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GAOTek Water Quality Meter with 8 Measure Modes (Auto Temp)

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Overview

GAOTek Water Quality Meter with 8 Measure Modes (Auto Temp) to measure the Resistivity, pH, Conductivity, ORP, Salinity, Ion concentration, TDS and Dissolved Oxygen of the liquids. The device is equipped with a clear and bright LCD display that is used to display measured values, mode indicators and help message. It provides the expanded memory storage and recalls up to 500 readings. This high-performance instrument supports built-in real time clock to stamp the stored data and complies with GLP standard. It also provides the calibration due reminder to calibrate the meter regularly.

Key Features 

  • Clear and bright LCD display used to display measured values, mode indicators and help message.
  • Automatic Temperature Compensation provides accurate reading over the entire range.
  • Calibration Due Reminder prompts the user to calibrate the meter regularly.
  • Stability indicator automatically displays current measurement status.
  • Auto-Hold function freezes stable measured value for easy viewing and recording.
  • Automatic electrode diagnosis shows zero point offset and slope of the electrode.
  • Selectable temperature unit (°C or °F) meets different application requirements.
  • Manual temperature calibration corrects temperature deviation.
  • Reset feature automatically resumes all parameters back to factory default settings.
  • Help message as an operational guide that helps you quickly begin using the meter.
  • System menu allows setting the 15 parameters, including the number of calibration points, resolution, stability condition, measurement unit, etc.
  • Expanded memory stores and recalls up to 500 readings.
  • Built-in real-time clock stamps stored data to meet GLP standard.
  • Stored data can be transferred to computer by USB communication interface.
  • Multi-mode power scheme (battery, power adapter, computer’s USB port).

Technical Specifications

pH
Range -2.000 pH to 20.000 pH
Accuracy ± 0.002 pH
Resolution 0.1 pH, 0.01 pH, 0.001 pH (Selectable)
Calibration Points 1 to 5 points
Temperature Compensation 14 ˚F ~ 212 ˚F (0 ˚C ~ 100 ˚C)
Compensation Mode Manual or Automatic
Calibration Solutions USA, NIST, DIN or User-defined
mV
Range -1999.9 mV to 1999.9 mV
Accuracy ± 0.2 mV
Resolution 0.1 mV, 1 mV (Selectable)
Calibration Range ± 200 mV
Calibration Points 1 point (only for relative mV mode)
Ion
Range 0.001 ppm~19999 ppm, mg/L, mol/L (Depending on range of ISE)
Accuracy ±0.5% F.S (Monovalent), ±1% F.S (Divalent)
Resolution 0.001, 0.01, 0.1, 1
Calibration Points 2 to 5 points
Calibration Solutions 0.001, 0.01, 0.1, 1, 10, 100, 1000, 10000 ppm, mol/L, mg/L
Temperature Compensation 32 °F ~ 212 °F (0 °C ~ 100 °C)
Compensation Mode Manual or Automatic
Conductivity
Range 0 µS/cm to 20 µS/cm

