Ultrapens PTBT1 & PTBT2 Now In Stock

Posted by 19 Nov, 2014

Tweet                      ULTRAPEN PTBT1 Conductivity/TDS/Salinity Pen. Bluetooth enabled Pocket Testers for use with Apple iOS 6 and iOS 7 mobile devices. The ULTRAPEN PTBT1 is designed to be extremely accurate, fast and simple to use in diverse water quality applications. Advanced features include the ability to […]

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ULTRAPEN PTBT1 Conductivity/TDS/Salinity Pen.

Bluetooth enabled Pocket Testers for use with Apple iOS 6 and iOS 7 mobile devices. The ULTRAPEN PTBT1 is designed to be extremely accurate, fast and simple to use in diverse water quality applications. Advanced features include the ability to select from 3 different solution types that model the characteristics of the most commonly encountered types of water; proprietary temperature compensation and TDS conversion algorithms; highly stable microprocessor-based circuitry; user-intuitive design; and waterproof housing. A true, one-handed instrument, the PTBT1 is easy to calibrate and easy to use. To take a measurement, you simply press a button then dip the pen in solution. Results display in seconds.

ULTRAPEN PTBT2 pH and Temperature Pen.

The Myron L Ultrapen PT2 is an accurate, easy-to-use pH meter and temperature tester in s durable aircraft aluminum case. The Ultrapen PTBT2 has the same range and accuracy as an Ultrameter II but fits in your pocket. readings and calibration are easy. If you’re a pool service tech, hydroponics grower, or water quality consultant, you’ll love using the PTBT2…for a long time to come.

A free app takes advantage of Apple’s iOS graphical user interface to provide easy-to-read displays and a simple-to-use interface. The Bluetooth link means that there are no wires getting in the way when moving quickly between samples and that paired mobile devices can be held safely away from liquids.

Advanced features include: automatic temperature compensation; stable microprocessor-based circuitry; user-intuitive design and a rugged, waterproof housing.

The Ultrapen PTBT1 measures conductivity, total dissolved solids, salinity and temperature with three, selectable solution modes that model commonly encountered water types.

The Ultrapen PTBT2 measures pH and temperature with one, two and three-point calibration options.

With the Ultrapen OS app, each Ultrapen PTBTx can be given a unique name stored in the Ultrapen’s memory so it is easily identifiable no matter what mobile device is used. Measurement locations can be programmed as GPS locations that are automatically selected when the user is close to a specific measurement local, or non-GPS locations, which are ideal for applications where the sample sites are too close together for the GPS to discriminate.
Through the app, items such as Ultrapen settings, sample temperatures, Ultrapen name and measurement locations can be saved to the mobile device’s memory. Records can be exported via the mobile device’s email function as either .csv, .xls, .xlsx formatted files or using a proprietary, encrypted format. Stored measurements can be sorted or filtered and then emailed or deleted without affecting other records stored in the memory.

ULTRAPEN – PTBT1

Another significant advantage to the PTBT1 is there are no bothersome wires connecting your mobile device to the sensors. Not only is it less hassle to move quickly from sample to sample, but the paired mobile device can be held safely away from the liquid samples being measured.

Using PTBT1 mobile app’s GUI:

• Each PTBT1 can be given a unique, user programmable, 14-character name that is stored in the microprocessor onboard the PTBT1 so that it is easily identifiable no matter what mobile device it is used with.

• Locations can be programmed into the application, either as GPS related locations that are automatically selected whenever the user is close to a specific measurement local, but also as non-GPS related locations. This non-GPS location feature is ideal for applications, such as laboratory environments, where the user might want to distinguish between sample sites that are too close to each other for the GPS to discriminate.

• Each measurement can be saved to the mobile device’s memory. Saved records include measurement data, sensor settings, the temperature, the pen name, and the location.

• Records can be exported via your mobile device’s email function as either .csv, MS Excel .xls or .xlsx formatted files or using Myron L’s .mlc, proprietary, secure and encrypted format.

• Stored measurements can be easily sorted and/or filtered, and emailed separately or deleted without affecting other records stored in the device’s memory.

