testo 206-pH3 - pH measuring instrument (for flexible use)
External pH probe can be connected – for flexible use
Automatic final value recognition
Robust and waterproof thanks to TopSafe (IP 68)
Automatic temperature evaluation (if a probe with temperature sensor is connected)
Are you looking for a pH measuring instrument for flexible use (e.g. in liquid, semi-solid or even more aggressive media)? The advantage of the testo 206-pH3 pH measuring instrument is that it enables you to connect an external pH probe for adjusting the measuring instrument to your requirements.
The advantages and features of the testo 206-pH3 pH measuring instrumentThe main advantage of the testo 206-pH3 pH measuring instrument is that it has a connection for an external pH probe. You can use the BNC socket to connect a probe suited to your requirements and swap it as and when needed (probe can be ordered separately). Testo offers pH probes for liquids, a food probe (also for semi-solid media) and a pH glass electrode for use in more aggressive media.
Some pH probes from Testo have an in-built temperature sensor. When this kind of probe is used, the delivered temperature value is evaluated automatically. In the case of probes without a temperature sensor, the temperature can be adjusted manually.
Automatic final value recognition makes the measuring process easier. The TopSafe protective case provided protects the measuring instrument against dirt, water and impact (in compliance with IP 68). This means that the measuring instrument can also be used outdoors or in harsh industrial conditions.
Note: to commission the testo 206-pH3 pH measuring instrument, you will need a connectible pH probe (can also be ordered). Testo offers various probes. You can also use suitable pH probes from other manufacturers.
|Temperature - NTC|
0 to 80 °C (depending on the pH probe used)
|pH - Electrode|
0 to 14 pH
|General technical data|
197 x 33 x 20 mm ((LxWxH))
110 x 33 x 20 mm (without probe and TopSafe)
0 to +60 °C
1 x CR2032
80 h (Auto Off 10 min)
Number of channels
2 measurements per second
Automatically or manually (dependant on external probe)
-20 to +70 °C