SM-850 Salinity Meter Product ID: SM-850

SM-850 conductivity type salinity meter can measure the salt content in broth or mixed liquid.
Ordinary optical salinometers cannot accurately measure the salt content in the mixed liquid, or when the soup contains fat, it cannot be measured by optical methods.
But through the conductivity method, the salt content in the broth or soup can be accurately measured.

Product ID: SM-850
Micro Processor Base Salinity Meter ( SM-850)
Model SM-850 Features:
_Portability and simplicity one-hand operation
_Dual display Salinity and Temperature
_Automatic Temperature Compensation
_Average calculation, interval measuring,
_Use highly accurate NTC temperature sensor
_Auto power off function
_CE-Mark approval

Category: pH meters
Low battery indication: The "Battery symbol " is displayed when the
battery voltage drops below the operating level.
Operating environment: 0 C to 50C, <75% R.H..
Storage environment: -20C to 60 C, 0 to 80% R.H.
with battery removed from meter.
Accuracy: Stated accuracy at 23 C +/- 5 C, <75% R.H..
Dimensions: 167mm(H) x 48mm(W) x 24mm(D).
Weight: Approx. 330g. (including probe and battery)
Sensor: Thermistor temperature sensor
Range: -20 C to 60C, -4 F to 140F
Resolution: 0.1 C / 0.1 F
Accuracy: +/-0.5 C ,0 C to 45 C;
+/-1 °C -20 C to 0 C, 45 C to 60 C;
+/-1 F : 32 F to 113F
+/- 2 F:-4 F to 32 F, 113 F to 140 F
Relative Salinity:
Relative Salinity:
Range: 0.1% to 10%
Temperature compensation: -5 C to 60C, Automatic Accuracy:
0% to 0.9% (+/- 0.1)
1.0% to 1.9% (+/- 0.2)
2.0% to 2.9% (+/- 0.3)
3.0% to 4.9% (+/- 0.5)
5.0% to 7.9% (+/- 1.0)
8.0% to 10.0% (+/-1.5, depend on the way of measuring)
Water monitoring
We have bought the Tecpel 850 Salinity meter and when we are trying to get an acurate reading but it say ,H % the majority of the time and we have tried to find out what it means in the manual and online but we can not locate an answer.
What does ,H% mean?


The test range of our salinity meter is 0-10.0%, so your test value shows H%, which means it exceeds the test range.
You need to dilute your sample. If you take a 10cc sample in 100cc of clean water, multiply the value by 10 after the test.