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Combi hand-held measuring device PM 2000 set

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For measuring pH, Redox, conductivity and temperature.
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€697.70/Pack Qty. 

excl. VAT. | 1 unit(s) per Pack Qty.

Art. No. HT24.1

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For measuring pH, Redox, conductivity and temperature.

  • Automatic sensor detection
  • Robust, coated aluminium housing
  • Automatic pH-calibration
  • Zero-point can be set separately for Redox electrodes


Combi hand-held measuring device PM 2000 set 

Delivery incl. pH/Redox pre-amplifier with temperature gauge, pH single-rod measuring cell pH 62/AS7, conductivity probe with an integrated temperature gauge, batteries. Without Redox single-rod measuring cell, please order separately.
Technical Information
Type PM 200 set 
Parameters pH 
conductivity 
temperature 
Channels
Sensor 62/AS7 (pH), MZ 4L (EC) 
pH measuring range 0 to 14 
pH resolution 0,01 pH 
pH accuracy ±0.01 pH 
pH temp. compensation automatic: 0 to +100 °C 
Voltage measuring range -1000 to +1000 mV
Voltage resolution 1 mV
Conductivity measuring range 0 µS/cm to 500 mS/cm mS/cm
Conductivity resolution 0.01 μS/cm 
1.0 mS/cm 
Conductivity accuracy ±2% (up to 200 mS) 
±4% (up to 500 mS) 
Reference temperature conductivity 20 / 25 °C
Temperature coefficient 0 - 3,9 % 
Temperature measuring range -50 to +150 °C
Temperature resolution 0.1 °C 
Temperature accuracy ±0.2 °C 
IP rating 65 
L x W x H 138 x 85 x 35 mm
Weight 350 g
Power supply 3x lithium batteries Mignon 1.5 V 
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HT24.1 62/AS7 (pH), MZ 4L (EC) 1 unit(s)

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General information

The redox potential can be measured with a pH meter, which can display mV values.A redox probe is needed for this.