Cole-Parmer C100 Conductivity Meter with K =1 Probe, Handheld 59200-08

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Cole-Parmer Item # EW-59200-08
Convenient auto-ranging of conductivity with temperature measurements
  • Economical alternative for basic conductivity measurements
  • Four conductivity measurement ranges between 0 and 200 mS
  • IP67 waterproof rating
  • Protective rubber boot with convenient fold-out stand

$288.00USD / Each

$62.00 - $134.00USD / Each

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$62.00USD / Each
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$134.00USD / Each
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SPECS & DESCRIPTION

Specifications & Description

  • Meter TypePortable
  • Display typeLCD
  • CalibrationOne point per range, four
  • Min Conductivity0 to 200 mS
  • Conductivity Accuracy±1% 1 digit
  • Min TDS0 to 100 ppt
  • Min Salinity0 to 100 ppt
  • Salinity Accuracy±1% ±1 digit
  • Temperature compensationAutomatic or manual
  • Width (cm)8.5725
  • Height (cm)2.38125
  • Width (in)3 3/8
  • Length (in)7 3/4
  • Height (in)15/16
  • DescriptionConductivity Meter with K =1 Probe, Handheld 59200-08

Includes

conductivity cell (part number 59200-09; K=1.0), protective rubber boot with stand, and batteries.

Key Features

  • Economical alternative for basic conductivity measurements
  • Four conductivity measurement ranges between 0 and 200 mS
  • IP67 waterproof rating
  • Protective rubber boot with convenient fold-out stand

More About this Item

The Cole-Parmer C100 meter measures conductivity, TDS, and salinity with temperature readout. Calibrate up to four points; one point for each of the four measurement ranges. Automatic or manual temperature compensation.

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  • Q:

    Hello,

    Can this unit measure the conductivity of engine oils?

    Thanks
    Asked on 2/24/2016 by James from CA

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    • STAFF EXPERT

      A:

      As long as the oil is within the range and temperature of the probe, this should work great!

      Answered on 2/25/2016 by Anthony from Technical Support
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