The PTBT1 combine highly accurate measurement capabilities with the most up to date GUI interface and computing power to provide a powerful tool for both field and laboratory applications.

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The app’s GUI allows the user to:
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Easily connect to any active ULTRAPEN PTBTx pocket tester by one-touch selection from a list of available testers. Connection screen ONLY shows PTBTx pocket testers and ignores other Bluetooth devices.

Download a 14 character name into each ULTRAPEN PTBTx so that it is easily identifiable no matter what mobile device it is used with.

Program locations either as GPS related locations (automatically selected whenever the user is close to a specific measurement local), but also as non-GPS related locations (ideal for applications where sample sites are too close to each other for the GPS to discriminate).

Store Measurement Data and Calibration History that include:
– Measurement Value.
– UltraPen ID / Name.
– Location (programmable as both GPS and Non-GPS related locations)

Data records are:
– Sortable
– Exportable in .xls; .xlsx, .csv format as well as an encrypted, secure Myron L Company proprietary format.
– Can be filtered so that subsets of records can be deleted or exported without affecting other records stored in the device’s memory.

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Advanced features include automatic temperature compensation; highly stable microprocessor-based circuitry; user-intuitive design; and waterproof housing. The PTBTx Pocket Testers are easy to calibrate and easy to use.

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PTBT1 – measures Conductivity, Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), Salinity, and Temperature, with the ability to select from three different solution types that model the characteristics of the most commonly encountered types of water.

PTBT2 – Measures pH and Temperature. Includes a sample and hold mode as well as a live measurements mode. Can be calibrated using 1, 2, and 3 point calibration options.

Future ULTRAPEN PTBTx pocket testers will include measurement of ORP, Free Chlorine and Dissolved Oxygen.

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Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

 

 

 

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The Ultrapen PTBT1: MyronLMeters.com

Posted by 26 Aug, 2014

Tweet MyronLMeters.com announces the arrival of a new product, the UltraPen PTBT1, Bluetooth enabled Pocket Tester for use with Apple iOS 6 and iOS 7 mobile devices, now in stock • Ultrapen PTBT1—Conductivity, Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), Salinity, and Temperature, with the ability to select from 3 different solution types that model the characteristics of […]

MyronLMeters.com announces the arrival of a new product, the UltraPen PTBT1, Bluetooth enabled Pocket Tester for use with Apple iOS 6 and iOS 7 mobile devices, now in stock

Ultrapen PTBT1—Conductivity, Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), Salinity, and Temperature, with the ability to select from 3 different solution types that model the characteristics of the most commonly encountered types of water.

The Ultrapen PTBT1 is accurate, reliable and easy to use in many water quality applications. Advanced features include automatic temperature compensation; highly stable microprocessor based circuitry; user-intuitive design; and waterproof housing. The Ultrapen PTBT1 Pocket Tester is easy to calibrate and easy to use.

The Ultrapen PTBT1 Pocket Tester replaces the standard LCD display of most pen-type meters, with a Bluetooth BLE transceiver that transmits measurements to any paired Apple iOS 6 or iOS 7 mobile device. The readings are displayed in large, easy-to-read characters via a free App specifically designed to take full advantage of the Apple iOS Graphical User Interface (GUI).

Using the Ultrapen PTBT1 mobile app’s interface:

• Each PTBT1 can be given a unique, user programmable, 14-character name that is stored in the microprocessor onboard the PTBT1 so that it is easily identifiable no matter what mobile device it is used with.

• Locations can be programmed into the application, either as GPS locations that are automatically selected whenever the user is close to a specific measurement locale, but also as non-GPS related locations. This non-GPS location feature is ideal for applications, such as laboratory environments, where there are sample sites too close to each other for the GPS to discriminate.

• Each measurement can be saved to the mobile device’s memory. Saved records include measurement data, sensor settings, the temperature, the pen name, and the location.

• Records can be exported via your mobile device’s email function as either .csv, MS Excel .xls or .xlsx formatted files or using Myron L’s .mlc, proprietary, secure and encrypted format.

• Stored measurements can be easily sorted and/or filtered, and emailed separately or deleted without affecting other records stored in the device’s memory.

