YSI EcoSense ORP15A ORP Pen

The YSI EcoSense ORP15A offers accurate, low-cost measurement of ORP (absolute and relative) along with temperature.

Features

  • IP-67 Waterproof housing
  • Replaceable electrodes
  • Automatic calibration & buffer recognition
List Price $167.00
Your Price $158.65
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The YSI EcoSense ORP15A offers accurate, low cost measurement of ORP (absolute and relative mV) and temperature. The pen-style instrument is ideal for food (such as vegetable washing and sanitizers), swimming pools, wastewater, and aquaculture.

 

  • Waterproof IP-67 case
  • 1-year warranty; 6-month electrode warranty
  • Absolute and relative readings
  • Replaceable electrodes
  • 50-set memory
  • Low battery indicator
  • Hold feature locks readings on display
  • CE compliance
  • >200 hour battery life with low battery indicator
  • Operating Range: 0.0 to 50.0 C (32.0 to 122.0 F)
  • Water Resistance: IP-67 waterproof case
  • Weight with Batteries: 105 grams (3.7 ounces)
  • Offset Range: User input fromm -999 to +999 mV
  • ATC Probe: Thermistor
  • Battery: Four LR44 alkalines included with purchase
  • Battery Life: Approximately 40 hours (low battery indicator)
  • Memory: Non-volatile; stores 50 sets (absolute and relative ORP, temperature, date and time stamp)
  • (1) EcoSense ORP15A pen
  • (4) A76 batteries
  • (1) Operations manual
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