Eutech CyberScan PC 300 - multiparameter

CyberScan PC 300

  • Waterproof and Dustproof Housing IP67 rated making it ideal for harsh environments
  • Warranty This meter comes with a three year warranty
  • pH / Conductivity / Total Dissolved Solids / Temperature
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The CyberScan PC 300 provides pH, conductivity and temperature measurements in one handheld unit. It features a range of specialty electrodes for specific applications. These electrodes are easily interchangeable.

For easy viewing the user can toggle between pH/temperature and conductivity/temperature at the touch of a button.

Manufactured by: Eutech Instruments
Model: CyberScan PC 300

Services offered for this product

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  • Installation
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  • Maintenance


Water quality of plant water intake and discharge
Water and wastewater monitoring
Industrial process systems
Food analysis and quality assurance testing
Drinking water
Effluent water
Process water
Ecology studies, aquaculture and hydraponics
pH and conductivity measurements in laboratories


pH Range -2.00 to 16.00 pH
Resolution & Accuracy 0.01 pH & ± 0.01 pH
Conductivity Range 0 to 19.99, 199.9, 1999 µS/cm; 19.99, 199.9 µS/cm
TDS Range 0 to 9.99, 99.9, 999 ppm; 9.99, 99.9 ppt,
Max. 199.9 ppt (depending on factor setting)
Resolution & Accuracy 0.1, 1 mV & ±0.1, 1 mV
Temperature Range 0 to 100.0°C; 32.0 to 212°F (Meter)
Resolution & Accuracy 0.1°C & ± 0.3°C; 0.1°F & 0.5°F
No. of pH Calibration Points Up to 5 points
pH Buffer Option USA: pH 1.68, 4.01, 7.00, 10.01, 12.45
NIST: pH 1.68, 4.01, 6.86, 9.18, 12.45
No. of Conductivity Calibration Points 5 points (max. 1 per range)
Cond. to TDS Conversion Factor 0.40 to 1.00 (selectable)
Temperature Compensation Automatic / Manual (0 to 100°C)
Special Functions Stability Indicator; Auto Power-Off after 30 minutes;
Hold; Self-diagnostics messages
Power 4 'AAA' x 1.4V batteries




Total dissolved solids (TDS) is a measure of the combined inorganic and organic substances dissolved in water. It is directly related to the electrical conductivity of water and as such can be used as an indication of change.
TDS is only relevant in freshwater systems as salinity will dramatically increase the conductivity and therefore apparent TDS.