The PTBT1 combines highly accurate measurement capabilities with the most up to date Graphical User interface and computing power to provide a powerful tool for both field and laboratory applications.

NOTE: PTBT2 = pH and Temperature, PTBT3 – ORP & Temperature, PTBT4 – Free Chlorine Equivalent (FCE ™) & Temperature models, and Android compatible application coming soon.

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New Ultrapen & Ultrameter Solution Sets: Myron L Meters

Posted by 15 Aug, 2014

Tweet              Myron L Meters has made it easy to get the right Ultrapen and Ultrameter solutions – now you can order every Myron L solution you need with one click. When you visit the Ultrameter II 6P  product page, you’ll now see the image above. When you click on the […]

Ultrameter II 6P Solution Set

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Myron L Meters has made it easy to get the right Ultrapen and Ultrameter solutions – now you can order every Myron L solution you need with one click.

When you visit the Ultrameter II 6P  product page, you’ll now see the image above. When you click on the VIEW DETAILS button, you go to the Ultrameter II 6P Calibration Solution Set page, where you can order your solutions without having to research them one by one.  Every solution you need for your Ultrameter and Ultrapen is right there on the product page, so make it easy on yourself and order your solutions when you buy your Myron L meter.

It’s never been easier.

 

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UltraEasy Ultrapens: Myron L Meters

Posted by 7 May, 2014

Tweet  Make your work life UltraEasy. The Benefits of an Ultrapen Portable, Durable, Accurate, and Easy Perfect for field testing. Same accuracy and range as an Ultrameter. Tough. Light. Use as backup for your Ultrameter, or as field replacement. Click Here to Find Your Ultrapen Now Your Ultrapen Options Ultrapens: PT1 (Conductivity, TDS, Salinity), PT2 (pH), […]

 


Make your work life UltraEasy.



The Benefits of an Ultrapen

Portable, Durable, Accurate, and Easy

Perfect for field testing.
Same accuracy and range as an Ultrameter.
Tough.
Light.
Use as backup for your Ultrameter, or as field replacement.

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Your Ultrapen Options

Ultrapens: PT1 (Conductivity, TDS, Salinity), PT2 (pH), PT3 (ORP), PT4 (Free Chlorine)

Ultrapen Sets: The Ultrapen Combo (1&2), The Ultrapen Set (1,2,3), The Ultrapen Complete (1,2,3,4), The Ultrapen Splash (for pool pros:1,2,4)

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Ultrapen PT2 pH Pen Product Overview – MyronLMeters.com

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New Ultrapen Resources: MyronLMeters.com

Posted by 8 Apr, 2014

Tweet  New Ultrapen Resources New Ultrapen Resources YouTube, Myron L Meters Blog, and Product Pages At Myron L Meters, we’ve been busy lately updating our YouTube Channel to bring you the latest product overviews, calibration, care and maintenance, and product features videos. We’ve been keeping them short and focused because we know you’re busy. We’re […]

 

New Ultrapen Resources


New Ultrapen Resources

YouTube, Myron L Meters Blog, and Product Pages

At Myron L Meters, we’ve been busy lately updating our YouTube Channel to bring you the latest product overviews, calibration, care and maintenance, and product features videos. We’ve been keeping them short and focused because we know you’re busy. We’re creating similar blog posts so you will always have your choice of video instruction overview and handy print reference. Have suggestions for videos?  Would you like a branded video for your company? Let us know at MyronLMeters@gmail.com.

Myron L Meters presents a review of the Ultrapen PT2 that measures pH. In this video, we cover the steps for measuring pH, changing the temperature setting, changing the pH measurement mode, and overall features.

