Eagle Eye SG-500 Portable Digital Hydrometer, Non-Datalogging, Range: 1.000 – 1.405

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It is now easier than ever to accurately measure specific gravity in battery fluids with the Eagle Eye Power Solutions SG-500 Portable Digital Hydrometer. The SG-500 hydrometer battery tester is fast, convenient, and easy to use. Simply place a drop or two of battery fluid in the stainless-steel sample well and press a button. The custom-designed microprocessor delivers a nearly instantaneous readout of specific gravity for the battery fluid to enable quick and easy monitoring of the state-of-charge of your batteries. With specific gravity scales automatically programmed for temperature-compensated readings of H2SO4 (sulfuric acid) at 77°F or 25°C, the SG-500 Hydrometer is ready to measure right out of the box 

SG-500 Kit Includes:

  • SG-500 meter
  • Plastic pipettes
  • Rubber jacket
  • Carrying case

Benefits

  • Fast, convenient, and easy to use - Reduces time to check multiple batteries
  • Large dual-line LCD display - Easy to read results, even in dim-lit areas
  • Calibration is automatic - No special tools or custom solutions required
  • Clean-up is easy - No need to constantly squeeze a hand pump to expel your fluid back into the battery cell – simply wipe dry and go!
  • No moving parts to clean, replace or maintain - Upkeep is easy and cost-effective, resulting in long life and many years of repeated use
  • Durable and rugged - Meter comes with a sturdy rubber jacket AND a heavy-duty, foam-lined hard case for use in challenging environments
  • Backed by support from EEPS – experts in the field of battery testing technology - Peace of mind
  • £975.00
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Specifications

Optic Material:Sapphire
Measuring Range:Specific Gravity: 1.000 – 1.405
Precision: +/- 0.001
Resolution: +/- 0.001
Well/Sample Area Material:Stainless Steel
Evaporation/Sample Cover:Yes
Light Source:Precision LED @ 589.3 nm
Display Type:LCD
Display Characters:24 Characters x 2 Lines
Display Backlight:Yes
Display Language:English, Russian, Spanish, German, French
Temp. Control Method:Auto Temp. Compensation
Temperature Range:0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
Power Source:(2) AAA Batteries
Dimensions:145 x 75 x 37 mm (5.7 x 3 x 1.46 in.)
Weight:250 grams (8.8 Oz.)
User Calibration Points:2
Measurement Scale:H2SO4 (Sulfuric Acid)
Body Material:Plastic
Water Resistance:IP64 - Splashing Water
User Messages:Text-Based
Approval & Certifications:CE


What are some common applications areas for this product?
Common applications include but are not limited to:

  • Acids
  • Bases
  • Aqueous solutions
  • Chemicals
  • Baths
  • Battery Fluids
  • Beverages


The large dual-line LCD display is easily read, even in dim light, and removes the subjectivity associated with interpreting where a boundary line crosses tiny scale divisions.

Automatic Calibration:

Calibration is automatic and does not require the use of special calibration solutions or tools. The SG-500 Hydrometer automatically calibrates itself with water and is ready to use in seconds. No screws to turn and nothing to adjust.

Easy To Use:

Clean-up is just as easy. Simply wipe the sample well with a cloth and you are ready for the next test. No need to constantly squeeze a hand pump to expel your fluid back into the battery cell – since the entire test only requires a drop or two of fluid. Furthermore, there are no moving parts to clean, replace or maintain. Upkeep is easy and extremely cost-effective, resulting in a long life and many years of repeated use.

Durable and Rugged:

The SG-500 Hydrometer comes with a sturdy rubber jacket AND a heavy-duty, foam-lined hard case for use in the most challenging of environments. The SG-500 Hydrometer is a technologically-advanced device that puts laboratory-grade precision in the palm of your hand. Backed by the legendary support from our experts in the field of battery testing and technology, it is exactly the kind of cutting-edge instrumentation you would expect from Eagle Eye Power Solutions.

    • SKU
      SG-500
  • Manufacturer
    Eagle Eye Power Solutions, LLC

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