Milwaukee MW600 PRO Dissolved Oxygen Meter

SKU: 9139-MW600~ea

Milwaukee MW600 PRO Dissolved Oxygen Meter

SKU: 9139-MW600~ea
Regular price $353.92 CAD
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Milwaukee MW600 PRO Dissolved Oxygen Meter

The Milwaukee MW600 PRO Portable Dissolved Oxygen meter is reliable, fast and has lab level accuracy.  It is popular with everyone from field biologists and educators, to fish farmers and koi pond owners.


  • Fast, easy-to-read results with large digital LCD readout
  • Repeatable, accuracy to ±1.5% FS
  • Lightweight and portable
  • Simple 2-point open air calibration
  • Uses MA840 reinforced polarographic probe with an oxygen-permeable polytetrafluroethylene (PTFE) membrane sensor
  • 5 O-rings, membranes and one protective cap are included
  • 10-foot probe cable for extra flexibility when testing
  • 70 hours of battery life with continuous use (battery included) with low battery warning


  • O2 Range: 0.0 to 19.9 mg/L
  • O2 Resolution: 0.1 mg/L
  • O2 Accuracy: ±1.5% Full Scale
  • Calibration: Manual on 2 points (zero and slope)
  • Temperature Compensation: Automatic, from 0 to 30°C
  • Probe: MA840 refillable polarographic probe included
  • Membranes: 5 included
  • Environment: 0 to 50°C / 32 to 122°F; max RH 95%
  • Battery Type: 1 x 9V alkaline (included)
  • Battery Life: Approx. 70 hours of continuous use
  • Dimensions: 5.7 x 3.1 x 1.6 inches
  • Weight: 7.5 ounces with battery

Milwaukee MW600 Manual



  1. Take the membrane off the end of the probe and dry the diode off.
  2. Connect the probe to the base unit and turn the unit on. Your display should read 0.0. If it does not, go to the position “0” screw on the front of the unit with the screwdriver provided and through the access hole make the unit display read 0.0.
  3. Go to the membrane and put the “O” ring inside the membrane on the shoulder at the base of the threads. Fill the membrane to just short of the “O” ring with MA9071 electrolyte solution. Be sure that there are no bubbles inside the membrane. (Air bubbles are the main cause of calibration failure.)
  4. Screw the membrane on to the probe.
  5. Turn the meter on and hang the probe off the end of a table pointing down and let the unit display stabilize (this may take 5 to 15 minutes).
  6. Push down and hold the “Cal” button on the front face of the meter and with the screwdriver go to the front Cal position “100%” and make the display read 100.


  • Watch for the membrane having wrinkles or stretch marks. If you see wrinkles, replace with a new membrane
  • Always use fresh electrolyte solution (MA9071)
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