200 µS/cm

2000 µS/cm

20.00 mS/cm

200.0 mS/cm

Accuracy ±0.5 % F.S
Calibration Points 1 to 5 points
Calibration Solutions 10 µS/cm, 84 µS/cm, 1413 µS/cm, 12.88 mS/cm, 111.8 mS/cm
Temperature Compensation 32 °F ~ 212 °F (0 °C ~ 100 °C), Manual or Automatic
Temperature Coefficient 0.0%~10.0%/°C
Compensation Modes Linear or Pure Water
Cell Constant K=0.1, 1, 10
Normalization Temperature 68 ˚F (20 °C) or 77 ˚F (25 °C)
TDS
Range 0 ppt ~ 100 ppt (Max. 200 ppt, depending on factor setting)
Accuracy ±1% F.S
TDS Factor 0.1~1.0 (Default 0.5)
Salinity
Range 0 ppt to 10 ppt (Max 80 ppt)
Accuracy ± 1 % F.S
Measurement Modes Seawater or Practical salinity
Resistivity
Range 0 mΩ to 100 mΩ
Accuracy ± 1 % F.S
Resolution 0.01, 0.1, 1
Dissolved Oxygen
Range 0.00 mg/L ~ 20.00 mg/L (or ppm)
Accuracy ± 0.2 mg/L
Calibration Points 1 or 2 points
Resolution 0.01 mg/L
Pressure Correction 60 kPa ~ 112.5 kPa, 450 mmHg ~ 850 mmHg
Salinity Correction 0 g/L ~ 50 g/L
Temperature Compensation 32 ˚F ~ 122 ˚F (0 ˚C ~ 50 ˚C)
% Saturation of Oxygen
Range 0.0 % ~ 200.0 %
Accuracy ± 2.0 %
Resolution 0.1, 1 %
Temperature
Range 32 ˚F ~ 221 ˚F (0 ˚C ~ 105 ˚C)
Accuracy ± 0.5 °C, ± 0.9 °F
Resolution 32.18 °F (0.1 °C)
Calibration Points 1 point
Calibration Range ± 50 °F (± 10 °C) measured value
General Specification
Output USB communication interface
Connector BNC, 6-pin mini plug
Memory Up to 500 sets
Calibration Due 0 to 31 days
Hold Function Manual or Automatic
Power Off Manual or Automatic (10, 20, 30 minutes)
Stability Conditions Low or High
Reset Function Yes
Power Requirements 3×1.5 V “AA” batteries
Battery Life 150 hours approximately
Dimensions 6.7 in × 3.35 in × 1.18 in (170 mm × 85 mm × 30 mm)
Weight 10.58 oz. (300 g)

ACCESSORIES:

  • pH Electrode
  • Conductivity Electrode
  • Dissolved Oxygen Probe
  • Temperature Probe
  • pH Buffer Pouches (pH 4.01, 7.00, 10.01)
  • DO Electrolyte Solution
  • DO Membrane Cap
  • Batteries

Display
This device is equipped with a clear and bright LCD display that shows measured values, mode indicators and help messages.

Keypad

The meter has a succinct membrane keypad, names, and symbols describe the each function key controls.

Key Description
MEAS|
  •  Power the meter ON/OFF.
  •  Freezes the measured value on the display, press the key again to resume measuring.
  •  In the calibration or setting mode, exits current mode and returns to measurement.
MODE|°C
  •  Toggles between available measurements modes (pH, mV, ORP, Ion, Conductivity, TDS, Salinity, Resistivity and DO).
  • Press and hold the key to enter temperature setting mode.
CAL|
  • Press the key to enter the calibration mode.
  • Press and hold the key to enter the setup menu.
MI||▲
  • Press the key to store current measured value.
  • Press ▲  key in setup mode to scroll up through the menu.
  • Press ▲ key in temperature setting mode to increase the setting value.
MR|▼
  • Press the key to view calibration report or stored data.
  •  Press ▼ key in setup mode to scroll down through the menu.
  • Press ▼  key in temperature setting mode to decrease the setting value.
ENTER|
  • Confirms the calibration, setting value or displayed option.
  •  Press and hold the key to turn On/Off the backlight.

Connectors
This instrument provides 3 connectors for connecting the various types of sensors. Listed in the below table are the details of these connectors.

No Connector Function
1 BNC Connector For connecting the pH, ORP or Ion Selective Electrodes
2 Phone Jack For connecting the temperature probe
3 6-pin connector For connecting the conductivity electrode or dissolved oxygen probe

Inserting the Batteries

  • Before using the meter, insert three 1.5 V “AA” alkaline batteries into the battery compartment, follow the procedure outlined below.
  • Remove the battery cover from meter’s backside.

  • Insert the batteries into the battery compartment, note polarity.
  • Replace the battery cover into its original position. Installation is completed.

Connecting the Sensor

Take out the sensor from the carrying case.

FOR THE pHp,ORP OR ION SELECTIVE ELECTRODES:
Insert the BNC connector into corresponding connector socket. Rotate and push the connector clockwise until it locks.

FOR THE CONDUCTIVITY ELECTRODE OR DISSOLVED OXYGEN PROBE:

  1. Insert the 6-pin connector into corresponding connector socket, ensure the connector is fully seated.
  2. After the connection is completed, DO NOT pull on the sensor cord. Always make sure that the connector is clean and dry.

Preparing the pH Buffer Solutions
The device is packaged with three pH buffer packets required for calibration.

