtop multi-parameter meter is perfect for testing viscous media samples as wells as samples with a high solid content. Each kit measures pH, ORP, ISE, and temperature. Measurement ranges include -2 to 16 for pH, -2000 to 2000 mV for ORP, and -20 to 150 for temperature. Two measuring channels log up to 400 measurements each. Four calibration curves can hold up to 5 programmable standards per curve. Data can be transferred to a PC or printer for further use. Features include a workstation with built-in stirrer, programmable calibration frequency, and automatic recognition of 15 technical buffers.
  • Parameters: pH, mV, ISE, ORP/Redox, Temperature
  • pH Input Accuracy: 0.002
  • Internal data storage: 330
  • Interface languages: 6
  • Inputs: 2 BNC, 2 ref, Pt1000
  • Outputs: RS-232 (two-day)
  • IP Rating: IP42
  • Compliance: CE.WEEE
  • Dimensions: 110 mm x 350 mm x 200 mm
  • Dimensions (English Units): 7.9 in x 13.8 in x 4.3 in
  • Warranty: 3 years
  • (1) Workstation with built-in stirrer and control
  • (1) Probe holder
  • (1) MM340 meter
  • (1) ISE laboratory meter
  • (Probe is not included)
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