pH, temperature monitoring

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pH, temperature monitoring

Ultrapen™ PT2 pH & Temperature Pen from Myron L provides instant lab-accurate digital results. All measurements and calibrations are accomplished with the press of a button. Dip or scoop sampling simplifies testing vertical streams and bodies of water. The device can be used for all pH testing in municipal and industrial process control, including field use and spot checks. The PT2 is waterproof, has an outer case of aircraft aluminum and fully encapsulated electronics. Features include ±0.01 accuracy; 0.00-14.00 pH measurement range; automatic temperature compensation; 1, 2 & 3 point calibration; choice of snapshot and continuous measurement modes; and user replaceable pH sensor.

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