Click to find out how!
“The Ultrapen PT2 is compact, reliable, easy to use and so far seems very durable while riding in its carry case between measurements. I use it daily and it reliably delivers PH and temperature.”
Calibration of the Ultrapen PT3 ORP Pen
The factory recommends calibrating twice a month, depending on usage. However, you should check the calibration whenever measurements are not as expected.
NOTE: If the measurement is NOT within calibration limits for any reason, “Error” will display. Check to make sure you are using a proper ORP calibration solution. If the solution is correct, clean the sensor as described im the manual under Routine Maintenance. (Reconditioning the sensor should not be necessary due to the high ionic strength of the calibration solutions.) Restart calibration.
NOTE: Small bubbles trapped in the sensor may give a false calibration. After calibration is completed, measure the ORP calibration solution again to verify correct calibration. Remember, in measurement mode you must manually correct for temperature variance from 25ºC. Example: At 25ºC, ORP2602OZ calibration solution will read 260mV; however, at 20.0ºC ORP2602OZ will read 265mV.
NOTE: If at any point during calibration, you do not submerge the sensor in solution
before the flashing slows, allow the PT3 to turn off and start over.
READ MORE
Our Ultrapen PT1 product overview video has been embedded on a Russian water products company website.


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You’ll find our complete selection of Ultrapens HERE.
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New Ultrapen Resources: MyronLMeters.com

Posted by 8 Apr, 2014

Tweet New Ultrapen Resources New Ultrapen Resources YouTube, Myron L Meters Blog, and Product Pages At Myron L Meters, we’ve been busy lately updating our YouTube Channel to bring you the latest product overviews, calibration, care and maintenance, and product features videos. We’ve been keeping them short and focused because we know you’re busy. We’re […]



New Ultrapen Resources


New Ultrapen Resources

YouTube, Myron L Meters Blog, and Product Pages

At Myron L Meters, we’ve been busy lately updating our YouTube Channel to bring you the latest product overviews, calibration, care and maintenance, and product features videos. We’ve been keeping them short and focused because we know you’re busy. We’re creating similar blog posts so you will always have your choice of video instruction overview and handy print reference. Have suggestions for videos?  Would you like a branded video for your company? Let us know at MyronLMeters@gmail.com.

Myron L Meters presents a review of the Ultrapen PT2 that measures pH. In this video, we cover the steps for measuring pH, changing the temperature setting, changing the pH measurement mode, and overall features.


Click to find out how!
“The Ultrapen PT2 is compact, reliable, easy to use and so far seems very durable while riding in its carry case between measurements. I use it daily and it reliably delivers PH and temperature.”
Calibration of the Ultrapen PT3 ORP Pen
The factory recommends calibrating twice a month, depending on usage. However, you should check the calibration whenever measurements are not as expected.
NOTE: If the measurement is NOT within calibration limits for any reason, “Error” will display. Check to make sure you are using a proper ORP calibration solution. If the solution is correct, clean the sensor as described im the manual under Routine Maintenance. (Reconditioning the sensor should not be necessary due to the high ionic strength of the calibration solutions.) Restart calibration.
NOTE: Small bubbles trapped in the sensor may give a false calibration. After calibration is completed, measure the ORP calibration solution again to verify correct calibration. Remember, in measurement mode you must manually correct for temperature variance from 25ºC. Example: At 25ºC, ORP2602OZ calibration solution will read 260mV; however, at 20.0ºC ORP2602OZ will read 265mV.
NOTE: If at any point during calibration, you do not submerge the sensor in solution
before the flashing slows, allow the PT3 to turn off and start over.READ MORE
Our Ultrapen PT1 product overview video has been embedded on a Russian water products company website.
Want to stay up-to-date with Myron L Meters products?  Check out our blog and subscribe to our YouTube Channel.  You’ll get the latest maintenance tips, product updates, and more…
Cool CustomersAt Myron L Meters, we think all of our customers are cool, but when this guy ordered an Ultrameter II 6P we thought it was VERY cool. Thank you, Jason Statham. It just goes to show you that – even if you’re expendable – you want your meter to last.
You’ll find our complete selection of Ultrapens HERE.
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Ultrapen PT2 Product Review – Myron L Meters

Posted by 6 Apr, 2014

TweetUltrapen PT2 product review. Myron L Meters presents a review of the Ultrapen PT2 that measures pH. In this video, we cover the steps for measuring pH, changing the temperature setting, changing the pH measurement mode, and overall features.Order the Ultrapen PT2 here: http://www.myronlmeters.com/Myron-L-PT2-Ultrapen-Multiparameter-pH-temperature-p/dh-up-pt2-ss.htm

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Ultrapen PT2 product review. Myron L Meters presents a review of the Ultrapen PT2 that measures pH. In this video, we cover the steps for measuring pH, changing the temperature setting, changing the pH measurement mode, and overall features.

