The HI98199 is a rugged, portable multiparameter meter with a single digital probe input. The digital probe input allows the connection of either a pH, conductivity or dissolved oxygen probe. Between the three probes and a built-in barometric pressure transducer the HI98199 can measure up to 10 water quality parameters with 5 being measured by sensors and the other 5 by calculation (i.e. EC to TDS). This professional, waterproof meter complies to IP67 standards and is supplied with all necessary accessories to measure pH/temperature packaged into a durable carrying case.
USB-C for Data Transfer
Dot Matrix Display
An IP67-rated, waterproof meter means that this meter is built to withstand immersion in 1m of water for up to 30 minutes. The meter has rubber gaskets sealing the battery compartment and connectors in epoxy to prevent any water from entering and damaging the internal electronics from water. With an ergonomic design and waterproofing the HI98199 will fit well in your hand and provides years of use.
Note: The meter is displayed with an optional shockproof rubber boot for additional protection.
Dot Matrix Display
The large dot matrix display provides for an intuitive user interface in which the user is guided through any setup configuration or calibration. A dedicated help key provides for contextual help that is related to the screen being viewed at the time. The dot matrix display is viewable under bright sunlight and has a backlight for when viewing under poor lighting conditions.
The low profile vulcanized rubber keypad along with virtual keys provide for a quick entry of password, user ID and sample site. The configuration of the meter can be password protected to prevent any unwanted changes. The user and sample ID are stored with any logged readings and can be transferred to a PC for analysis or long term record keeping.
HI98199 uses highly advance digital electrodes featuring a built-in microprocessor that performs the measurements. When these probes are connected to the meter they are automatically detected and the meter is updated to display the appropriate parameter. These digital electrodes also feature a quick connect DIN connector that provides a secure waterproof connection.
HI98199 is supplied with a pH/temperature probe. The meter can always be upgraded to measure dissolved oxygen or conductivity by purchasing the compatible probe:
Digital Conductivity Probe for HI98199 – HI763093 and Digital Galvanic Dissolved Oxygen Probe for HI98199 – HI764103
The calibration information for a connected probe can be viewed at anytime using the dedicated Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) button on the meter. The calibration information includes the date, time, calibration points and probe characteristic.
Quick Connect Digital Probe Connection with Auto-Sensor Recognition
The Quick Connect DIN connector is designed for quick and secure waterproof connection. The meter will automatically recognizes the probe attached and uploads stored calibration data. Each probe then transmits readings digitally to the meter overcoming challenges faced with standard analog probes.
USB-C Port for Data Transfer
The USB-C port is used for transferring logged data to a PC using Windows compatible software. The HI98199 can log up to 45,000 samples either by interval logging at a set time period or by log on demand of an individual reading.
Built-in Pressure Transducer
The HI98199 has a built in pressure transducer for the measurement of barometric pressure. The pressure measurement can be viewed with any probe connected but the measurement is used when measuring dissolved oxygen for automatic atmospheric pressure compensation.
|pH Range||0.00 to 14.00 pH|
|pH Resolution||0.01 pH|
|pH Accuracy||±0.02 pH|
|pH Calibration||automatic one, two, or three points of five standard buffers (pH 4.01, 6.86, 7.01, 9.18, 10.01) or one custom buffer|
