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The oxidising characteristics of the water sample are determined using an oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) metre, also known as a redox metre.
Additionally, among other things, it is utilised to regulate the chlorine disinfection in swimming pools, water supplies, and water analysis applications.
Salt and metal levels in the water are also measured by ORP metres. pH, conductivity, oxidation-reduction potential, and temperature are all measured using it in labs. In the testing sector, these metres are trusted because they offer precise results.
The brand-new PHH-SD1 line of pH/ORP metres from Omega is simple to use and includes automated buffer calibration, an LCD display with green light backlighting, an RS232/USB interface (with an extra connection), and automatic temperature adaptation.
A new line of portable metres has been released, and Hanna Instruments is happy to announce it. The new metres can measure dissolved oxygen, conductivity, ion concentration with an ISE, pH, ORP, and ion redox potential (DO).
The four new metres, the HI98190 (pH/ORP), HI98191 (pH/ORP/ISE), HI98192 (EC/TDS/resistivity/salinity), and HI98193 (DO/barometric pressure/BOD), all include a sizable backlit graphic LCD that is simple to view in any lighting situation.
An excellent user experience is made possible with a straightforward, intuitive UI. For common tasks like calibration, setup, GLP, and recalling logged data, all metres feature dedicated keys. Logged data may be transmitted to a PC using the integrated micro USB.
The Global ORP Meters market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
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