Hach sensION+ PH31 GLP pH Benchtop Meter
The Hach sensION+ PH31 GLP benchtop pH meter has a wide range of features to ensure the most accurate measurements possible.
- Automatically recognizes 15 technical buffers
- Iso-potential point adjustment and temperature readjustment
- Includes a workstation with a built-in stirrer and probe holder
The Hach sensION+ PH31 GLP benchtop pH meter measures pH from -2 to 16, ORP from -2000 to 2000 mV, and temperature from -20 to 150C. The Hach sensION+ PH31 data logs up to 400 measurements. With a PC/printer output, transferring data is a breeze.
All kits come complete with a meter, probe, carrying case and all required accessories, making it simple to grab the kit and begin testing immediately.
A guided navigation menu allows a simple setup for measurements—reducing the time necessary to start testing and improving the accuracy of measurements.
- Parameter: pH, mV, ORP/Redox, Temperature
- pH Input Accuracy: 0.002
- Internal data storage: 400 results 330
- Interface languages: 6
- Inputs: BNC, ref, Pt1000
- Outputs: RS232 (two-way)
- 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
- Workstation with built-in stirrer and control
- Probe holder
- PH31 meter
- Buffer solution pack
- Electrolyte solution
- Calibration beakers
- Power supply
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