Temp Meter & Nutrient Controller

Tester PH/Horti-care PH Check


A pH meter is a scientific instrument that measures the hydrogen-ion activity in water-based solutions, indicating its acidity or alkalinity expressed as pH. The pH meter measures the difference in electrical potential between a pH electrode and a reference electrode, and so the pH meter is sometimes referred to as a "potentiometric pH meter". The difference in electrical potential relates to the acidity or pH of the solution. The pH meter is used in many applications ranging from laboratory experimentation to quality control.
  • 0.1 pH resolution
  • Auto End Point- One Touch Calibration
  • Water Resistant
  • Floats on water
  • Drop shock
  • Simple to use

Tester EC/ Seinz Msiemen


Conductivity is one of the most commonly measured parameters in water quality control, manufacturing process control, cleaning processes and municipal water quality check. This tester is specially designed to measure high concentration water. Its portability makes it easy for inspector and service engineer to perform quick on site testing. Some applications include the measurement of condensate in cooling tower and boiler, water treatment in manufacturing plants, chemical mixing and dilution of concentrate liquid etc.
  • 0.1 mS resolution
  • Auto End Point- One Touch Calibration
  • Water Resistant
  • Floats on water
  • Drop shock
  • Simple to use

Tester Handheld Refractometer


Sugar is one of the most tested contents in food processing. Sugar concentrations are measured in the units of Brix. Various models with different display resolutions or scales are available for selection. Choose one with the range that is nearest to your measured value. A meter with a narrow range will give you higher resolution and accuracy.

Thirsty Light Ladybug


The Thirsty Light Ladybirds are digital plant moisture sensor that blinks an LED light to alert the user as to when is it time to water a potted plant. They are designed to be unobtrusive when left in the soil of a plant, where they continuously monitor conditions, testing the moisture level once per second. These moisture sensors can be used indoors or out. While most gardeners and horticulture enthusiasts know that not enough water can be deadly for their greenery, the opposite is also true. With a Thirsty Light Bug, you’ll always know when your plants water supply is just right.