Need to measure several parameters simultaneously? A multiparameter meter is a worthwhile investment. Usually these meters test pH, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, temperature, turbidity, depth, barometric pressure, and/or salinity.
Rather than juggling a few different meters, the multiparameter meter gets the job done with one instrument. Plus, you’re not paying to purchase—or calibrate—multiple instruments.
Environmental specialists, lab technicians, and research scientists regularly use multiparameter water quality meters in their work. The simultaneous readings keep them from missing key data.
What can you expect from these meters? In addition to taking many types of measurements, they may include data management software for tracking data, a probe holder, and some include a multilanguage interface and carrying case.
Multiparameter water quality meters are key tools for electrochemistry measurements.
Many environmental, laboratory, and research scientists rely on these water quality meters to take accurate and efficient measurements of many different substances simultaneously. The parameters most commonly measured include: pH, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, temperature, turbidity, depth, barometric pressure, and salinity.
These advanced water quality meters are often available with features not found on other equipment. Features that make them easy to use and highly functional include: large buttons, hands straps, long cables, probe storage, and rechargeable batteries. You may want to consider these features when selecting an instrument.
John Morris Scientific has a large variety of water quality meters from top manufacturers such as Oakton, Orion, WTW, Hach, Horiba, YSI. Please call our Technical Experts for free assistance selecting water quality meters for your application.
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