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Neulog - pH Logger Sensor

Neulog - pH Logger Sensor

Article number: 58632
Stock:  In stock 
Shipping time: 1-3 days
115.00  EUR (incl. VAT)

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Use the pH logger to measure pH values ​​in liquids, e.g. water, milk and soda and the changing values ​​in e.g. titrations. You can also check the pH in the soil or in lakes and streams.

The pH logger is typically used in nature / technology, biology and physics / chemistry. It has a long life. The sealed reference system and gel-filled make it easy to use and maintain the pH logger both in the laboratory and in the field.

The pre-calibrated pH logger can be used as soon as you get it in the door. Should you later need to restore the original settings, the logger can be calibrated with a pH = 7 standard buffer solution. As a standard buffer solution you can use distilled water. This is easily accomplished by connecting the data logger to a power source (such as a battery module or USB module and PC), inserting it into the buffer resolution and pressing the logger's push button for approx. 3 seconds. The reading will then be calibrated to pH = 7. If you do not have access to a buffer solution, use tap water (although not quite accurate).

To use the pH logger, you need a USB module (for PC / Mac), a WiFi module and a battery module (for tablet / smartphone) or a battery module (in the field). These modules are not included but must be purchased separately. The modules are also part of the basic package, which contains all the basic modules that are good to have when you need as much out of your NeuLog data loggers as possible.

Manufacturer: NeuLog
Product name: pH log sensor NUL-206
Can be used in the range: pH 0 to 14
Solution: pH 0.01
Max. sampling frequency: 100 samples / sec.
Experiment Duration: 1 second to 31 days
Included: English User Guide

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