655-T-6 pH Rental

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655-T-6 pH Rental

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Portable pH Rental System

  • pH Analyzer – Model 655-T-6
  • pH Sensor – Model 625-7-17-34P-72(20ft)
  • Stainless Steel stand
  • Quick Connectors
  • IC Net Net program and usermanual
  • RS232 to USB adapter cable.
  • Carrying/shipping case

Comes precalibrated and ready to use.  Log your pH levels continuously or by spot checks.

Rental terms and conditions apply. Minimum one month rental periods. Rental units are only available for shipment in Canada and the United States of America.

Interested in a quote? Don't delay, contact us today! Our rental units move fast and are usually in use in the field for long periods of time.

Model 655-T is also available for sale.


The intuitive user-friendly program “just seems to do what you expect.” The program has auto-calibration self-diagnostics and fault tolerance. The analyzer has dual programmable alarms with self- and sensor diagnostic alert, and output hold during calibration.


  • Measures pH within +/- 0.1 pH
  • Sensor with 20 ft cable may be placed directly into process or into flowcell using quick disconnects and a pumped sample.
  • Data logs to internal memory over 1600 readings.
  • If your PC is left connected any size log can be directly saved to its memory.
  • Memory log can be set to any frequency, and to stop at full or bump oldest reading.
  • Internal log can be downloaded later to your PC in convenient spreadsheet/graphing format.
  • IC Net-869 is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, and XP. Also works with Model 655-T analyzers.
  • Long-term stability.
  • Pre-calibrated for quick easy fast start to your tests.
  • Quality stainless steel and NEMA 4X, IP65 housing construction.
  • RS232 via USB connection digital communication to a computer
  • 115/230 VAC powered

Engineering Specifications
User Manual


  • Raw Water pH profile logging
  • Effluent Water pH profile logging.
  • General purpose use
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pH Theory and Measurement

pH Measuring techniques, the sensing versus the reference electrode, etc
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