  1. Open the pH7.00 buffer packet, place the powder into a 250 ml volumetric flask. Pour distilled water 250 ml to scale line, mix the solution until reagent is completely dissolved.
  2. Preparation of pH4.01 and 10.01 standard buffer solutions are the same as above.
  3. Prepared standard buffer solutions should be stored in hermetically sealed glass containers

Refilling Electrolyte Solution for DO Probe

  1. Unscrew the membrane cap from the bottom of the dissolved oxygen probe.
  2. Fill the membrane cap halfway with an electrolyte solution.
  3. Screw the membrane cap onto the probe, excess electrolyte will drain out.
  4. Be sure the cathode of the probe makes contact with membrane cap, the electrolyte solution in membrane cap should be without an air bubble.

Prior to Use
Remove the protective cap from the bottom of the sensor.

FOR THE pH ELECTRODE:
If the glass sensitive membrane on the electrode dries out, soak the electrode in 3 M KCl solution or tap water for at least 15 minutes. DO NOT use distilled or deionized water, it will shorten the life of the sensor.

FOR THE ORP ELECTRODE:
Soak the electrode in 3 M KCl solution or tap water for 5 minutes.

FOR THE ION SELECTIVE ELECTRODES:
Soak the electrode in the diluted standard solution (e.g., 100 ppm) for at least 15 minutes.

FOR THE CONDUCTIVITY ELECTRODE:
Soak the electrode for a few minutes in tap water to remove dirt and oil stains on the electrode.

FOR THE DISSOLVED OXYGEN PROBE:
Connecting the probe to meter, turn on the meter 10 to 15 minutes and wait for the probe to polarize.

Power On/Off

  1. Press MEAS key to turn on the meter, the display shows measured values, mode indicators and help messages.
  2. Press and hold the MEAS key for 3 seconds, the meter will turn off.
  3. If you do not press any key within the specified time period, the meter will turn off automatically.

 Setup Menu

This device contains an integrated setup menu that allows you to customize each displayed option to meet measurement requirements. In the different modes, the meter will show the corresponding options. For the general options, once it is changed that will be applied to all modes.

pH Mode

PARAMETER DESCRIPTION OPTIONS DESCRIPTION DEFAULT
bUF pH Buffers:

Select your desired pH buffer group for calibration and auto-recognition.

 USA USA (1.68, 4.01, 7.00, 10.01, 12.45)
 nIST NIST (1.68, 4.01, 6.96, 9.18, 12.45)
 dIN DIN (1.09, 4.65, 6.79, 9.23, 12.75)
 USEr User-Defined Buffer
 CAL Calibration Points:

Select the number of calibration points you intend to calibrate the meter.

 1 1 point
 2 2 points
 3 3 points
 4 4 points
 5 5 points
 rESO Resolution:

Sets the resolution for pH measurement.

 0.001 0.001 pH
 0.01 0.01 pH
 0.1 0.1 pH
 UNIT Measurement Unit:

Sets the default temperature unit.

 °C Degrees Celsius
 °F Degrees Fahrenheit

ORP MODE:

PARAMETER DESCRIPTION OPTIONS DESCRIPTION DEFAULT

rESO

Resolution:

Sets the resolution for ORP measurement.

      0.1 0.1 mV
         1 1 mV

ION Mode:

PARAMETER DESCRIPTION OPTIONS DESCRIPTION DEFAULT
 UNIT  

 

Measurement Unit: Sets the default ion concentration and temperature units.

ppm Parts per million
mg/L Milligrams per liter
mol/L Moles per liter
°C Degrees Celsius
°F Degrees Fahrenheit
 CAL  

 

Calibration Points: Select the number of calibration points.

2 2 points
3 3 points
4 4 points
5 5 points
 ION Ion Valence: Select the ion valence of the sensor. 1 Monovalent
2 Divalent

CONDUCTIVITY/TDS/SALINITY/RESISTIVITY MODES:

PARAMETER DESCRIPTION OPTIONS DESCRIPTION DEFAULT
 CELL Cell Constant: Select the cell constant of conductivity electrode. 0.1 K=0.1
1 K=1
10 K=10
USEr User-defined
 COE Temperature Coefficient: Select the temperature coefficient of the sample. 2.10 Setting Range: 0.0 to 10.0 %/ °C 2.10

CAL

Calibration Points: Select the number of calibration points. 1 1 point
2 2 points
3 3 points
4 4 points
5 5 points
 PUrE Pure Water Coefficient: Pure water coefficient will be calculated and applied automatically for ultra-pure water measurement if enabled. YES Enable
NO Disable
 Std Normalization Temperature: Sets the normalization temperature for conductivity measurement and calibration. 25 °C 25 °C
20 °C 20 °C
 tdS TDS Factor: Sets the default TDS conversion factor. 0.5 Setting Range: 0.40 to 1.00 0.5
 UNIT Measurement Unit: Sets the default temperature unit. °C Degrees Celsius
°F Degrees Fahrenheit

DISSOLVED OXYGEN MODE:

PARAMETER DESCRIPTION OPTIONS DESCRIPTION DEFAULT

    CAL

Calibration Points:

Select the number of calibration points.

