Please note: These procedures apply to Ultrameters, Pool Pros, Tech Pros, and D-4 and D-6 dialysate meters.
Measuring Conductivity & TDS
1. Rinse cell cup 3 times with sample to be measured. (This conditions
the temperature compensation network and prepares the cell.)
2. Refill cell cup with sample.
3. Press COND or TDS.
4. Take reading. A display of [- - - -] indicates an over range condition.
Resistivity is for low conductivity solutions. In a cell cup the value may drift from trace contaminants or absorption from atmospheric gasses, so measuring a flowing sample is recommended.
1. Ensure pH protective cap is secure to avoid contamination.
2. Hold instrument at 30° angle (cup sloping downward).
3. Let sample flow continuously into conductivity cell with no aeration.
4. Press RES key; use best reading.
NOTE: If reading is lower than 10 kilohms display will be dashes: [ - - - - ]. Use Conductivity.
If you have further questions, please watch our Ultrameter 6P product overview video here: http://blog.myronlmeters.com/ultrameter-ii-product-review/
IV. AFTER USING THE ULTRAMETER II
Maintenance of the Conductivity Cell
Rinse out the cell cup with clean water. Do not scrub the cell. For oily films, squirt in a foaming non-abrasive cleaner and rinse. Even if a very active chemical discolors the electrodes, this does not affect the accuracy; leave it alone.
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