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Ultrapen PT2 Product Review – Myron L Meters

Posted by 5 Apr, 2014

TweetUltrapen PT2 product review. Myron L Meters presents a review of the Ultrapen PT2 that measures pH. In this video, we cover the steps for measuring pH, changing the temperature setting, changing the pH measurement mode, and overall features. Order the Ultrapen PT2 here: http://www.myronlmeters.com/Myron-L-PT2-Ultrapen-Multiparameter-pH-temperature-p/dh-up-pt2-ss.htm

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Ultrapen PT2 product review. Myron L Meters presents a review of the Ultrapen PT2 that measures pH. In this video, we cover the steps for measuring pH, changing the temperature setting, changing the pH measurement mode, and overall features.

Order the Ultrapen PT2 here: http://www.myronlmeters.com/Myron-L-PT2-Ultrapen-Multiparameter-pH-temperature-p/dh-up-pt2-ss.htm

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Ultrapen PT3 ORP Pen Maintenance: MyronLMeters.com

Posted by 4 Apr, 2014

TweetMAINTENANCE Ultrapen PT3 ORP Pen I. Battery Replacement The PT3 display has a battery indicator that depicts the life remaining in the battery. When the indicator icon is at 3 bars, the battery is full. When the indicator icon falls to 1 bar, replace the battery with an N type battery.         […]

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how to maintain and clean orp sensor for the ultrapen pt3

MAINTENANCE Ultrapen PT3 ORP Pen
I. Battery Replacement
The PT3 display has a battery indicator that depicts the life remaining in the battery. When the indicator icon is at 3 bars, the battery is full. When the indicator icon falls to 1 bar, replace the battery with an N type battery.

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1. In a CLEAN DRY environment unscrew the PT3 battery cap in a counter- clockwise motion.
2. Slide the cap and battery housing out of the PT3.
3. Remove the depleted battery out of its housing.
4. Insert a new battery into the battery housing oriented with the negative end touching the spring.
5. Align the groove along the battery housing with the guide bump inside the PT3 case and slide the battery housing back in.
6. Screw the battery cap back on to the PT3 in a clockwise direction. Do not over tighten.

II. Routine Maintenance

1. ALWAYS rinse the ORP sensor with clean water after each use.
2. ALWAYS replace the soaker cap with sponge filled with Sensor Storage
Solution to prevent the sensor from drying out after each use.
3. Cleaning the sensor: The Myron L Company recommends cleaning your sensor every two weeks, however this depends on application and frequency of use. Indications of a dirty sensor are slower and/or erroneous readings. Always recondition your sensor after cleaning.
To clean your sensor, select one of the following methods:
a. Basic Cleaning:
Using a solution made of dish soap mixed with water and a cotton swab, gently clean the inside of the sensor body and platinum electrode, rinse thoroughly with clean water, then recondition the sensor.
b. Moderate Cleaning:
Using a paste made of Comet® cleanser mixed with water and a cotton swab, gently clean the inside of the sensor body and platinum electrode, rinse thoroughly with clean water, then recondition the sensor. (If Comet® Cleanser is not available, use another mildly abrasive household cleanser).
c. Deep Cleaning:
Using ORP electrode cleaning paper and water, gently clean the platinum electrode, rinse thoroughly with clean water, then recondition the sensor.
4. Reconditioning the sensor: For greatest accuracy and speed of response, the Myron L Company recommends reconditioning the sensor after cleaning.
To recondition the sensor:
Rinse the sensor thoroughly with clean water, then allow it to soak in Storage Solution for a minimum of 1 hour (for best results allow the sensor to soak in Storage Solution overnight).
5. Do not drop, throw, or otherwise strike the PT3. This voids the warranty.
6. Do not store the PT3 in a location where the ambient temperatures exceed its specified Operating/Storage Temperature limits.

