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Hanna precision pH meter

Model pH 211

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feature   calibration manual one- or two-point; offset and slope calibration settings are displayed − an excellent teaching aid
  pH calibration automatic 1 or 2 points with 5 memorized buffers (pH 4.01, 6.86, 7.01, 9.18, 10.01)
  temp. compensation automatic (with probe HI 7669/2W) or manual from 0-100 °C
  temp. probe HI 7669/2W with 1 m cable included
  temperature compensation 0 ‑ 100 °C (manual)
mfr. no.   Model pH 211
measuring range   −1999-1999 mV voltage, resolution: 1 mV
  0-14 pH, resolution: 0.01
  0.0-100.0 °C temperature, accuracy: 0.5 °C, resolution: 0.1 °C
  0.00-14.00 pH, accuracy: 0.01, resolution: 0.01 pH unit
  ±1999 mV2, accuracy: 1 mV, resolution: 1 mV, (ORP)
  ±399.9 mV mV1, accuracy: 0.1 mV, resolution: 0.1 mV, (ISE)
L × W × H   240 mm × 182 mm × 74 mm

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Similar to the pH 210 model, but it also measures mV in two ranges of ±399.9 and ±1999 mV in conjunction with ISE and ORP electrodes.
HI 1131B combination pH electrode, glass, interchangeable, BNC connector, 1 m cable included

Includes a 12 VDC adaptor, for Europe this will be fitted with a 2-pin Europlug.

Product does not include the electrode arm pictured.

Help in selecting the correct electrode can be viewed at Electrode Selection Guide
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