Benchtop Conductivity Meter
The conductivity meter reports conductance as the inverse of a resistivity measurement. Resistivity is measured in ohms/cm, so conductivity is measured in mhos/cm. A mho, a former unit of electrical conductance, is the reciprocal of an ohm and is defined as the Seimens (S). A conductivity meter can measure the amount of totally dissolved solids (TDS) in a solution, in units of parts per million (ppm) or milligrams per liter. The standard correlation between the TDS measurement of a solution and the conductivity measurement is: TDS (ppm) x 2 = Conductivity (µS).
Conductivity meters are used heavily in agriculture to measure the salinity levels of surface water and of soil samples. Shown here is a conductivity meter being used to measure the quality of water in a wastewater treatment facility. In addition to conductivity, this meter can be used to measure pH and dissolved oxygen.
YR01829 Benchtop Conductivity Meter
High-performance benchtop conductivity meter, 1 to 3 points calibration, automatic temperature compensation. The meter is suitable for daily testing and controls. Accuracy: 1% F.S.
• High-performance benchtop conductivity meter is equipped with a large backlit LCD display.
• 1 to 3 points push-button calibration, automatically recognizes the calibration solutions.
• Automatic Temperature Compensation provides accurate reading over the entire range.
• Auto-Hold feature senses and locks the measurement endpoint.
• Setup menu allows setting the 6 parameters, including the number of calibration points, cell
constant, temperature coefficient, etc.
• Reset feature automatically resumes all settings back to factory default options.
• Water quality analysis
• Research and educations
• Environmental monitoring and chemical industry
• Other laboratory applications
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