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ORP / Temp Meter
The ORP-200 - Waterproof
Oxygen Reduction Potential and
Ideal for all ORP testing, including anti-oxidant
measurement, water purification applications, chlorine monitoring, environmental
testing, fruit & vegetable washing, pools & spas and water
Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP) is a measurement of the oxidation effectiveness of a sanitizer such as chlorine or bromine. OPR is typically meaured in milli-volts and can be an effective tool to use in drinking water.
• Measures Oxidation Reduction Potential (Redox) and Temperature.
• Auto-ranging calibration with digital fine tuning.
• Includes 4 pH buffer solution in a sponge embedded in a clear cap.
• Waterproof housing (IP-67 rating).
• Simultaneous temperature display.
• Digital Calibration (push button).
• Auto-off function, data-hold function and low-battery indicator.
• Display: large and easy-to-read LCD screen includes simultaneous temperature reading.
• Factory Calibrated: The ORP-200 meter is factory calibrated to +200 mV. The meter can be easily recalibrated with digital calibration using the push buttons, rather than a screwdriver.
• Includes a cap, batteries, and lanyard.
• ORP Range: -999 to +1000 mV
• Temperature Range: 0-80 °C;
• Resolution: 1 mV; Temperature resolution is 0.1 °C/F
• Accuracy: 0.5% (+/- 2mV)
• Calibration: Digital calibration by push button.
• Electrode: Replaceable glass sensor and reference tube electrodes
• Housing: IP-67 Waterproof (submersible; floats)
• Power source: 3 x 1.5V button cell batteries (included)
• Dimensions: 18.5 x 3.4 x 3.4 cm (7.3 x 1.3 x 1.3 inches)
• Weight: 96.4 g (3.4 oz)
Temp Meter $159.95 CDN
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