EcoTestr TDS High

  • Accurate Manual calibration option for superb accuracy
  • Warranty This prroduct is covered by a 1 year meter warranty
  • Rugged and Sturdy IP67 rated casing for durability in the field
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If you require a economical and easy to use Total Dissolved Solids tester the EcoTestr TDS High is the ideal option, it allows a wide range of applications to be measured with up to ±1% full scale accuracy with adjustable TDS factors from 0.50 to 1.00. Calibrations are easy to carry out at the simple push of a button and manual calibarions can be selected for better accuracy with near-to-sample calibrations.

Other features of the EcoTestr TDS High which make this TDS tester the ideal option are the IP67 waterproof rated casing, click-lock battery compartment requires no tools for battery replacements, hold function which momentarily freezes readings for the ease of recording and a sensor protective cap that doubles up as a container for samples or calibration solution.

This pocket tester comes complete with a 1 year meter warranty.

Manufactured by: Eutech Instruments
Model: EcoTestr TDS High

Services offered for this product

  • Sales
  • Rental
  • Installation
  • Calibration
  • Maintenance


Water and wastewater treatment
Environmental monitoring
Aquaculture and aquariums
Pools and spas
Food and beverage manufacturing
Cooling towers
Photo-development and more!


.. to 10.00 ppt
Resolution 0.1 ppt
Accuracy ±1 % full scale (±2 % above 5 ppt)
Calibration points 1 (digital, push-button)
TDS Factor 0.50 to 1.00 (factory set to 0.71)
Non-Volatile Memory Yes
Hold Function Yes
Auto-Off 8.5 mins after last key pressed
LCD Display
3 1/2 digit with annunciator
Power 4 X 1.5 V ‘A76’ Micro alkaline batteries
Ingress Rating IP67 Waterproof
Dimensions; Weight
Boxed: 24.5 cm x 13.5 cm x 4.5 cm; 137 g


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TDS is only relevant in freshwater systems as salinity will dramatically increase the conductivity and therefore apparent TDS.
TSS are particles that are larger than 2 microns found in the water column. Anything smaller than this is called a dissolved solid.