PASCO PASPort pH Sensor with Probe (PS-2102)
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The PASCO PASPort pH Sensor with Probe (PS-2102) is designed to measure the hydronium ion concentration in a solution and reports it as a pH value. This sensor is ideal for a variety of activities where acidity testing or monitoring is relevant.
This PASCO PASPort pH Sensor with Probe has a wide measurement range of 0 to 14 ph and gives you 0.01 pH resolution and low noise to produce more accurate stable data. This makes it useful for large pH changes as well as subtle changes.
NOTE: This product requires a PASCO PASPort interface or datalogger in order to be used.
Recommended Alternative — The Wireless pH Sensor can perform all of the functions of the PASPort pH Sensor at a lower price. Best of all, it connects directly* to your computers, tablets, smartphones and Chromebooks. All without the need for an interface and with no cables to get in the way.
*Devices without native Bluetooth® Smart connectivity will require a USB adapter.
- Typical applications include: titrating an acid into a base; investigating the chemistry of buffers; and monitoring water quality
0 to 14 (0 to 12 with the included probe)
±0.1 (After Calibration)
gel-fitted Ag-AgCl combination electrode
Maximum Sample Rate
1 X PASPort pH Sensor
1 X pH Electrode
1 X Storage bottle containing storage solution
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