Thermo Scientific Elite pH/Conductivity Pocket Tester

The Elite PCTS pocket testers are ideal for flexible on-the-go pH, conductivity, TDS, salinity and temperature testing in a compact, travel-ready design.

Features

  • Measure pH, conductivity, TDS or salinity with temperature
  • Large back-lit graphic display
  • Uses 4 x AAA alkaline batteries
List Price $166.00
Your Price $149.40
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Thermo Scientific Elite pH/Conductivity Pocket TesterELITEPCTS Elite pH/conductivity/TDS/salinity pocket tester
$149.40
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Thermo Scientific Elite pH/Conductivity Pocket Tester
ELITEPCTS
Elite pH/conductivity/TDS/salinity pocket tester
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$149.40
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Thermo Scientific Elite Replacement PCTS Sensor 01X001501 Replacement sensor for Elite PCTS tester
$32.40
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Replacement sensor for Elite PCTS tester
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$32.40
Elite Pocket Testers offer flexible on-the-go electrochemical testing. Choose the Elite PCTS model to measure pH, conductivity, total dissolved solids (TDS) or salinity with temperature for a wide range of applications. Elite pocket testers are durable, with a large backlit screen, one-touch calibration feature and replaceable sensor heads. They are ideal for testing beverages including homebrew beer and wine, food, hydroponics, aquaculture and aquariums, environmental monitoring and more.
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