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OxyGuard Handy pH Meter

£606.00 (ex. VAT)
SKU OX-H04PP

The OxyGuard Handy pH is a hand-held, pocket size pH or Redox meter designed for use in demanding, wet environments. The meter itself and the electrode assembly are waterproof. This instrument does not suffer from the classical problems associated with pH meters – the Handy pH is sealed so that water cannot enter the top of the electrode or the electronics. You can drop it into the water without damaging it!In the Handy pH these advantages are combined with microprocessor technology to give an instrument that is exceptionally easy to use.

Hand-held pH meter for demanding, wet environments The OxyGuard Handy pH is a hand-held, pocket size pH/redox meter designed for use in demanding, wet environments. The meter itself and the electrode assembly are waterproof. This instrument does not suffer from the classical problems associated with pH meters - the Handy pH is sealed so that water cannot enter the top of the electrode or the electronics. You can drop it into the water without damaging it!

Tried-and-tested construction uses standard buffer solutions available anywhere. Fixed cable with waterproof cable glands - no connector problems. Electrode assembly with hermetically sealed preamplifier eliminates electrical noise and moisture problems. The electrode can be exchanged in a few seconds. Large, stable display with "low batt" indicator. 500 hours continuous operation from a standard 9V battery. Easy temperature compensation - just set the dial! Comes complete with carrying pouch and 2 bottles of buffer solution. Also measures redox - just fit a redox electrode, switch to "Redox" and measure.

Measuring range, pH: pH 0.00 to 14.00

Measuring range, redox: 0-1999 mV, positive or negative

Temperature compensation range: 0 - 50°C

Cable length: 1.5 meters

Operating conditions: 0 - 50°C

At Sterner we have a team of fully trained engineers on hand to service, repair and calibrate your handheld oxygen meters to ensure they're working accurately year round.

The service starts with a thorough inspection of the instrument to pickup on any faults there might be with the unit. This includes checking both temperature and oxygen reading against a calibrated reference unit to ensure accuracy. If there are no faults, the unit will then be renovated, calibrated and a calibration certificate will be produced.

If there are faults with the meter and it needs parts, you will receive a quotation for repairing it before any work is carried out.

Overview of service:

  • Initial inspection
  • Renovation
  • Calibration (incl certificate)