YSI 9300 Basic Photometer Kit

The YSI 9300 is an economical photometer that easily allows for readings to be taken directly in the field for over 100 parameters.

Features

  • Rugged units are waterproof to IP67 specifications and run on standard AA batteries
  • Accuracy of +/-0.5% at 4% transmittance; +/-0.005 at 0.3 AU
  • Features automatic light wavelength selection for each of its pre-programmed test methods
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YSI 9300 Basic Photometer Kit

Overview
The fully-featured YSI 9300 and 9500 portable photometers accurately analyze all the major inorganic constituents of water. They are rugged, fully waterproof, easy to use and provide quick, accurate test results.

Mechanics
The photometric technology uses light to measure color changes in water samples treated with a reagent. They are accurate to +/-0.005 at 0.3 absorbency units (au), and resolution is 0.001au. The sample is simply placed in the unique adaptive cell holder, and a button is pressed. The cell holder automatically adjusts to various round tube sizes.

Benefits
The 9300 and 9500 feature automatic light wavelength selection for each of their pre-programmed test methods. They have easy-to-navigate menus and over 100 test choices, providing full flexibility. Both units run on standard AA batteries. Each comes complete with a carrying case and room to store the required reagents.

  • Direct reading concentrations
  • Waterproof IP-67 rating
  • Large, backlit graphic display
  • Sample tube holder automatically adjusts for various diameters
  • On-screen instructions virtually eliminate reading manuals
  • Multiple languages (Eng, French, German, Spanish, Italian)
  • 100+ test choices
  • (1) 9300 Photometer
  • (1) Hard-sided carrying case
  • (8) Sample tubes
  • (1) Dilution tube
  • (10) Crush rods
  • (1) Cleaning brush
  • (1) Light cap
  • (1) Operations manual
Questions & Answers
What units does my photometer measure in?

The 9300 Photometer can express the results in mg/l, ppm, mmol/l, µmol, or g/l.

What parameters will my photometer measure?

The YSI 9300 photometer can measure a wide variety of parameters in fresh and sea water. The necessary reagents are available under the "Accessories" tab.

What size test tubes can this photometer hold?

The YSI 9300 photometer will automatically adjust to hold test tubes with diameters from 12mm - 20mm.

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