Microprocessor pH/mV Temperature Meter

Microprocessor pH/mV Temperature Meter

Microprocessor pH/mV Temperature Meter
LCD display, 0 to 14pH, -999 to +999mV and -39.9 to 149.9 °C, to BS 1377:3, ASTM D1067
British StandardBS1377-3
Approx. Weight (kg)0.22
Tariff901580 19 0
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Three-in-one instrument that features a large easy to read, LCD display that indicates pH over the range of 0 to 14 pH with a resolution of 0.01 pH, mV over the range of -999 to 999 mV and temperature over the range of -39.9 to 149.9 °C with a resolution of 0.1 °C.
The LCD display features both low battery indication and an optional backlight.
The pH readings are either manually or automatically temperature compensated over the operating range of 0 to 50 °C. To automatically compensate, it is necessary to utilise a thermistor temperature probe. Each unit incorporates an auto-power off facility that automatically turns the instrument off after ten minutes, maximising battery life.
The SL060 has an integrated rubber seal to ensure complete water resistance and helps to reduce the possibility of damage in harsh environments.
At the touch of a button, the instrument will automatically re-calibrate itself when used in conjunction with pH buffer solutions. For pH buffer solutions, click here.
Each unit incorporates an easy to use BNC connector and waterproof Lumberg screw-locking type connector, allowing a wide range of interchangeable thermistor probes to be used.

The SL060 is supplied as a complete kit which includes:
  • pH meter
  • temperature probe
  • general purpose pH electrode
  • 4.01 pH buffer solution
  • 7.00 pH buffer solution
  • carrying case

As an alternative a Spear Electrode is available for purchase, part number SL061.






0 to 14 pH

±999 mV

-39.9 to 149.9°C










3 x 1.5 volt AAA

battery life

min 5 years (2500) hours


custom LCD


32 x 71 x 141mm

sensor type combination electrode / thermistor


220 g

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A user guide is available to download from the Impact web site www.impact-test.co.uk