Starter set testo 206-pH2 - pH/temperature measuring instrument for semi-solid media
Ideal for measuring the pH value of semi-solid media, viscous and protein-containing foodstuffs (eg. processed cheese, fruit) and water-mixed solid cooling lubricants
Temperature measurements with integrated temperature sensor possible
Maintenance-free gel electrolyte
The set contains essential accessories, which you will always have to hand: calibration dosing bottles, TopSafe protective case, aluminium case, etc.
All in one package: with the testo 206-pH2 starter set, you will be ideally equipped to measure the pH and temperature in semi-solid media – set includes pH/temperature measuring instrument, calibration dosing bottles, TopSafe protective case, aluminium case plus other accessories.
- Viscous and protein-containing foodstuffs like jelly, cheese, fruit etc.
- Liquid and soft or paste-like materials like creams and oils
- Water-mixed solid cooling lubricants
Clever measuring technology: the testo 206-pH2 starter set for pH/temperature measurement
Thanks to the full-size gel electrolyte volume and annular clearance, the pH sensor is not only leakproof and maintenance-free, but also extremely durable and insensitive to dirt.
Calibration dosing bottles: Our DAkkS-certified calibration solutions are suitable for calibrating the pH probe. The pH probe is calibrated in the integrated dosing aperture of the calibration dosing bottle. This guarantees economical use of the calibration solution.
The automatic final value recognition function supports you throughout your measurements.
Hygienic and rugged
The aluminium case protects your pH/temperature measuring instrument during transport and storage.
|Temperature - NTC|
0 to +60 °C (Short-term to +80 °C max. 5 min)
|pH - Electrode|
0 to 14 pH
|General technical data|
115 g (with TopSafe)
65 g (without TopSafe)
197 x 35 x 20 mm ((LxWxH))
110 x 33 x 20 (without probe and TopSafe)
0 to +60 °C
Length probe shaft
Diameter probe shaft
DIN EN 12830
1 x CR2032
80 h (Auto Off 10 min)
Number of channels
2 measurements per second
-20 to +70 °C