Vendor: Milwaukee

EC TDS Nutrient Meter - Milwaukee EC40

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Product Type: Nutrient Meter
Tags: Acessórios , medidor de nutriente
Weight: 0.1 kg
Vendor: Milwaukee

The Milwaukee EC/TDS Nutrient Meter is designed for hydroponics, horticulture and agriculture to help you ensure your vegetables and plants are receiving the right amount of nutrients to promote healthy growth with low or no product waste. Keep EC/TDS in your target range to help you achieve better results.

DESIGN FEATURES

Measures conductivity (EC) and total dissolved solids (TDS) with automatic temperature compensation.

Ideal range for Hydroponics (0.2 to 4 mS/cm | 2 to 40 CF | 140 to 2800 ppm scale 0.7 | 100 to 2000 ppm scale 0.5).

Units directly in mS/cm/CF/PPM (no conversions required).

Factory calibrated, no ongoing calibration is required.

High precision.

Automatic Temperature Compensation (ATC).

Auto on/off feature.

Blue LED display.

Graphite electrode in ABC + PC body.

Battery level indicators.

Battery life up to 3 years with approx. 10 measurements per day.

3 x 1.5 V AA (batteries included).

CARE AND USE

MAINTENANCE

EC/TDS electrodes can develop nutrient buildup over time. To minimize buildup, always rinse the probe under running water or deionized water after each use.

CONVERTING EC TO TDS

The Milwaukee EC40 meter, like all conductivity meters, provides a measurement of electrically charged ions in a solution and is an absolute measure of conductivity.

EC is often converted to TDS in parts per million (ppm). Different scales include the 500 scale, the 650 scale, and the 700 scale. However, the EC40 has all direct EC/TDS/CF readings.

Its reading in uS/cm can be roughly converted to TDS (ppm), as shown in the examples below.

1 uS/cm = 0.5 ppm on a factor scale of 0.5
1 uS/cm = 0.7 ppm on a factor scale of 0.70 (442)