Sonost 2000 is a compact, cost - effective, solution to estimate the risk of osteoporosis. Sonost 2000 offers a fast, convenient and easy measurement of calcaneus (heel bone). USB connection to use with external PC including phantom for calibration, 4 x balloon, ultrasound gel, USB - cable and user manual High precision High reproducibility Incl. Software
Using this microlitre pipette, your pupils can work with precision. The pipettes have a volume display that can be set easily and accurately, they also have an inbuilt pipette tip ejector system. What is more, they fit well in the hand, and offer an excellent price-performance ratio.
This digital water tester measures the physico-chemical concentrations of hydrogen ions (pH), dissolved salts (electrical conductivity / EC) and dissolved ions (evaporation residue, TDS) in a measuring solution. An integrated temperature sensor also serves to measure the temperature in °C or °F and automatically compensates the values. The electrodes supplied can be simply switched if necessary. A compact and robust case made from sturdy plastic protects the device from splashes. The device has a battery charge indicator and an automatic off function that activates if no measurements are taken for 8 minutes. pH: 0 - 14 ± 0.01 EC: 0 - 3.999 µS ± 2% TDS: 0 - 2.000 mg/l ± 2% Temperature: 0 - 60 °C ± 0.5 °C Protection class: IP 64 Power supply: 4x 1.5 V for approx. 100 hours of operation Dimensions: approx. 16.3x4x2.6 cm3 Weight: approx. 0.1 kg
A really compact box – laboratory for a fast analysis of waters (e.g. drinking, water, surface water, water of aquaria). All the applied chemicals are neutral in reaction to the environment, which means, all the test solutions do not endanger water (classification for the endangering water = 0). The used test solutions can be disposed via the home waste water net. Sufficient for 50 to 60 tests: Ammonium 0,05-10 mg/l Nitrate 10-80 mg/l Nitrite 0,02-1,0 mg/l Phosphat 0,5-6,0 mg/l ph-Value 5,0 – 9,0 1 Drop = 1° German hardness (dh). Description in English and German.
Used for determining dose rates in µSv/h for β-, γ- and X-rays, this radiation meter can be operated by non-professionals while nonetheless offering the features of a professional dosimeter. Including two built-in Geiger-Müller counter tubes and a large, illuminated LCD display. The device measures the activity of β-and