MA887 Digital Seawater Refractometer - Milwaukee
The new Milwaukee MA887 Seawater Digital Refractometer encompasses 3 different types of user selected scales for the measurement of seawater providing for a much more precise evaluation. Each scale is temperature compensated.
- PSU - The newest type scale standard – Letters stand for Practical Salinity Units and is fast become the universal standard for seawater measurement
- PPT - The old standard of Parts Per Thousand of saturated salt. This is the oldest of the 3 seawater measurements scales
- S.G. - The current standard of Specific Gravity hydrometers and refractometers.
The Milwaukee Instruments MA887 digital refractometer is easy to calibrate and easy to read and provides highest accuracy possible for the measurement of seawater 3 specific scales. This is the type of accuracy demanded by today’s professionals and Milwaukee Instruments delivers.
Milwaukee Digital Seawater Refractometer Specifications:
|S.G.:||1.000 - 1.114||0.001||+/- 0.002|
|Temp:||0-80C / 32-176F||0.1 C/F||+/- 2 0.3 C/ +/- 5F|
There are three different settings to read the salinity with this unit. (PSU/PPT/S.G.). It sounds like you have your refractometer set to S.G. - Specific Gravity, which will read down to the 1000th decimal. You can change your reading by pressing the "Range" button until you get to the PPT-Parts per thousand reading, which will read zero at "0" and properly mixed saltwater at "35ppt". :-)
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