More features added to Ultrameter II

The Ultrameter II, from Myron L Company in the USA, has been redesigned to include an LSI/hardness calculator, free-chlorine measurements and Bluetooth® data transfer.

The company says the meter still delivers the most accurate dissolved solids measurements of any instrumentation and the greatest degree of accuracy available for pH, oxygen-reduction potenial (ORP) and temperature measurements. It also measures conductivity and resistivity.

The hardness calculator is an analyzer that generates a Langelier Saturation Index (LSI) value useful in determining how to modify hardness, pH or alkalinity to achieve balanced water.

The user can accept inferred LSI calculations or input known values for pH, hardness or alkalinity to allow the calculator to determine the LSI value precisely. The user can also select from grains and ppm hardness units within the calculator.

ORP readings can be displayed as mV or ppm free chlorine. This new feature allows the Ultrameter II to measure a dynamic range of sanitizer concentrations wider than that of a colorimetric test kit.

The Ultrameter II can also transmit data wirelessly using Bluetooth® technology with the bluDock™ hardware option.

For more information, contact Myron L Company
Tel: +1 760 438 2021
Email: info@myronl.com
Web: www.myronl.com

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