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Ultrapen PT3 ORP Pen Features: MyronLMeters.com

Posted by 4 Apr, 2014

Tweet                    The ULTRAPEN™ PT3 ORP Pen is designed to be extremely accurate, fast, and simple to use in diverse water quality applications. Advanced features include highly stable microprocessor-based circuitry; automatic temperature compensation from 15ºC to 30ºC while in calibration mode; user-intuitive design; and waterproof housing. A […]

 

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The ULTRAPEN™ PT3 ORP Pen is designed to be extremely accurate, fast, and simple to use in diverse water quality applications. Advanced features include highly stable microprocessor-based circuitry; automatic temperature compensation from 15ºC to 30ºC while in calibration mode; user-intuitive design; and waterproof housing. A true one-handed instrument, the PT3 is easy to calibrate and easy to use. To take a measurement, you simply push a button then dip the PT3 in solution. Results display in seconds.

FEATURES
1. Push Button — turns PT3 on; selects mode and unit of measurement preferences.
2. Battery Cap — provides access to battery for replacement.
3. Pocket Clip — holds PT3 to shirt pocket for secure storage.
4. Battery Indicator — indicates life remaining in battery.
5. Display — displays measurements, menu options, battery indicator, and
firmware revision (during power-up).
6. LED Indicator Light — indicates when to dip PT3 in solution, when measurement is in progress, and when to remove PT3 from solution.
7. ORP Sensor — measures oxidation-reduction potential or redox of solution.
8. Soaker Cap — contains a sponge soaked with Sensor Storage Solution to maintain sensor hydration. To remove, twist soaker cap while pulling off. To replace, fi soaker cap with storage solution just until sponge is covered. Squeeze and release tip of soaker cap so sponge will saturate with solution, then pour out any excess solution. Twist soaker cap while pushing back on.
CAUTION: Do NOT overfill the soaker cap as solution can squirt out while you are
pushing the cap back on.
9. Scoop — used to hold sample solution when dipping is not possible. To install, push scoop onto sensor while shifting side-to-side. To remove, pull scoop off while shifting side-to-side. Verify ORP sensor r
into PT3. If not, reinstall per ORP Sen page 5. To use, pour solution into scoop or hold scoop directly under a vertical stream to collect sample.
10. Holster — feed belt through strap in back of holster for hands-free portability.
11. Lanyard — attach through hole in top of pocket clip.
12. ORP Electrode Cleaning Paper — for deep cleaning the platinum electrode.

Technical Specs

ORP Range: -1000 mV to +1000 mV
ORP Accuracy: ± 10 mV
ORP Resolution: 1 mV ORP
Temperature Range: 0 – 71° C / 32 – 160° F
Temperature Accuracy: ± 0.1 ºC / ± 0.1 ºF
Temperature Resolution: 0.1ºC/0.1ºF
Time to Reading Stabilization: 10-45 seconds
Power Consumption: Active Mode 37 mA, Sleep Mode 2 μA
Temperature Compensation: Automatic In Calibration Mode From 15ºC to 30ºC
Physical Dimensions: 17,15 cm L x 1,59 cm D or 6.75 in. L x .625 in. D
Weight: 50,4 g / 1.78 oz. (without soaker cap and lanyard)
Case Material: Anodized Aircraft Aluminum with Protective Coating
Battery: One N type, Alkaline, 1.5V
Calibration Solutions: ORP80, ORP260, ORP470
Operating/Storage Temperature: 0 – 55ºC or 32 – 131ºF
Enclosure Ratings: IP67 and NEMA6
EN61236-1: 2006 – Annex A: 2008: Electrostatic discharge to the PT3 may cause it to spontaneously turn on. If this occurs, the PT3 will turn off.

* Temperature compensation in calibration mode: Temperature affects the reaction potentials for all chemicals differently. True ORP is the direct measurement of electron activity during an oxidation-reduction reaction, regardless of temperature. However, for maximum accuracy and ease of calibration, the Myron L Company has developed three calibration solutions with known dissolved species. We derived the temperature compensation (from 15ºC to 30ºC) for those solutions, and embedded automatic temperature compensation into the calibration function of your PT3. Note: To verify calibration while in measurement mode, you must manually correct for any variation in temperature. Example: @25ºC, ORP2602OZ calibration solution will read 260mV, however @ 20.0ºC ORP2602OZ will read 265mV.

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