Milwaukee MA887 Digital Saltwater Refractometer with Case

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Milwaukee MA887 Digital Saltwater Refractometer with Case

Product code: 3180
TE-MA887-BOX

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$119.95
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Milwaukee MA887 Digital Saltwater Refractometer with Case

Milwaukee MA887 Digital Saltwater Refractometer with Case

The MR series refractometers are precision optical instruments used for measuring aquarium water salinity. They work using principle of light refraction through liquid.

Specifications:

* Range:
PSU: 0 - 50
PPT: 0 - 150
S.G.: 1.000 - 1.114

* Resolution:
PSU: 1
PPT: 1
S.G.: 0.001
Temp: 0.1 C/F

* Accuracy:
PSU: ±2
PPT: ±2
S.G.: ±0.002
Temp: ±0.3C / ±0.5F
Temp: 0 - 80C / 32 - 176F

* Calibration: automatic

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  1. Recommend to buy. Review by Jonathan
    Product Rating:

    This thing is great. Very easy to use right out of the box. Use the distilled water or you own RODI water to calibrate before use. Press one button to calibrate. Grab a sample of your salt water. Press one button to test. That is it. I would also recommend to buy this combo with the case as this is a pricey device and the main instrument is very much exposed. (Posted on 8/17/2014)


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Recommend to buy. Review by Jonathan
Product Rating:
This thing is great. Very easy to use right out of the box. Use the distilled water or you own RODI water to calibrate before use. Press one button to calibrate. Grab a sample of your salt water. Press one button to test. That is it. I would also recommend to buy this combo with the case as this is a pricey device and the main instrument is very much exposed. (Posted on 8/17/2014)
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