IceCap Salinity Digital Pocket Tester



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Salinity and Temperature Reading within Seconds SG  |  PPT  |  °F    
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Eliminate the uncertainty associated with Mechanical Refractometers

IceCap salinity Digital Pocket Tester is an easy-to-use durable, water resistant device that makes use of conductivity of electricity to determine the specific gravity and salinity of both the natural as well as artificial seawater. In just a few seconds the salinity and temperature are recorded and then displayed on the simple reading backlit LCD display.


  • HD0 High Resolution Measuring Salinity
  • Large LCD Display with Backlight
  • Water Temperature Reading
  • Calibratable
0.5 lbs
9 × 1.5 × 1.5 in


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