YSI TruLab pH 1310 Benchtop Meter

The YSI TruLab pH 1310 benchtop meter is the ideal laboratory instrument for reliable pH/mV measurements with automatic documentation for GLP compliance.

Features

  • Single channel measurement of pH, mV (ORP) and temperature
  • Easy-to-read backlit display with text menu for easy operation
  • Fast data transfer via USB in .csv or ASCII format or the optional integrated printer
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YSI TruLab pH 1310 Benchtop Meter

Overview
The YSI TruLab pH 1310 benchtop meter is the ideal laboratory instrument for reliable pH/mV measurements with automatic documentation for GLP compliance. The YSI TruLab pH 1310 is an accurate, easy-to-use solution for the measurement of pH or mv (ORP) in the laboratory. The YSI TruLab pH 1310 benchtop meter has internal memory and is available with or without a built-in printer. Stored data can be sent to a PC via USB or to an optional built-in printer available on the 1310P.

Reliable and Efficient
The TruLab pH 1310 benchtop meter's AutoRead function indicates when a stable measurement is reached, improving repeatability. Data can be printed directly from the instrument via the integrated printer or exported via USB.

Benefits

  • Single channel measurement of pH, mV (ORP) and temperature.
  • Easy-to-read backlit display with text menu for easy operation
  • Fast data transfer via USB in .csv or ASCII format or the optional integrated printer
  • Continuous Monitoring Control (CMC) function for monitoring the ideal measuring range for pH measurements based on the last calibration
  • 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 point calibration for pH
  • 22 stored buffer sets for auto-buffer recognition and easy calibration
  • BNC connection for pH, mV; 2 banana connections: 1 for an external temperature sensor and 1 for external reference if using a half cell
  • 3-year warranty
  • GLP/AQA compliant
  • Wide selection of electrodes - pH, ORP and temperature probes
  • (1) TruLab pH 1310 benchtop meter
  • (1) Universal AC power supply
  • (1) Electrode stand
  • (1) USB cable
  • (1) PC software
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