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BENCHTOP PH METER CE

$1,070.00

Item# PHB-357

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1-9 $1,070.00
10-24 $1,016.50
25-49 $995.10
50-99 $952.30
100-199 $930.90
200+ $909.50

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BENCHTOP PH METER CE PHB-357 PHB-357
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  • Microprocessor-Based
  • Splashproof Keypad
  • Recorder Output
  • Display Hold
  • Automatic Buffer Recognition and Calibration
  • Suitable for Ion Selective Measurements

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The Model PHB-357 microprocessor-based, benchtop meter brings very accurate pH and mV measurements to the laboratory. Useful design features include automatic buffer recognition, automatic calibration, recorder output for permanent recordkeeping, splashproof keypad to prevent damage from spills, display hold function and 9 V battery memory back-up. With 0.1 mV resolution, this versatile instrument can also perform ion selective measurements. It operates on either 115 Vac line power or a 9 V battery. Supplied with the PHB-357 meter is an epoxy-bodied general purpose pH electrode, a temperature probe and an ac power adaptor.

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What is either the amps or wattage consumption needed for this device?

Asked by: Adrian B
Thank you for your inquiry, Please email that same question to flow@omega.com and will need to consult with the design team about the correct consumption. For the time being, via a 9V battery, the current draw is approximately, 500 mA per hour.
Answered by: JC ENGR
Date published: 2020-02-26
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