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Jenway 3205 Portable Combined pH and Ion Meter

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• Combined pH and ion portable, waterproof meter
• Ammonium, calcium, chloride, fluoride and nitrate ion measurements
• Up to 2 point pH and 5 point ion calibration
• Automatic buffer recognition
• Fully GLP compliant
• RS232 interface using optional cradle
• 6 language options

The 3205 portable ion meter is dedicated to the rapid, easy and reliable determinations of ammonium, calcium, chloride, fluoride and nitrate ions with concentrations displayed in mg/l, ppm, %, moles, activity or no units. When performing dedicated ion analysis appropriate ATC parameters will be automatically selected and when combined with the very stable electrode readings all calibrations can be performed in the laboratory prior to analysis in the field. Although customised for dedicated ion analysis the 3205 can also perform measurements of pH, mV and other, non-dedicated ion measurements.

Product Jenway 3205 Portable Combined pH and Ion Meter
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Catalog Number 539 501
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Bibby Scientific Limited, Beacon Road, Stone, Staffordshire ST15 0SA, UK

Tel: +44 (0) 1785 812 121
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Email: info@bibby-scientific.com



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