MULTI-PARAMETER

With as many as fourteen parameters, HANNA's multiparameter instruments are sure to accommodate any application, whether in the laboratory or in the field.

What is a Multiparameter Meter?

A analytical instrument that can measure multiple parameters, such as pH, EC, TDS, DO and Temperature with one device.

What software do I need for my HI 9828 Multiparameter Meter?

You can download the data plotted on the meter to a PC by means of USB connector and HI 92000 Windows® compatible application for successive elaborations.

What is CAL CHECK™ feature on the HI 9813-6 Multiparameter Meter?

CAL CHECK™ allows the user to easily check the pH probe calibration status at any time.

What is the relationship between EC and TDS?

The relationship between the amounts of solids such as salts found in fertilizers is directly proportional to their conductivity, therefore, the higher the amount of solids the greater the conductivity. This is because when fertilizers are dissolved into water they become "ions", which means that they become positively or negatively charged and can therefore conduct a current.

With as many as fourteen parameters, HANNA's multiparameter instruments are sure to accommodate any application, whether in the laboratory or in the field. What is a Multiparameter Meter?... read more »
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MULTI-PARAMETER
With as many as fourteen parameters, HANNA's multiparameter instruments are sure to accommodate any application, whether in the laboratory or in the field.

What is a Multiparameter Meter?

A analytical instrument that can measure multiple parameters, such as pH, EC, TDS, DO and Temperature with one device.

What software do I need for my HI 9828 Multiparameter Meter?

You can download the data plotted on the meter to a PC by means of USB connector and HI 92000 Windows® compatible application for successive elaborations.

What is CAL CHECK™ feature on the HI 9813-6 Multiparameter Meter?

CAL CHECK™ allows the user to easily check the pH probe calibration status at any time.

What is the relationship between EC and TDS?

The relationship between the amounts of solids such as salts found in fertilizers is directly proportional to their conductivity, therefore, the higher the amount of solids the greater the conductivity. This is because when fertilizers are dissolved into water they become "ions", which means that they become positively or negatively charged and can therefore conduct a current.

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