ULTRAPEN PT4 Free Chlorine Equivalent (FCE) & Temperature Pen
ULTRAPEN™ PT4 is Myron L Company's ground breaking, new Pocket Tester for measuring Free Chlorine Disinfecting Power, Free Chlorine Equivalent (FCE™), as well as Temperature. It is waterproof and designed to be extremely accurate, fast, and simple to use in diverse water quality applications.
High Performance Features
- Accuracy of up to +/-0.3 ppm FCE
- Proprietary Sensor Design
- Calibration with pH and ORP Standard Solutions
- Automatic Temperature Compensation
- Temperature Readout
- Powerd by one N Type Battery (included)
- Boilers and Cooling Towers
- Food and Beverage
- Reverse Osmosis
- Plus Many More!
NEW! FCE Free Available Chlorine (FAC) Function
The Myron L Company FCE function reports FAC quickly and accurately by measuring ORP, the chemical characteristic of chlorine that directly reflects its effectivity, cross referenced with pH. Both DPD kits and colorimeters may tell the user the FAC value of the sample in the test tube, but since the chemistry of that sample is quite different from the source water being analyzed, the results are imprecisely related to actual disinfection power. The Myron L Company FCE function measures the real, unaltered chemistry of source water, including moment-to-moment changes in that chemistry.
|Range:||0 – 10.0 ppm||0 – 71°C / 32 – 160°F|
|Accuracy:||< 5.00 ppm +/-0.3 ppm
≥ 5.00 ppm +/-0.5 ppm
|+/-0.1ºC / ± 0.1ºF|
|Resolution:||0.01 ppm||0.1ºC / 0.1ºF|
|Time to Reading Stabilization: 10 – 45 seconds|
|Power Consumption: Active Mode 37 mA, Sleep Mode 2 µA|
|Temperature Compensation: Automatic In Calibration Mode From 15ºC to 30ºC|
|Physical Dimensions: 17.15 cm L x 1.59 cm D / 6.75 in. L x .625 in. D|
|Weight: 50.4 g / 1.78 oz. (without soaker cap and lanyard)|
|Case Material: Anodized Aircraft Aluminum with Protective Coating|
|Battery Type: N type, Alkaline, 1.5 V|
|Calibration Standard Solutions: pH4, pH7, pH10, ORP80, ORP260, ORP470|
|Operating/Storage Temperature: 0 – 55ºC / 32 – 131ºF|
|Enclosure Ratings: IP67 and NEMA6|
|EN61236-1: 2006 – Annex A: 2008: Electrostatic discharge to the PT4 may cause it to
spontaneously turn on. If this occurs, the PT4 will turn off.