Eutech DO 2700 Dissolved Oxygen Meter
DO 2700 dissolved oxygen bench meter - dissolved oxygen meter for laboratory applications.
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About DO2700 Dissolved Oxygen Meter
This product listing is for the Eutech DO2700 Dissolved Oxygen Meter.
This Dissolved Oxygen Meter has the following features:
- Comes with a really useful self stirring probe - ideal for dissolved oxygen applications in the laboratory
- Measures Dissolved Oxygen in % saturation, ppm, mg/L at .5 % full scale accuracy
- Automatic calibration at 100%
- Accurate readings in varying conditions with temperature, salinity & barometric pressure compensation
- Memory holds up to 500 points
- Easy transfer to computer
- Cal-due alarm
- Auto logging function
- Alarm alerts when reading falls out of range
- Password protected
- Environmental Studies
- Wastewater & Water treatment
- Ecological Studies
DO2700 Dissolved Oxygen Meter Specifications
|Range||0.00 to 50.00 mg/L|
|Accuracy||.5 % full scale|
|% Saturation Of Oxygen|
|Range||0 to 600.0 %|
|Accuracy||.5 % full scale|
|Range||0 to 50.0 ppt|
|Barometric Pressure Correction|
|Range||450 to 825 mmHg (automatic)|
|Method||Automatic correction with built-in sensor|
|Range||0.0 to 50.0 / 32.0 to 122.0|
|Resolution||0.1 / 0.1|
|Accuracy||.3 / .5|
|Power Requirements||9 V DC adapter, 1.3 A (100/240 VAC, SMPS)|
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