Wireless pH meters using smart phone and tablet technology

It is now possible to take laboratory grade pH and temperature measurements using a smart phone or tablet. Hanna has introducing new models including a HALO with a tapered tip for vials and test tubes and a microbulb HALO for use in samples of as little as 100 µL. All readings are transmitted directly to a compatible smart phone or tablet running the Hanna Lab app or edge blu.

The Hanna Lab app, available on iOS and Android, turns a compatible smart phone or tablet into a full-featured pH meter when used with a HALO pH probe with Bluetooth Smart technology. Functions include calibration, measurement, data logging, graphing and data sharing. Measurement and logging of pH and temperature at one second intervals start as soon as the probe is connected. Measurements can be displayed alone on the display, with tabulated data, or as a graph. The graph can be panned and zoomed with pinch-to-zoom technology for enhanced viewing.

 

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