YSI EcoSense pH/EC1030A pH & Conductivity Pen

The EcoSense pH/EC1030A pen-style instrument measures pH, conductivity, TDS, salinity and temperature


  • IP-67 waterproof housing
  • 1-year instrument, 6 month electrode warranty
  • Automatic temperature compensation
List Price $205.00
Your Price $194.75
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The EcoSense pH/EC1030A pen-style instrument features an easy-to-use graphic interface, simple one-hand operation, memory, and low cost of ownership over the life of the product. The user-replaceable electrode ensures the instrument is always ready for use. The pH/EC1030A is designed for quick, accurate results in an economical platform. With a one-year instrument warranty and six-month electrode warranty, the pH/EC1030A meets sampling needs.


  • pH
  • Conductivity
  • Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
  • Salinity
  • Temperature


  • IP-67 waterproof housing
  • 1-year instrument, 6 month electrode warranty
  • Automatic temperature compensation
  • Auto buffer recognition for easy calibration
  • Easily switch between °C and °F
  • Graphic LCD display
  • Auto shut-off feature
  • Replaceable pH and conductivity electrode
  • “Hold” feature locks readings on display
  • 50 data-set memory
  • >100 hour battery life; low battery indicator
  • CE compliant
  • (1) EcoSense pH/EC1030A pH & Conductivity Pen
  • (4) A76 batteries
  • (1) Operations manual

Questions & Answers
How many parameters can I view on the screen at a given time?
The pH/EC1030A pen displays temperature along with either pH, conductivity, TDS, or salinity. The user can use the Measure Mode to toggle between these parameters.
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