Laboratory pH Meter for testing pH in Microplates and Tubes
The Rapid_pH™ benchtop pH meter reduces the time and tedium associated with manual pH measurement. Manual use of Laboratory pH meters typically requires endless rinsing, drying, immersing, waiting for stabilization and recording of the result. The Rapid_pH makes your life so much easier by completely automating all of these steps. Do you need to focus on other tasks in the lab that are more important to you?
pH Testing of Large Sample Sets While Reducing Volumes
This automated pH meter will increase your pH testing throughput while working on other tasks. pH sample volumes can be as small as 75 ul in half area 96 well microplates. Test pH samples with volumes of 200 ul in a standard 96 well microplate. Larger sample volumes are not a problem in deep well microplates, vials or tubes. pH is measured quickly, and accuracy and precision will be improved.
The Rapid_pH enables pH measurement of large sets of samples as never before possible:
- Provides walk away time from pH testing to perform more important tasks
- Increase throughput of testing
- Accurate within +-0.05 pH
- Automation assures consistency of results
- pH measurement range from 0.0 to 14.0
- Easy calibration
- Can be used as part of a larger automated system
The Rapid_pH software is intuitive so it is easy to calibrate the pH meter and then run your pH samples with minimal training. The Rapid_pH software allows you to import data about your sample sets and export the pH results. The pH meter calibration screen is shown below. Simply select the type of plate you are using, enter the standards (any number of repetitions is supported), and press the play button:
pH samples are run from a similar screen. In this case, the user picks the microplate format, then either manually selects the wells to be read or imports the data from a saved file that the user creates. A ph sample set can be run in row or column order. The Rapid_pH used Mettler Toledo InLab Micro Probes. It is not compatible with HANNA pH probes or Thermo Fisher pH probes.