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- ItempH Pen
- pH Range0.00 to 14.00
- Automatic Temperature CompensationYes
- Displayed Temperature Range32 to 122 Degrees F, 0 to 50 Degrees C
- MemoryData Hold
- Calibration1, 2 or 3 pt.
- pH Accuracy+/-0.02
- Power Source(4) LR44 Batteries
- IncludesSensor Cap, Inner Ph Electrode Protection Cap, Four Lr44 Batteries, And Instructions
- Manufacturers Warranty Length1 Year
- Testing ParameterFor Measuring pH
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Yes, The PH60 does conform to the NPDES specification of +/-0.1 resolution for measurements.
NIST traceable calibration is not available for the unit as field calibration of pH should happen daily. If the temperature function is ever suspected of being out of calibration, contact Support@extech.com and we can repair or replace the unit.
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