Thermo Orion Versa Star pH/ISE Module

The Thermo Orion Versa Star pH/ISE module easily connects into a Versa Star meter to enable advanced pH and ISE measurement in the lab

Features

  • Readily interchangeable plug and play option for Versa Star meters
  • Reads and records pH, mV, RmV, ISE and temperature
  • Advanced calibration features and calibration editing for simple and accurate operation
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