         1 1 point
        2 2 points

 PrES

Pressure Coefficient:

Select the default atmospheric pressure coefficient.

    760 Setting Range: 450 mmHg to 850 mmHg 760

    SAL

Salinity Coefficient:

Select the salinity coefficient of the sample solution.

      0.0 Setting Range: 0.0 ppt to 50.0 ppt 0.0

rESO

Resolution:

Sets the resolution for DO measurement.

    0.01 0.01 mg/L (0.1 %)
      0.1 0.1 mg/L (1 %)

UNIT

Measurement Unit:

Sets the default measurement units.

  °C Degrees Celsius
   °F Degrees Fahrenheit
mg/L Milligrams per liter
ppm Parts per million
mmHg Pressure unit
kPa Pressure unit

GENERAL OPTIONS:

PARAMETER DESCRIPTION OPTIONS DESCRIPTION DEFAULT

    STA

Stable Criteria:

Sets the stability criteria for measurement.

When the “LO” option is enabled, measuring value will stabilize quickly, but reading is less accurate. When the “HI” option is enabled, measuring value will stabilize slowly, but guarantees high accuracy.

      LO Low
      HI High

HOLD

Auto-Hold:

When the auto-hold function is enabled, the meter will automatically sense a stable end-point reading and freeze it.

    YES Enable
      NO Disable

    OFF

Auto-Power Off:

When the auto-off power is enabled, if you do not press any key within a specified time period, the meter will automatically turn off.

       10 10 minutes
      20 20 minutes
      30 30 minutes
      NO Disable

CALL

Calibration Due:

When calibration due reminder is enabled, if you do not recalibrate meter within a specified time period, the meter will automatically show  indicator.

1….31 1 to 31 days
    OFF Disable

dAtE

Date and Time:

Sets the date and time of the meter.

    CLr

Clear stored data:

Clear all stored data.

    YES Enable
      NO Disable

    rSt

Reset:

Reset function allows the user to restore the meter back to factory default parameters. When this function is enabled, all calibration values and selected parameters will be lost or reset.

    YES Enable
      NO Disable

Temperature Compensation

In order to get accurate measuring results, you need to enable the manual or automatic temperature compensation before measurement or calibration.

AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION:

  1. Insert the connector of the temperature probe into the meter’s phone jack.
  2. The “ATC” indicator will show on the display, the meter is now switched to automatic temperature compensation mode.

MANUAL TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION:

  1. Do not connect the temperature probe to meter.
  2. Press the °C key to enter temperature setting mode.
  3. Press ▲ or ▼ key to set the temperature value of the sample.
  4. Press ENTER key to confirm, the meter returns to measurement mode. The setting is completed.

pH Calibration

This device allows up to 5 points calibration in the pH mode. It is recommended that you perform at least 2 points calibration for high accuracy measurement. The meter will automatically recognize and calibrate to following standard buffer values.

USA Standard Buffer Options pH 1.68, 4.01, 7.00, 10.01, 12.45
NIST Standard Buffer Options pH 1.68, 4.01, 6.86, 9.18, 12.45
DIN Standard Buffer Options pH 1.09, 4.65, 6.79, 9.23, 12.75

If you selected the user-defined option in the setup menu, the meter will allow only 2 points calibration. Single point calibration should only be carried out with pH 7.00, 6.86 or 6.79, otherwise, calibration will not be accepted.

Make sure to calibrate the meter when attaching a new electrode or during first use. DO NOT reuse calibration solution after calibration, contaminants in solution will affect the calibration and eventually the accuracy of the measurement.

