Fuss-free pH Measurement
Sep 04 2008 Read 1190 Times
Eutech Instruments (Singapore) has launched a new series of economy pocket testers, the EcoTestr pH 1 and pH 2.
Powered by microprocessor technology, this new range of value-for-
money testers is designed for hassle-free pH measurements. Three simple buttons control all functions in the testers – to measure, simply dip sensor in sample and wait for reading to stabilise; calibration is a
mere button-press away with the auto-buffer recognition and autocalibration
features; temperature changes are automatically detected and compensated for with the Automatic Temperature Compensation function (available in EcoTestr pH 2 only); each EcoTestr pH 1 or pH 2 even comes with a sensor cap that doubles up as a sample or calibration cup.
Competitively-priced, the EcoTestr pH 1 and pH 2 compromise nothing when it comes to user-friendly features, reliability and accuracy. “The EcoTestr pH 1 and pH 2 concentrates on the core functions of a pH tester rather than features that are used only in applications with advanced pH monitoring requirements. This allows us to present a tester series that gives accurate pH measurements with lots of convenient features, and at an attractive price point,” said Bhaskar Narayanan, Vice-President & General Manager, Water Analysis Instruments.
EcoTestr pH 1 and pH 2 are only two testers of Eutech`s new economy tester line. Users can look forward to more releases within this series in the coming months.
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