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Jenway 3520 Bench pH Meter

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• Ideal for quality control and GLP applications
• Up to 3 decimal place resolution
• 1, 2 or 3 point pH calibration
• Automatic or manual buffer selection
• Multiple language options
• Storage of up to 500 results
• RS232 connection to printer or PC or infra red (IrDA) communication
• GLP compliant

The 3520 dynamic pH/mV meter offers research grade specifications with a comprehensive range of features and functions, making it suitable for the broadest range of research, general laboratory, QC and GLP based applications. The built in data logger can store, print or output readings based on a wide range of trigger options, making this model suitable for monitoring and controlling pH levels.

Product Jenway 3520 Bench pH Meter
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Catalog Number 352 001
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Bibby Scientific Limited, Beacon Road, Stone, Staffordshire ST15 0SA, UK

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