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Digital Salinity Tester for Salt Water – Waterproof IP67 Salinity Meter with ATC Large Range 0-200ppt Saltwater Tester for Seawater, Aquariums,…

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  • Salinity Range: 0~9999ppm/10~200ppt or 0.0-25%, ORAPXI salinity tester has an automatic temperature compensation function(32°F~140°F), which can decrease the error caused by the change of liquid temperature.
  • Wide applications: There are various purposes for the salinity tester. This instrument can not only detect the salt content of edible salt, salt water pool and koi fish pond, but also the salinity of seawater, marine, salt water fish tank salt level testing.
  • Backlit design: There is no need to worry about seeing the displayed value if the light is insufficient. ORAPXI salinity meter features a green backlit LCD to help you see the measurement results clearly in any situation.
  • 4-in-1 salinity tester: The multi-parameter Tester can test Salinity, TDS, EC and Temperature in an accurate, quick and reliable manner for most regular water solutions’ testing.
  • After-sales: 30-day free return/replacement and we promise respond your any questions about the product within 12 hours.

Specification: Digital Salinity Tester for Salt Water – Waterproof IP67 Salinity Meter with ATC Large Range 0-200ppt Saltwater Tester for Seawater, Aquariums,…

Product Dimensions

7.2 x 0.01 x 0.01 inches, 5.61 ounces

Item model number

LD-154

Batteries

3 LR44 batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

August 20, 2020

Manufacturer

ORAPXI

5 reviews for Digital Salinity Tester for Salt Water – Waterproof IP67 Salinity Meter with ATC Large Range 0-200ppt Saltwater Tester for Seawater, Aquariums,…

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  1. S. Somerville

    I changed from a Hayward T3 salt cell to a generic brand. The new salt cell works fine but it would not calibrate to the actual salt readings. I bought this to use and found it matched my pool stores reading exactly. Very easy to use. I dry it off before I put the cap on and put it away.

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  2. Mitch

    Using the pool test kit is just not as easy as this unit. I have compared the reading of this tester to the pool test kit that uses the drop system. It is almost identical to the test kit. Very easy to use and way way faster.

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  3. vbjedimaster

    Seems accurate. Note you do have to calibrate for the pH readings and requires distilled water to do it. Used it once so far and a lot easier than trying to decipher colors on test strips.

    My first reading showed 7.9 pH in pool and colors on test strips were hard to decipher but was somewhere between 7.8 and 8.4 “color”.

    Needs about 15 seconds to level out reading but good.

    Wish there was one that read chlorine, calcium and CYA so I could throw out the crappy test strips.

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  4. KC

    Product is a money saver if you have a salt system pool. I’ve tested my pool water with this tester and brought a Sample to the pool company and this tester was right on the money.

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  5. Rachael

    This is simple to use for a pond, but you need to know your variables for your pond to be able to use it. We use it to keep our Koi pond at .1% salinity. There is an accuracy margin that makes this difficult to be 100% certain, but we have pond plants that are a very good indicator too. We also keep it in the water for a couple minutes when there’s a big difference between air temp and pond temp to be sure the temp reading is as accurate as possible. If we do it too fast, we can be off by .02%+. In 8 months, it has maintained its calibration and performed consistently. We make sure to rinse with distilled water and use a paper towel to soak up extra water drops without touching the nodes to ensure no buildup affects the readings. I do not fully submerge it. I have excellent water flow so the full pond volume moves through the waterfall 2-3× per hour though. Not all ponds are equal. This has worked very well for us, but if you have a slow pump, I recommend getting a sample in a cup/bucket on a stick to get a sample from bottom to top and measuring that. I get consistent readings in the waterfall and any spot of my pond. The temp is accurate to my pond thermometer within a minute or two. With winter, the meter is as warm as the house then I put it in 40°F or colder water, it needs a minute or so. In late summer when water and air were about the same still, it was pretty instantaneous. We also do the math on paper when changing water and adding salt back. Dual checks are important to preserve plant life and protect the fish. We might buy a more expensive salinity only someday, but you can be diligent and use this to *verify your results. You shouldn’t ever blindly use a meter with living things. Always calculate by pond volume too. It’s just what you do to be certain. Ther isn’t a simple way to use salt in a pond. But there is a simple way to check on your results!

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