3 in 1 Water Quality Tester TDS/EC

3 in 1 Water Quality Tester TDS/EC
Stock Number: 35672 TE
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 Number of Reviews: 4
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Pen type water quality tester with automatic temperature compensation.
Detects: TDS Total Dissolved Solids, EC Conductivity & C/F Temperature
Features; Hold function, Auto shutdown (~5min)
4 Display Modes:
TDS & Deg. "C"
TDS & Deg. "F"
EC & Deg. "C"
EC & Deg. "F"
Measuring range:
Conductivity: 0 - 9999 us/cm (micro siemens/centimeter)
TDS: 0-9999 ppm
Celsius: 0.1 80.0 C
Fahrenheit: 32.0 176.0 F
Accuracy: 2%
Power: 1x CR2032 Lithium Coin Cell
Includes Soft fabric pouch
L: 6" W: 1-3/16" T: 9/16" WT: .15

California Proposition 65 Warning WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects and/or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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Dropping my rating of this item
After more experience with this item Im lowering my rating. This meter is grossly non-linear. Ive tested it with 1413 uS and about 400 uS cal solutions and the values are wildly off at higher levels. That said, at lower levels of fresh water streams the results are better than most test strips. The temperature readings are off as much as 4C near freezing.
- Tom, VA
Highly recommend
This little guy is one of my best buys. I very highly recommend this. It is very easy to use. Honestly one of the best buys I have made. Shouldve bought this a long time ago.
- B, CA
Highly recommended.
This 3-in-1 is very easy to use. It only takes a few seconds to know the results. It will tell you if the water filter is reached its limits and needs to be changed.
- S M, IL
Functions well but not accurate
This meter gives stable and consistent readings but mine reads much lower than it should. I just had a chance to compare it to a YSI-Pro meter. The pocket meter EC readings need to be multiplied by 1.43 to be correct, and the temperature reads 4 C low. I suggest calibrating it.
- Tom, VA