YSI EcoSense EC30A Conductivity Pen

The EC30A offers accurate, low-cost measurement of conductivity and TDS (total dissolved solids) along with temperature.

Features

  • IP-67 waterproof housing
  • 1-year instrument warranty
  • Automatic temperature compensation
List Price $150.00
Your Price $142.50
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YSI EcoSense EC30A Conductivity Pen606121 EcoSense EC30A conductivity & temperature pen
$142.50
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YSI EcoSense EC30A Conductivity Pen
606121
EcoSense EC30A conductivity & temperature pen
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$142.50
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YSI EC30A Replacement Conductivity Electrode 606114 Replacement conductivity electrode, EC30A
$44.65
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Fondriest Environmental 1,413 uS Conductivity Standards FNCS1413-P Conductivity standard, 1,413 uS, 500mL bottle
$15.00
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YSI 580 Soft-Sided Carrying Case 605129 580 soft-sided carrying case, pH10A, ORP15A & EC30A
$29.45
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YSI Replacement Battery Pack Kit 605118 Replacement battery pack kit, pH10A & ORP15A
$5.70
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Replacement conductivity electrode, EC30A
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$44.65
Conductivity standard, 1,413 uS, 500mL bottle
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$15.00
580 soft-sided carrying case, pH10A, ORP15A & EC30A
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$29.45
Replacement battery pack kit, pH10A & ORP15A
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$5.70

With a one-year instrument and electrode warranty, the EC30A will fit your needs for an easy-to-use conductivity, TDS and temperature instrument. The EC30A is a reusable pen-style instrument. The electrode cap is easy to replace while keeping the instrument. No throw-away instrument here!

  • IP-67 waterproof housing
  • 1-year instrument warranty
  • Automatic temperature compensation
  • User-replaceable electrodes
  • 1- or 2-point calibration
  • Clear, easy-to-read display with on-screen instructions
  • Selectable units of measure for conductivity, TDS and temp
  • Selectable or auto-raning for conductivity or TDS
  • "Hold" feature locks readings on display
  • >200 hour battery life; low battery indicator
  • Last calibration GLP record

 

  • ATC Probe:Thermistor, 10kΩ at 25°C
  • Battery:Four LR44 alkalines included with purchase
  • Battery life:200 hours or greater (low battery indicator)
  • Operating temperature range:0.0 to 50.0 °C (32.0 to 122.0 °F)
  • Warranty:1-year instrument and electrode
  • Water resistance:IP-67 waterproof case
  • Weight:105 grams (3.7 ounces) with batteries
  • (1) EC30A instrument
  • (1) Conductivity electrode
  • (4) Replacement batteries
  • (1) Instruction Manual
Questions & Answers
What conductivity range can this measure?

The EcoSense Conductivity Pen can measure from 0 to 1990 uS/cm.

Does the EcoSense conductivity pen have an internal memory?

No, unlike the EcoSense pH and ORP pens, the conductivity pen does not include internal memory.

Please, mind that only logged in users can submit questions

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