Oakton CON 700 Conductivity Meter
Compact, benchtop conductivity meter with over-sized display
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- Part number WD-35411-00
- Manufactured by Oakton Instruments
- Conductivity: 0.00 µS/cm to 200 mS/cm
- Resolution: 0.01 µS/cm, 0.1 µS/cm, 1 µS/cm, 0.01 mS/cm, 0.1 mS/cm
- Accuracy: ±1% FS
- TDS: 0.00 ppm to 100.0 ppt @ 0.5 factor (200.0 ppt @ 1.0 factor)
- Resolution: 0.01 ppm, 0.1 ppm, 1 ppm, 0.01 ppt, 0.1 ppt
- Accuracy: ±1% FS
- Temperature: 23 to 220°F (-5 to 105.0°C)
- Resolution: 0.1°F / °C
- Accuracy: ±0.3°F / °C
- 100 data sets datalogging
- Includes probe (K=1.0) and electrode stand
The Oakton CON 700 conductivity meter reads 0 to 200 mS across five ranges. The auto-ranging feature automatically finds the best resolution for your measurements. The CON 700 can calibrate at up to five conductivity points (one per range) for improved measurement accuracy. The adjustable temperature coefficient provides additional accuracy.
The selectable cell constant is useful for attaining accurate measurements for very high or very low ranges. CON 700 meters have a selectable (manual or automatic) temperature compensation feature which provides greater precision. The Oakton meter features a compact footprint (6.125"L x 6.875"W x 2.75"H) which takes up minimal bench space - nearly 40% less space than comparable meters. A water-resistant membrane keypad and convenient pull-out reference guide provide useful features for the lab.
Oakton CON 700 meters have an oversized display that measures 3.25" x 2.5" and is brightlylit for easy viewing. The display shows conductivity or TDS and temperature and has a "ready" indicator and HOLD function.
The Oakton CON 700 additional features include datalogging capabilities up to 100 points, a built-in electrode stand that is switchable to either side of the meter and selectable °F/°C temperature measurement.
Please consider these optional accessories.
Conductivity probes for Oakton 700 and 2700 series meters
Conductivity/TDS calibration solution. NIST-traceable; ±1% accuracy at 25°C