Thermo Orion Star A321 Portable pH Meter

The Thermo Orion Star A321 portable pH meter provides lab-quality accuracy for advanced pH readings in any location.

Features

  • Calibration editing ensures accurate pH, mV, RmV and temperature readings
  • AUTO-READ function alerts user and locks stable readings on backlit LCD screen
  • USB and RS-232 ports allow easy data transfer of up to 5000 time-stamped data points
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Thermo Orion Star A321 Portable pH Meter

Overview
The waterproof, battery-operated Thermo Orion Star A321 portable pH meter stands up to the most demanding field applications to deliver the most advanced performance of any portable meter. Four AA batteries, included with purchase of the A321, provide over 800 hours of continuous operation, so the instrument is ready when it's needed, where it's needed. The meter displays reliable pH, mV, RmV and temperature readings on a large, backlit LCD screen and automatically locks in stable readings.

Mechanics
Thermo Orion Star A320 series portable meters provide the largest storage capacity available for time-stamped data points, which can be conveniently uploaded to a PC through the meter's USB and RS-232 ports. Automatic or 1 to 5 point manual calibration makes instrument setup simple, while icons provide quick updates on battery life, electrode status and calibration information. The simple button layout and on-screen messages also assist with calibration and explain setup menu choices.

Benefits

  • AUTO-READ function alerts user and locks on-screen readings when stable
  • Up to 5 point pH calibration with calibration editing
  • Automatic recognition of USA/NIST and DIN buffers
  • Easy to recall calibration slope data for procedure checks
  • Non-volatile memory holds up to 5000 data points
  • USB and RS-232 ports to upload data and update included data analysis software
  • Universal power supply or battery power option
  • Universal power adapter (sold separately) runs meter on AC power
  • Multilanguage interface supports English, Spanish, French, Italian, German and Chinese
  • IP67-rated waterproof housing (can be immersed up to one hour with no water incursion)
  • 3 year meter warranty
  • pH
  • Range: -2.00 to 20.00
  • Resolution: 0.1, 0.01, 0.001
  • Relative Accuracy: +/-0.002
  • Calibration Points: Up to 5
  • Calibration Editing: Yes
  • mV/RmV
  • Range: +/-2000.0 mV
  • Resolution: 0.1 mV
  • Relative Accuracy: +/-0.2mV or 0.05%, whichever is greater
  • EH ORP Mode: Yes
  • Temperature
  • Range: -5 to 105 C
  • Resolution: 0.1
  • Relative Accuracy: +/-0.1 C
  • Offset Calibration: 1 point
  • Datalogging
  • Number of Points: 5000 with time and date stamp
  • Log Function: Manual, ready (AUTO-READ), timed
  • Log Edit: Delete individual points, group of points or all
  • General
  • Display: Backlit LCD
  • Inputs: pH Electrode - BNC, ATC Probe - 8-pin mini-DIN
  • Outputs: RS-232, USB
  • Power Adapter: Universal AC, 100-240 VAC
  • Battery Power: 4 AAs, 800 hrs life
  • Environmental Requirements: 5 to 45 C and 5 to 85% relative humidity, non-condensing
  • Regulatory and Safety: CE, TUV 3-1, FCC Class A
  • IP Rating: IP67, waterproof
  • Warranty: 36 months (from date of purchase)
Questions & Answers
What is the difference between the Star A321 and the Star A221 portable pH meters?
Both meters have the same measuring ranges and feature an IP67-rated dust-proof and waterproof housing, The A321 features a 5000 point time/date stamped data log where the A221 features a 1000 point time/date stamped data log.
Can I change the recalibration alarm?
Yes, the calibration due alarm on the Star A321 can be set to a user-specified length of time.
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