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ExStick PH Meter, H20 Proof, 0.00 to 14
- Item # 1MN58
- Mfr. Model # PH100
- UNSPSC # 41115603
- Catalog Page # 891
- Shipping Weight 0.35 lbs.
- ItemExStick pH Meter
- pH Range0.00 to 14.00
- Automatic Temperature CompensationYes
- Displayed Temperature Range23 to 194 Degrees F, -5 to 90 Degrees C
- Operating Temp. Range (F)23 to 194 Degrees
- Operating Temp. Range (C)-5 to 90 Degrees
- DisplayDual Line LCD
- Auto Power OffYes
- MemoryStores 15 Labeled Readings
- Temperature Compensation RangeYes
- Calibration1, 2 or 3 pt.
- pH Accuracy+/-0.01
- Temp. Accuracy+/-1.8 Degrees F
- pH Resolution0.01
- Temp. Resolution0.1 Deg.
- IncludesBuilt-in Smart Chip Predicts PH Electrode Performance with RENEW Indicator
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