LAMOTTE COMPANY SALT/TDS/TEMPERATURE/EC POCKETESTER TRACER (1749)
$204.70

SKU:

1749

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PRODUCT INFO

The LaMotte Company Salt/TDS/Temperature/EC Pocketester Tracer, identified by the model number 1749, is a versatile and portable handheld instrument designed for measuring various water quality parameters, including salt levels, total dissolved solids (TDS), temperature, and electrical conductivity (EC). Manufactured by LaMotte Company, a trusted name in water analysis and testing equipment, the Pocketester Tracer is a valuable tool for professionals and enthusiasts alike. It provides accurate and convenient on-the-spot measurements for assessing water quality in a wide range of applications, from pools and spas to environmental monitoring.

Key Features:

  • Multiple Parameter Measurement: The Pocketester Tracer is capable of measuring multiple parameters, including salt levels, TDS, temperature, and EC, offering comprehensive water quality assessment.
  • Pocket-Sized Design: This handheld instrument is compact and easily fits into a pocket, making it a portable solution for on-site water testing.
  • High Accuracy: LaMotte Company is known for producing highly accurate and reliable testing equipment, ensuring precise measurements.
  • User-Friendly Interface: The Pocketester Tracer features an intuitive user interface with a digital display for easy parameter reading.
  • Versatile Application: Suitable for a wide range of applications, from testing pool and spa water quality to assessing environmental water conditions.
  • Convenient Temperature Measurement: The device also measures water temperature, providing valuable information for water quality assessment.
  • Durable Build: LaMotte's testing equipment is designed for durability and long-lasting performance, even in demanding conditions.

Usage:

  1. Ensure that the Pocketester Tracer is properly calibrated and ready for use according to the manufacturer's guidelines.
  2. Collect a water sample from the area you want to test.
  3. Immerse the instrument's probe into the water sample, ensuring it is fully submerged.
  4. Allow the device to stabilize, and the digital display will provide readings for the selected parameter, whether it's salt, TDS, temperature, or EC.
  5. Record and interpret the measurements to assess the water quality and make any necessary adjustments or treatments.

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