Without requiring additional reagents (tablets, drops, etc.)
Electronic Meters offer a professional way to measure various water parameters, such as conductivity, salinity (total dissolved solids), pH, Temperature and ORP (Redox).
The test result is displayed on the device within seconds after dipping it in the water sample.
The sensitive electrodes should always be kept wet and calibrated at regular intervals, preferably before each measurement, by using a reference fluid which are provided by Unimarine as well.
Depending on the model, ATC (automatic temperature compensation) is a feature of the Electronic Meter

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Without requiring additional reagents (tablets, drops, etc.)
Electronic Meters offer a professional way to measure various water parameters, such as conductivity, salinity (total dissolved solids), pH, Temperature and ORP (Redox).
The test result is displayed on the device within seconds after dipping it in the water sample.
The sensitive electrodes should always be kept wet and calibrated at regular intervals, preferably before each measurement, by using a reference fluid which are provided by Unimarine as well.
Depending on the model, ATC (automatic temperature compensation) is a feature of the Electronic Meter

Electronic Meter photo.png

Without requiring additional reagents (tablets, drops, etc.)
Electronic Meters offer a professional way to measure various water parameters, such as conductivity, salinity (total dissolved solids), pH, Temperature and ORP (Redox).
The test result is displayed on the device within seconds after dipping it in the water sample.
The sensitive electrodes should always be kept wet and calibrated at regular intervals, preferably before each measurement, by using a reference fluid which are provided by Unimarine as well.
Depending on the model, ATC (automatic temperature compensation) is a feature of the Electronic Meter

Electronic Meter photo.png

Without requiring additional reagents (tablets, drops, etc.)
Electronic Meters offer a professional way to measure various water parameters, such as conductivity, salinity (total dissolved solids), pH, Temperature and ORP (Redox).
The test result is displayed on the device within seconds after dipping it in the water sample.
The sensitive electrodes should always be kept wet and calibrated at regular intervals, preferably before each measurement, by using a reference fluid which are provided by Unimarine as well.
Depending on the model, ATC (automatic temperature compensation) is a feature of the Electronic Meter

Electronic Meter photo.png

Without requiring additional reagents (tablets, drops, etc.)
Electronic Meters offer a professional way to measure various water parameters, such as conductivity, salinity (total dissolved solids), pH, Temperature and ORP (Redox).
The test result is displayed on the device within seconds after dipping it in the water sample.
The sensitive electrodes should always be kept wet and calibrated at regular intervals, preferably before each measurement, by using a reference fluid which are provided by Unimarine as well.
Depending on the model, ATC (automatic temperature compensation) is a feature of the Electronic Meter

Electronic Meter photo.png

Without requiring additional reagents (tablets, drops, etc.)
Electronic Meters offer a professional way to measure various water parameters, such as conductivity, salinity (total dissolved solids), pH, Temperature and ORP (Redox).
The test result is displayed on the device within seconds after dipping it in the water sample.
The sensitive electrodes should always be kept wet and calibrated at regular intervals, preferably before each measurement, by using a reference fluid which are provided by Unimarine as well.
Depending on the model, ATC (automatic temperature compensation) is a feature of the Electronic Meter

Electronic Meter photo.png

Without requiring additional reagents (tablets, drops, etc.)
Electronic Meters offer a professional way to measure various water parameters, such as conductivity, salinity (total dissolved solids), pH, Temperature and ORP (Redox).
The test result is displayed on the device within seconds after dipping it in the water sample.
The sensitive electrodes should always be kept wet and calibrated at regular intervals, preferably before each measurement, by using a reference fluid which are provided by Unimarine as well.
Depending on the model, ATC (automatic temperature compensation) is a feature of the Electronic Meter

Electronic Meter photo.png

Without requiring additional reagents (tablets, drops, etc.)
Electronic Meters offer a professional way to measure various water parameters, such as conductivity, salinity (total dissolved solids), pH, Temperature and ORP (Redox).
The test result is displayed on the device within seconds after dipping it in the water sample.
The sensitive electrodes should always be kept wet and calibrated at regular intervals, preferably before each measurement, by using a reference fluid which are provided by Unimarine as well.
Depending on the model, ATC (automatic temperature compensation) is a feature of the Electronic Meter

Electronic Meter photo.png