SINGLE POINT CALIBRATION:

  1. Make sure that you have selected 1 point calibration in the setup menu.
  2. Rinse the pH electrode with distilled water.
  3. Press CAL key, the meter shows “pH7.00/CAL” (or “6.86/CAL”, “6.79/CAL”).
  4. Dip the pH electrode into the pH7.00 (or 6.86, or 6.79) buffer solution, the end of the electrode must be completely immersed into the calibration solution. Stir the sensor gently to create a homogeneous solution.
  5. Press ENTER key, “Calibration” indicator begins flashing. Wait for the measured value to stabilize, the display shows “END”. The meter returns to measurement mode automatically. Calibration is completed.

MULTI-POINT CALIBRATION:

  1. Make sure that you have selected 2 to 5 points calibration in the setup menu.
  2. Repeat above steps. When the first calibration point is completed, the display will show “CAL2”. The meter prompts you to continue with second point calibration.
  3. Rinse the pH electrode with distilled water. Dip the electrode into the next standard buffer solution (e.g., pH4.01). The meter automatically senses the current calibration solution and begins calibrating. “Calibration” indicator begins flashing.
  4. Wait for the measured value to stabilize, the display shows “CAL3”. The meter prompts you to continue with third point calibration.
  5. Repeat the steps until the display shows “END”. The meter returns to measurement mode automatically. Calibration is completed.

ORP Calibration

This device allows 1 point calibration in the relative mV mode, but calibration is not necessary unless exact readout agreement with a work standard and at a specific ORP value is needed.

  1. Press MODE key until the meter shows “ORP” indicator
  2. Rinse the ORP electrode with distilled water. Dip the electrode into the calibration solution. Stir the sensor gently.
  3. Press CAL key, the meter shows the current measured value.
  4. Press ▲ or ▼ key to set the displayed value, press ENTER key to confirm. “Calibration” indicator begins flashing.
  5. Wait for the measured value to stabilize, the display shows “END”. The meter returns measurement mode automatically. Calibration is completed.

Ion Concentration Calibration

This meter supports ion concentration calibration up to 5 points with the minimum of 2 points, available calibration points include the following options.

MEASUREMENT UNITS CALIBRATION POINTS
ppm 0.001, 0.01, 0.1, 1, 10, 100, 1000, 10000
mg/L 0.001, 0.01, 0.1, 1, 10, 100, 1000, 10000
mol/L 0.001, 0.01, 0.1, 1, 10
mmol/L 0.001, 0.01, 0.1

To obtain accurate measurement results, we recommend that you perform ion calibration and measurement at the same temperature. If you did not calibrate the meter or calibration is not successful, the display will always show “0.000”.

  1. Press MODE key until the meter shows  indicator.
  2. If necessary, select the concentration unit and ion valence (Monovalent or Divalent) in the setup menu.
  3. Press CAL key, the meter shows 0.001 ppm (or mg/L, mol/L, mmol/L).
  4. If necessary, press ▲ or ▼ key to select the desired calibration point (e.g., 0.01 ppm).
  5. Rinse the Ion Selective Electrode with distilled water, then rinse with a small amount of ion standard solution.
  6. Dip the electrode into corresponding calibration solution. Stir the sensor gently to create a homogeneous solution.
  7. Press ENTER key to confirm, “Calibration” indicator begins flashing. Wait for the measured value to stabilize, the display shows “0.1/CAL2”. The meter prompts you to continue with second point calibration.
  8. Rinse the Ion Selective Electrode with distilled water. Dip the electrode into corresponding calibration solution. Stir the sensor gently.
  9. Press ENTER key, “Calibration” indicator begins flashing. Wait for the measured value to stabilize, the display shows “1/CAL3”. The meter prompts you to continue with third point calibration.
  10. Repeat steps 8 to 9 above until the display shows “END”, the meter returns to measurement mode automatically. Calibration is completed.

EXIT THE CALIBRATION:

During the calibration process, if you want to exit calibration, press MEAS key, the meter will return to measurement mode immediately.

Conductivity Calibration

The device is capable of using the three types of conductivity electrode. Before calibration or measurement, you need to choose different sensors as per your sample concentration. The table below shows available sensor and its effective measuring ranges.

SENSOR MEASURING  RANGES CELL CONSTANT
CON-0.1 0.1 µS/cm~100 µS/cm K=0.1
CON-1 0.01 mS/cm~10 mS/cm K=1
CON-10 0.1 mS/cm~200 mS/cm K=10

Make sure that you selected the cell constant between 0.1, 1 or 10 in the setup menu. If the current option is “USER”, the automatic calibration function will be disabled.

