YSI EcoSense pH10A pH Pen

The YSI EcoSense pH10A pH & Temperature Pen provides quick and accurate pH measurements in a very economical platform.

Features

  • IP-67 Waterproof housing
  • Replaceable single- or double-junction electrodes
  • Automatic calibration and buffer recognition
List Price $131.00
Your Price $124.45
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YSI EcoSense pH10A pH Pen
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YSI EcoSense pH10A pH PenpH10 EcoSense pH10A pH & temperature pen
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YSI EcoSense pH10A pH Pen
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EcoSense pH10A pH & temperature pen
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Fondriest Environmental pH Buffer Pack FNBUFPAK pH Buffer Pack, one 500mL bottle ea. of pH 4, 7, 10 & electrode storage solution
$48.94
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YSI 580 Soft-Sided Carrying Case 605129 580 soft-sided carrying case, pH10A, ORP15A & EC30A
$32.30
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YSI pH10A Replacement Sensor Cap 606116 Replacement sensor cap, pH10A
$5.57
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YSI pH10A Replacement pH Electrode 606110 Replacement pH electrode, pH10A
$58.90
1 Available
YSI Replacement Battery Pack Kit 605118 Replacement battery pack kit, pH10A & ORP15A
$5.70
10 Available
pH Buffer Pack, one 500mL bottle ea. of pH 4, 7, 10 & electrode storage solution
3 Available
$48.94
580 soft-sided carrying case, pH10A, ORP15A & EC30A
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$32.30
Replacement sensor cap, pH10A
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$5.57
Replacement pH electrode, pH10A
1 Available
$58.90
Replacement battery pack kit, pH10A & ORP15A
10 Available
$5.70

YSI's EcoSense pH10A pH & temperature pen is the perfect instrument for economical spot sampling of pH and temperature in applications such as wastewater, surface water, aquaculture, hydroponics, pools, and education. The pH10A pen features an easy-to-use graphic interface, simple one-hand operation, memory, and low cost of ownership over the life of the product.

 

  • Waterproof IP-67
  • 1-year warranty
  • Automatic calibration and buffer recognition
  • 50-set memory (pH, temp, date and time stamp)
  • Replaceable single- or double-junction electrode
  • GLP functionality
  • 1-, 2-, or 3-point calibration
  • Hold feature locks stable readings on the 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)
  • ATC Probe: Thermistor
  • Battery: Four LR44 alkalines included with purchase
  • Battery Life: Approximately 35 hours
  • pH Temp Compensation: Auto 0.0 to 99.9 C
  • pH Buffer Recognition: USA (4.01, 7.00, & 10.01) or NIST (4.01, 6.86, & 9.18)
  • pH Calibration Temp: 0.0 to 60 C (0.0 to 140.0 F)
  • pH Offset Recognition: +90 mV at pH 7.00 or +98.3 mV / -81.7 mV at pH 6.86
  • pH Slope Recognition: +30% at pH 4.00, 4.01, 9.18, or 10.01
  • Memory: Non-volatile; stores 50 sets (pH, temperature, date and time stamp)
  • (1) EcoSense pH10A pH & Temperature Pen
  • (4) A76 batteries
  • (1) Operations manual
Questions & Answers
What happens if I reach 50 recorded data sets?

If the memory on the EcoSense pH pen is full, the newest data set stored will overwrite the oldest saved data set.

How do I download the data?

Data from the YSI EcoSense pen cannot be directly downloaded. The 50 data set memory allows data storage within the device itself, and previous sets can be viewed with the "SCROLL" key. Exporting the data would need to be done manually.

Will the pen timestamp my data?

Yes, the EcoSense pH pen date and time stamps all data.

Please, mind that only logged in users can submit questions

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