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The Smart Q Conductivity Sensor is used to measure the conductivity of a solution.
The Conductivity pack is both the Conductivity adapter (3135) and the Conductivity electrode (3136).
This sensor can be set to any of four ranges enabling accurate measurements from very low ionic sources such as deionised or distilled water to very highly conductive solutions including sea water.
The Conductivity electrode is manufactured from epoxy and has graphite plate electrodes. This construction offers good durability in field use. It is ideal for measuring salinity and changes in conductivity of a water sample. The sensor cannot identify the specific ions that are present, but can be used to determine the total concentration of ions in a sample.
2-minute - conductivity sensor
The electrode incorporates an in-built temperature sensor that is used to compensate for changes in the conductivity of solutions with temperature.
The electrode should be kept clean and free of deposits and should therefore be washed between samples, and after use to prevent build up on the graphite plates.
Downloads Conductivity Sensor Manual Doc No.: DS035 | Issue: 5
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