In the automatic calibration mode, the meter allows up to 5 points calibration. To ensure higher accuracy, perform 3 points calibration or select a standard value close to the sample value you are measuring. The meter will automatically detect these conductivity standard solutions and prompt the user to calibrate the meter. When the calibration is completed, all new calibration values will automatically override existing data. The following table shows acceptable conductivity range of calibration solution for each measuring range.

MEASURING RANGE CALIBRATION SOLUTION RANGE DEFAULT
0 µS/cm~20 µS/cm 7 µS/cm~17 µS/cm 10 µS/cm
20 µS/cm~200 µS/cm 70 µS/cm~170 µS/cm 84 µS/cm
200 µS/cm~2000 µS/cm 700 µS/cm~1700 µS/cm 1413 µS/cm
2 mS/cm~20 mS/cm 7 mS/cm~17 mS/cm 12.88 mS/cm
20 mS/cm~200 mS/cm 70 mS/cm~170 mS/cm 111.8 mS/cm

Manual Calibration

  1. The device provides a quick manual calibration mode that allows the user to easily calibrate the meter.
  2. Record the cell constant value on the electrode (e.g., K=1.08).
  3. Press and hold the  key for 3 seconds to enter setup menu, the display shows “CELL” option
  4. Press ENTER key to confirm, the meter enters the cell constant setting mode.
  5. Press ▲or▼ key to select “USER” option.
  6. Press ENTER key to confirm, the meter enters User Defined mode.
  7. Press ▲or▼ key to set each digit according to the previous record.
  8. Press ENTER key to confirm until the setting values stop flashing. The meter returns to measurement mode. The setting is completed.

DO Calibration in % Saturation Mode

The device can be calibrated quickly in air. In the percentage saturation mode, the meter is able to perform either 1 or 2 points calibration. For single point calibration, perform 100% saturation calibration in the air. For the 2 points calibration, you need to use saturated anhydrous sodium sulfite solution (zero oxygen solution).

Temperature Calibration

During the measurement mode, when automatic temperature compensation is enabled, if the temperature reading displayed differs from that of an accurate thermometer, you need to calibrate the meter.

  1. Press and hold the °C key for 3 seconds to enter the temperature calibration mode, the display shows current temperature reading.
  2. Press ▲ or ▼ key to set the temperature value.
  3. Press ENTER key to confirm. Calibration is completed.

pH Mode:

  1. 1 to 5 points push-button calibration with auto-buffer recognition.
    Selectable pH buffer standard (USA/NIST/DIN) or using the custom calibration solutions.
  2. Automatic electrode slope display helps the user decide whether to replace the sensor.

ORP Mode:

  1. Single point offset calibration allows adjusting the displayed value to a known standard.
  2. Relative and absolute millivolts measurement modes provide accurate ORP readings.

Ion Mode:

  1. 2 to 5 points calibration including the eight concentration calibration points can be selected.
  2. Automatically recognize ion selective electrodes, does not need to specify the type of ion.
  3. Direct ion concentration readout simplifies the elaborate measurement process.
    Selectable multiple concentration units include the ppm, mg/L, and mol/L.

Conductivity/TDS/Salinity/Resistivity Mode:

  1. 1 to 5 points push-button calibration with automatic calibration solution recognition.
  2. Selectable cell constant (0.1/1/10), normalization temperature (68 °F/77 °F, 20 °C/25 °C), TDS conversion factor, seawater and practical salinity measurement modes.
  3. Linear or pure water compensation improves the measurement accuracy of the meter.

Dissolved Oxygen Mode:

  1. 1 or 2 points calibration using the air-saturated water and zero oxygen solution.
  2. Manual salinity and barometric pressure compensation improve the measurement accuracy.

pH Measurement

  1. Press MODE key until the meter shows indicator.
  2. Rinse the pH electrode with distilled water to remove any impurities adhering to the probe body.
  3. Dip the electrode into the sample solution, stir the sensor gently.
  4. Wait for the reading to stabilize, record the measured value on the display.

ORP Measurement
This meter contains two millivolt measurement modes.

ABSOLUTE MILLIVOLT MODE:
Press MODE key until the display shows measurement unit “mV”, the meter enters absolute millivolt measurement mode.