|pH Temperature Compensation||yes|
|mV Range||±600.0 mV|
|mV Resolution||0.1 mV|
|mV Accuracy||±0.5 mV|
|EC Range||0 to 200 mS/cm|
|EC Resolution||1 μS/cm; 0.001 mS/cm; 0.01 mS/cm; 0.1 mS/cm; 1 mS/cm|
|EC Accuracy||±1.5% of reading or ±2 μS/cm whichever is greater|
|EC Calibration||automatic single-point, with six standard solutions (84 μS/cm, 1413 μS/cm, 5.00 mS/cm, 12.88 mS/cm, 80.0 mS/cm, 111.8 mS/cm) or custom point|
|TDS Range||0.0 to 200.0 ppt (g/L) (the maximum value depends on the TDS factor)|
|TDS Resolution||1 ppm (mg/L); 0.001 ppt (g/L); 0.01 ppt (g/L); 0.1 ppt (g/L); 1 ppt (g/L)|
|TDS Accuracy||±1% of reading or ±1 ppm (mg/L) whichever is greater|
|TDS Calibration||based on conductivity calibration|
|EC/TDS Temperature Compensation||yes|
|Temperature Correction Coefficient||0.00 to 6.00 %/°C|
|EC to TDS Conversion Factor||0.00 to 1.00|
|Reference Temperature||25 °C or 20 °C|
|Cell Type||four ring|
|EC/TDS Multi-range Measurement Modes||yes|
|Salinity (PSU) Range||0.00 to 70.00 PSU|
|Salinity (PSU) Resolution||0.01 PSU|
|Salinity (PSU) Accuracy||±2% of reading or ±0.01 PSU whichever is greater|
|Salinity (PSU) Calibration||based on conductivity calibration|
|Salinity (Seawater Sigma) Range||0.0 to 50.0 σt, σ0, σ15|
|Salinity (Seawater Sigma) Resolution||0.1 σt, σ0, σ15|
|Salinity (Seawater Sigma) Accuracy||±1 σt, σ0, σ15|
|Salinity (Seawater Sigma) Calibration||based on conductivity calibration|
|Resistivity Range||0 to 999999 Ω•cm; 0 to 1000.0 kΩ•cm; 0 to 1.0000 MΩ•cm|
|Resistivity Resolution||1 Ω•cm; 0.1 kΩ•cm; 0.0001 MΩ•cm|
|Resistivity Calibration||based on conductivity calibration|
|Oxygen, Dissolved Measurement Type||galvanic|
|Oxygen, Dissolved Range||0.0 to 500.0%; 0.00 to 50.00 ppm (mg/L)|
|Oxygen, Dissolved Resolution||0.1%; 0.01 ppm (mg/L)|
|Oxygen, Dissolved Accuracy||0.0 to 300.0%: ±1.5% of reading or ±1.0% whichever is greater
300.0 to 500.0%: ±3% of reading
0.00 to 30.00 ppm (mg/L) ±1.5% of reading or ±0.10 ppm (mg/L), whichever is greater
30.00 ppm (mg/L) to 50.00 ppm (mg/L): ±3% of reading
|Oxygen, Dissolved Calibration||automatic one or two points at 0, 100% or one custom point|
|Oxygen, Dissolved Temperature Compensation||yes|
|Barometric Pressure Compensation||yes|
|Atmospheric Pressure Range||450 to 850 mmHg; 17.72 to 33.46 in Hg
600.0 to 1133.2 mbar; 8.702 to 16.436 psi
0.5921 to 1.1184 atm; 60.00 to 113.32 kPa
|Atmospheric Pressure Resolution||0.1 mmHg; 0.01 in Hg; 0.1 mbar; 0.001 psi; 0.0001 atm; 0.01 kPa|
|Atmospheric Pressure Accuracy||±3 mmHg within ±15 °C from the temperature during calibration|
|Atmospheric Pressure Calibration||automatic at one custom point|
|Temperature Range||-5.00 to 55.00 °C; 23.00 to 131.00 °F; 268.15 to 328.15 K|
|Temperature Resolution||0.01 °C; 0.01 °F; 0.01 K|
|Temperature Accuracy||±0.15 °C; ±0.27 °F; ±0.15 K|
|Temperature Calibration||automatic at one custom point|
|Temperature Compensation||automatic from -5 to 55 °C (23 to 131 °F)|
|Logging Type||continuous logging or log-on-demand|
|Logging Memory||45000 records|
|Logging Interval||one second to three hours|
|Connectivity||via USB-C with Hanna software|
|Automatic Shut-Off||Not used (disabled), 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 60 minutes|
|Calibration Timeout Reminder||yes|
|Battery Type/Life||1.5V AA batteries (4) / approximately 400 hours of continuous use without backlight (50 hours with backlight)|
|Environment||0 to 50 °C (32 to 122 °F); RH 100%|
|Dimensions||185.0 x 93.0 x 35.2 mm (7.3 x 3.6 x 1.4”)|
|Weight||400 g (14.2 oz.)|
|Ordering Information||HI98199 is supplied with the HI829113 pH digital probe with 4m (13’) cable, pH calibration solution sachets, PC software, micro USB cable, batteries, quality certificate, and instruction manual in a rugged carrying case.|