pH calibration with automatic buffer recognition
Calibration can be carried out with up to three buffers and is very easy, thanks to the automatic buffer recognition and temperature correction. You can enter limit values for the slope and asymmetry potential; via the calibration interval you determine when the electrode is to be next calibrated. Of course, you can call up the calibration data at any time and output them in a separate report. If you want to be entirely on the safe side, you can also lock the <Cal> key upon completion of the calibration.
GLP – user and samples clearly identified
An identification can be entered for each user and each sample. This identification appears then in the report header or together with the measured value in the measured-value memory to ensure that a measurement can be clearly assigned later on.
Comparable measured values
The following options are available for the acquisition of measured values:
During the measurement, the measured values can be sent to a printer or PC or stored in a result memory that has a capacity of 200 measured values.
On the multiple-line LCD display you can see all important information at a glance. Any error occurring is clearly indicated by an easy-to-grasp warning message.