It is designed to be both rugged and easy to operate, making it the perfect tool for field environmental monitoring. This instrument is ideal for measuring the water quality in water treatment plants, discharge & drainage water, surface water (e.g. lakes, rivers and sea), groundwater and aquaculture.
The control unit features a shock-resistant casing which can display the following parameters on-screen simultaneously: pH, oxidation reduction potential (ORP), dissolved oxygen (DO), conductivity, salinity, total dissolved solids (TDS), seawater specific gravity, temperature, turbidity and water depth.
The user can choose a 2m, 10m or 30m cable length. The cable can be easily connected and disconnected using the quick connect fitting. A GPS option is also available on the U-52G and U-53G models to track the locations of field measurement data.
The meter is designed for single-handed operation of all functions and has an easy-to-read backlit LCD screen, providing on-screen display of the measured parameters, the battery power, GPS, USB connectivity, probe unit connectivity and on-screen instructions.
HORIBA U-50’s auto-calibration facilitates trouble-free calibration of conductivity, pH, DO, depth and turbidity which can be done with a single calibration solution and with the press of a single button.
Some additional features included in the U-50 series sensor probe are: chemical resistant materials and construction, field replaceable sensors, an ultra-sensitive turbidity sensor (high sensitivity available for U-53 and U-53), a dissolved oxygen sensor with screw-on-type membrane cap (requiring minimal maintenance) and an optional, extremely durable ToupH pH electrode.
Data management features of the U-50 include an auto-hold function to freeze average data values so they can be transcribed easily, a diagnostic function which notifies the user of errors, selective measurement units so the operator can report data without converting units and a USB connection for interface through a computer. The data acquisition software is provided free of charge.
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