RELATIVE MILLIVOLT MODE:

Press MODE key until the display shows indicator, the meter enters relative millivolt measurement mode.

Select one of the above modes. Dip the ORP electrode into the sample solution, stir the sensor gently. Wait for reading to stabilize, record the measured value on the display.

Ion Concentration Measurement

  1. Press MODE key until the meter shows  indicator
  2. Rinse the Ion Selective Electrode thoroughly with distilled water. Dip the electrode into the sample solution.
  3. If your sample belongs to low concentration liquids or some interfering ions are present in the solution, we suggest you that add the Ionic Strength Adjuster into the sample solution.
  4. Stir the sensor gently. Wait for the reading to stabilize, record the measured value on the display.

Conductivity/TDS/Resistivity Measurement

  1. Press MODE key until the meter shows “COND” (Conductivity) or “TDS” (TDS) or “RES” (Resistivity) indicator.
  2. Rinse the conductivity electrode thoroughly with distilled water.
  3. Dip the electrode into the sample solution, stir the sensor gently.
  4. Wait for the reading to stabilize, record the measured value on the display.

Salinity Measurement
This meter provides two salinity measurement modes: practical salinity (unit: PSU) and natural seawater (unit: ppt).

  1. Press MODE key until display shows indicator and measurement unit “PSU”, the meter now enters practical salinity measurement mode.
  2. If necessary, press MODE key again, the meter shows indicator and measurement unit “ppt”, the meter now enters seawater measurement mode.
  3. Select the desired measurement mode. Dip the electrode into the sample solution. Stir the sensor gently.
  4. Wait for the reading to stabilize, record the measured value on the display.

Dissolved Oxygen Measurement

This meter is suitable for measuring the water, wastewater, brine and other liquids. If you use the meter to measure seawater or other water containing large amounts of salt, please set the salinity coefficient before use.

Some gas and steam such as chloride, sulfur dioxide, sulfureted hydrogen, ammonium, carbon dioxide and iodine can permeate the membrane via diffusion. So their existence will influence the measurement of dissolved oxygen.

If the sample contains solvent, grease, sulfide, and alga, the membrane on the probe will be blocked, damaged or eroded.

  1. Press MODE key until the meter shows
  2. Connecting the dissolved oxygen probe to meter, wait for 15 minutes to polarize the sensor.
  3. If necessary, to set the atmospheric pressure and salinity coefficient in the setup menu.
  4. Submerge probe in the sample solution, make sure the temperature sensor on the probe is fully immersed.
  5. Stir the probe gently, wait for the reading to stabilize, record the measured value on the display.

Hold Function
The meter contains two data hold modes. When the Auto-Hold function is enabled, the meter will automatically sense a stable endpoint reading and freeze it, “HOLD” indicator appears on the display. If the Auto-Hold function is disabled, press   key, the meter will immediately freeze currently displayed value.Press the key again to resume measuring.

Storing and Recalling Data from Memory
This device allows up to 500 data sets to be stored and recalled.

Communication Software
This instrument comes with a free Data Acquisition System that can be used to transfer stored data, receive the measuring values or set the interval time for automatic recording. The system requirement is Windows XP or Windows 7.

RUNNING THE SOFTWARE:
Click the Data Acquisition System icon on the start bar, the DAS splash screen appears for few seconds and then the application starts.

RECEIVING THE STORED DATA:
Connect the USB cable to meter and computer (communication port: COM1, baud rate: 9600). Click the Receive button, the stored data in the meter will automatically send to the computer.

SEARCHING THE DATA:
If you would like to search a specific measured value from the database or uploaded data, click the Search button, the screen will show a Search Criteria dialog. Available search criteria include the time and sample name. After selecting or entering the search criteria, click the OK button, the screen will show all qualified records.

PRINT THE REPORT:
If you would like to print current data, click the Print button, the printer will output data sheet.

DATA RECALL:
DAS data acquisition system has a large database used to store the all uploaded data. If you need to view previous data, click the Recall button, the screen will show all data in the database.

DELETE THE DATA:
If you need to delete the certain data, click on the data field, then click the Delete button. Note: Once deleted, the data cannot be recovered.

GRAPH MODE:

The graph mode will help the user to view variations of the measured parameter continuously. Click the Graph button, the screen will immediately show curve graph, measuring value and temperature.

