The CDH-93 resistivity and conductivity meter uses advanced automatic frequency conversion and booster technology to keep the electrode constant the same in different solution strengths. It can meet measuring accuracy in the whole range of this electrode by using only the one-point calibration function. The result is the high performance and the lowest cost.
Specifications Range Conductivity: 5 to 50.0µ S/cm, 50 to 500µ S/cm, 0.5 to 5.00 mS/cm, 5.0 to 50.0 mS/cm Resistivity: 2 to 20 M?-cm TDS: 0 to 35.0 g/L Salinity: 0 to 25.0 ppt Temperature: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F) Accuracy: Conductivity/Resistivity: ±1.0% full scale temperature; ±0.5°C ATC Range: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F) Calibration: One-point calibration (1413µ S/cm) Power: Two (2) CR2032 3V lithium ion batteries (included) IP Standard: Waterproof and dustproof meets NEMA 6 (IP57) standard Auto Power Off: After 10 minutes (override available) Dimensions: Meter: 148 L × 29 W × 14 mm D (5.82 x 1.14 x 0.55") Carrying Case: 168 L × 96 W × 28 mm D (6.61 x 3.78 x 1.10") Weight with Case: 178 g (6.28 oz)
Rated 4 out of
Good Tool. Poor instructions. So-so support.This will be a good tool for the intended purposes. It is easy to use and appears accurate and durable, but the documentation that comes with it is very meager. I called with a few questions. One was answered other wasn't. Didn't receive a return call or a response to an online support question submitted as a follow up.
My sample I need to test, should I dilute it? The product is 'syrup' thick.
Asked by: AnnaLynne
Thank you for your inquiry. Please contact our Flow Engineering department with this request as they will need some more information about your application before advising whether dilution is necessary. You can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Answered by: AS Engineer
Date published: 2019-09-18
Hi! Is the minimum resistivity 2 ohms or 2M ohms?
Asked by: SHERRI
Thank you for your question.
The minimum resistivity is 2 M ohms.
Answered by: Application Engineer HB
Date published: 2019-06-25
Do you sell a meter that can read 500 ohms to 20 Megohms?