Conductivity, TDS & Temperature Meter
Conductivity TDS Temperature Meter Specs
- Measures electrical Conductivity EC). TDS (Totally Dissolved Solids) & Temperature Meter. All in one
- Hand held and Waterproof
- 3 different calibration options – NaCl. KCl and 442. Each with its own non-linear conversion factor.
- Automatic Temperature Compensation (ATC) using 3 different temperature coefficients.
- Measurement range – 0-9990; 0-8560 ppm
- Push button digital calibration
- Auto off function, data hold function and low-battery indicator.
- Easy to read LCD screen
Firstly What is Conductivity
Conductivity refers to a substance’s ability to hold an electric current. Most of the time the conductivity of water is measured. Units for conductivity are measured in micro-siemen per centimetre. uS/cm. Therefore use a TDS meter to measure the TDS of your water or solution.
Secondly what is the difference between TDS and conductivity?
Thirdly Why is it important to test water quality?
Lastly What is the purpose of a water meter?
A water meter measures the quantity (volume) of water that passes through a pipe or other outlet. Typically, meters use a standard unit of measure for volume. Such as cubic feet or gallons. Your meter works like a car odometer, recording the cumulative amount of water that has passed through the meter.
Moreover Keep in mind that each well or city water supply within a certain region varies. Best to have a water sample taken. Usually council can do them (Brisbane urban utilities) or a private company (Simmonds and Bristow Rocklea) in Brisbane. So than that way you know what chemicals are there and we can help with providing the right products to suit your needs.
Most importantly filters do different things (remove fluoride, lead, metals, PH etc) so as a result, the reading will let us know what you need removing from your water. Plus you can inform us what you would like removed from the water too. Similarly you can change filters once you need to change them and because it is easy as well.