INTERVAL MEASUREMENT AND AUTOMATIC RECORDING:
This function helps you automatically record the measuring value within the specified time period. Click the Interval Measurement button, the screen will show a dialog box. Selecting the time interval and recording time, click the OK button, the measured value will automatically transfer to the data sheet.

CREATE THE EXCEL DATA FILE:
When the transfer is complete, click the “Import data into Excel” button, the measured value in the data sheet will be converted to Excel file. You can follow the path below to find the Excel file: C :> Program Files>Data Acquisition System>Excel

NOTE:
The software runs in operating system Windows XP. If your system is Windows 7, please using the file “CP210x_VCP_Windows” to update your device manager.
If the computer displays “Error” during the first run, please open the windows “Run” command, then enter the command below in text input field:

regsvr32 “c:\windows\system32\DAO350.DLL

Please make sure your meter is connected to communication port “COM1”, baud rate: 9600.

 

pH Electrode Care and Maintenance

Since pH electrode is susceptible to dirt and contamination, clean as necessary depending on the extent and condition of use.

AFTER MEASURING: 

Rinse the pH electrode in distilled water, store the electrode in the electrode storage solution.

CLEANING THE ELECTRODE:

  1. Salt deposits: Soak the electrode in warm tap water to dissolve deposits, then thoroughly rinse with distilled water.
  2. Oil or Grease film: Wash the electrode bulb gently in some detergents and water. If necessary, using the alcohol to clean the electrode bulb, then rinse with distilled water. Place the sensor in the electrode storage solution for 30 minutes.
  3. Clogged reference junction: Heat a diluted KCl solution to 140 °F to 176 °F (60 °C to 80 °C). Place the sensing part of the electrode into the heated solution for about 10 minutes. Allow the electrode to cool in some unheated KCl solution.
  4. Protein deposits: Prepare a 1% pepsin solution in 0.1 M of HCl. Place the electrode in the solution for 10 minutes. Rinse the sensor with distilled water.


REACTIVATING THE ELECTRODE:
If stored and cleaned properly, the electrode should be ready for immediate use. However, a dehydrated bulb may cause the sluggish response. To rehydrate the bulb, immerse the electrode in a pH 4.01 buffer solution for 10 to 30 minutes. If this fails, the electrode requires activation.

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  2. Soak the pH electrode in 0.1 M HCl for 5 minutes.
  3. Remove and rinse with deionized water, then place in 0.1 M NaOH for 5 minutes.
  4. Remove and rinse again, and soak in electrode storage solution for 30 minutes.


ORP Electrode Care and Maintenance

  1. Ensure that the ORP electrode is thoroughly washed with distilled water after each use.
  2. In aggressive chemicals, dirty or viscous solutions, and solutions with heavy metals or proteins take readings quickly and rinse electrode immediately after.
  3. If you do not use the electrode for long periods, please store the electrode with electrode storage solution.


CLEANING THE ELECTRODE:
Contamination of the sensing element often results in slow response and inaccurate readings. If necessary, clean the element by one of the following procedures.

Inorganic Deposits: 

  1. Soak the ORP electrode in 0.1 M HCl for 10 minutes.
  2. Remove and rinse with distilled water, then place in alcohol for 5 minutes.
  3. Remove and rinse again, and soak in pH 4.01 buffer solution for 15 minutes.


Oil and Grease Films: 

  1. Wash the electrode gently in some detergents and water.
  2. Dip the electrode in the electrode storage solution for at least 30 minutes.


Ion Selective Electrode Care and Maintenance

  1. Ensure that the electrode is thoroughly washed with distilled water after each use.
  2. DO NOT scratch the sensitive membrane on the electrode during the measurement or calibration.
  3. If you do not use the electrode for long periods, please store the electrode in a dry, cool and well-ventilated area.


Conductivity Electrode Care and Maintenance

  1. Ensure that the conductivity electrode is thoroughly washed with distilled water after each use.
  2. If there is a build-up of solids inside the measurement area of the cell, these should be removed very carefully with a cotton bud soaked in solvent, taking care not to touch the metal parts of the inner cell.


DO Probe Care and Maintenance

  1. Please always keep probe’s membrane moist.
  2. If you do not use the dissolved oxygen probe for long periods, please screw off membrane cap and rinse the probe’s cathode, anode and the membrane with deionized water, then soak up residual water on them with filter paper, and install the probe.

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