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    3 in 1 Soil pH Moisture Meter

    This 3 in 1 soil moisture meter provides precise measurements of soil moisture, light intensity, and pH levels, empowering you to optimize plant health effortlessly. Whether you're tending to indoor houseplants or nurturing outdoor gardens, this soil moisture tester is your go-to tool.
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    Buy a professional 3 way soil moisture meter online, equipped with a large and clear dial. Simply insert the probe into the soil to obtain accurate readings of plant moisture content, light levels, and pH balance. This compact yet powerful soil moisture detector provides instant feedback on soil humidity, light intensity, and pH levels, enabling you to make informed decisions for healthier, more abundant plants.

    3 in 1 soil ph moisture meter details

    Moisture/light/pH meter

    • sisco professional moisture detector does not require power supply, integrating three functions in one, capable of measuring soil moisture pH level, and the intensity of sunlight required for plant photosynthesis.
    • Easy to operate, insert the three way moisture meter into the soil, switch to the desired measurement setting, and read the scale.
    • Turning the button can adjust the humidity value, brightness, and acidity and alkalinity.
    3 in 1 soil light moisture meter details
    Double-needle probe, measuring swiftly
    • Design with dual probes enables faster and more accurate detection of soil moisture, pH, and humidity information. 
    • The large gauge display provides clear readings for added convenience. 
    • No batteries are required for operation.


    The 3 in 1 moisture meter is used in various applications such as greenhouse management, potted plant cultivation, outdoor gardening, and horticulture practices to monitor and adjust soil conditions for optimal plant growth.

    Soil moisture pH meter for horticulture


    soil moisture pH meter for greenhouse


    Soil moisture pH meter for outdoor


    Soil moisture pH meter for potted plant

    Potted Plant



    Model SISCO-MM-ST01
    Function Detect humidity/light/pH
    Humidity 1~10%
    pH 8~3.5
    Light 0~2000
    Working Temperature  -10-60°C
    Certificate CE
    Power Supply No power supply, photosensitive element
    Moisture Detector Size 255*60*35mm
    Probe Size φ5*180mm
    Weight 80g

    Dimension (unit: mm)

    Long probe soil moisture meter dimension

    How to Use sisco 3 in 1 Moisture Meter?

    1. When measuring soil pH and moisture, first insert the probe as deeply as possible into the soil (at least 10CM).
    2. Toggle the button on the pen to "MOIST." MOIST indicates moisture levels corresponding to the chart: DRY for dry, WET for wet, with values ranging from 1-3 (in the red section) indicating a need for watering, 4-7 (in the green section) being appropriate, and 8-10 (in the blue section) indicating excessive moisture. Adjust watering times according to the species of plant.
    3. Toggle the button on the pen to "PH." PH indicates acidity levels corresponding to values ranging from 8 to 3.5 on the chart. ALKALINE represents alkalinity, ACIDIC represents acidity, and a value of 7 is neutral. The smaller the value, the greater the acidity. Adjust soil acidity according to the species of plant.
    4. The LIGHT button measures light intensity within the range of 0-2000 lumens. A higher value indicates stronger light. Decide whether shading is necessary based on the species of plant.
    5. When using sisco soil moisture tester, ensure the electrode does not touchstones. Avoid excessive force to prevent damaging the electrode. Clean the electrode thoroughly after use.
    6. The 3 in 1 soil moisture detector can only test soil and earth. The probe should be inserted to two-thirds of the soil's depth.

    pH Level

    pH level

    Light Intensity

    Light intensity




    Q1: Can I use the soil moisture meter for testing soil in pots or containers?
    A1: Yes, you can use a sisco soil moisture meter to test the soil in pots or containers. These meters are designed to measure the moisture content of soil regardless of whether it's in the ground or in a container. They are handy tools for monitoring the moisture levels of potted plants to ensure proper hydration and avoid overwatering or underwatering. Just insert the probe into the soil in the pot or container and follow the instructions provided with the meter to get an accurate reading.

    Q2: Can I use 3 way moisture meter for both indoor and outdoor plants?
    A2: Yes, you can typically use a 3-way moisture meter for both indoor and outdoor plants. These meters are designed to measure moisture levels in soil, regardless of whether the plants are grown indoors or outdoors. Just ensure that the meter is suitable for the types of soil and conditions specific to your plants' environment.

    Q3: Can I use the digital soil moisture meter for testing soil in pots or containers?
    A3: Yes, you can absolutely use a digital soil moisture meter to test the soil in pots or containers. These meters work by measuring the moisture content of the soil, regardless of whether it's in a pot, container, or directly in the ground. It's a convenient tool for ensuring proper watering and maintaining optimal conditions for plant growth in container gardening. Just make sure to insert the probe into the soil at various depths to get an accurate reading.

    Tips: What should I do if the digital soil moisture meter readings seem inaccurate?

    If the digital soil moisture meter readings appear inaccurate, there are several steps you can take to troubleshoot the issue:

    1. Calibration Check: Ensure the soil moisture meter is properly calibrated according to the manufacturer's instructions. Calibration drift can occur over time, so periodic checks are necessary.
    2. Verify Probe Placement: Make sure the soil moisture probe is inserted correctly into the soil. It should be placed at the appropriate depth and in representative locations within the soil profile.
    3. Soil Condition: Consider the soil type and conditions. Certain soil characteristics such as texture, compaction, and salinity can affect moisture readings. Adjustments may be necessary for different soil types.
    4. Environmental Factors: Take into account environmental conditions such as temperature and humidity, as they can influence moisture readings. Ensure that the meter is used under suitable environmental conditions.
    5. Battery Status: Check the battery level of the moisture meter. Low battery power can affect the accuracy of readings. Replace the batteries if necessary.
    6. Interference: Be aware of any potential sources of interference that may affect the meter's performance, such as nearby electronic devices or electromagnetic fields.
    7. Consult Manufacturer: If the issue persists, consult the manufacturer's troubleshooting guide or contact their customer support for assistance. They may provide specific recommendations or offer repair or replacement services if the meter is found to be faulty.

    Thank you for buying industrial test and measurement equipment on, all products sold by SISCO and the partner cover a 12 months warranty, effective from the date of receiving the products.

    What is covered?

    SISCO is responsible for providing free spare parts, and free technical support to assist the customer to repair the defective products until the problem is solved.

    What is not covered?

    • Product purchased from anyone other than a SISCO store or a SISCO authorized reseller.
    • Expendable parts.
    • Routine cleaning or normal cosmetic and mechanical wear.
    • Damage from misuse, abuse or neglect.
    • Damage from use of parts other than SISCO approved.
    • Damage from use outside the product’s usage or storage parameters.
    • Damage from use of parts not sold by SISCO.
    • Damage from modification or incorporation into other products.
    • Damage from repair or replacement of warranted parts by a service provider other than a SISCO authorized service provider.
    • Damage caused by the application environment not meeting the product usage requirements and the failure to perform preventive maintenance.
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