I just checked it out,is it a ppm meter as well?
You may have to get EC pen or TDS pen as well
The Apera pH60 is an excellent pH pen, I’ve been using them for many years, but it’s not a combo unit. You need a separate device for reading EC/TDS. The comparable one from Apera is the EC60, also an excellent pen.
Wish the apera wasn’t so top heavy. Can’t sit in a shot glass without tipping over
PC 60. This is the multipurpose one I have and does both but it’s over $100 but a very good tool to have
@Bluntsmoke, they stand up perfectly in the little test caps that they come with for calibration purposes. I mix several 5 gallon jugs a night, and they fit perfectly in the neck of the jugs and just reach down into the solution.
@Bluntsmoke they register so fast I just swish it in my 5 gallon bucket. Or I have 1 liter pitchers that I put the solution in to take a reading.
@Lnnicholas you don’t need to go crazy with EC/TDS meters. All they have to do is measure electric current. I think the basic meters do just fine. I used a Honeforest TDS meter for quite a while. Good value for $20
i got the PH20 amd EC20
i use the ph20 and bluelab conductivity pen. I think the quality of the ph meter is more important