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  • pH Tech Tips (.pdf)
    and silver. Potassium chloride and. chloride. silver chloride. Measuring cel electrode. Reference cel electrode. 7. Test Solution. #3 Display Meter. 0. 14. Figure 1. General Purpose Glass Sensor. What is pH?. The measuring solution has a neutral pH level of. 7 or 0 mV. A properly hydrated glass sensor
  • EXA pH Series Technical Information (.pdf)
    application requirements; (3) securing. maintainability; and (4) improving cost performance. Features of the EXA PH Series. (1) Various types of pH sensors for a wide range of applications. General pH sensors use Ryton, an engineering plastic that is mechanically strong. and is comparable to Teflon
  • 3 Essential Things You Need to Know Before Buying a pH Data Logger
    accurate results: 1. The voltage range provided by a standard pH sensor is in the range of +400 mV to -400 mV, corresponding to a pH range of 0 to 14 at room temperature. Any data logger intended for pH measurements must be capable of accepting positive and negative voltages. Also, the device must
  • High-Speed Infrared Sensors for Temperature Monitoring
    solid state physics, al owing acquisition time of. less than 10ms for temperature measurements within the range from -10 to 300°C . Design of high speed IR-Sensors. Fig.1: Principal of infrared thermometers. Fig. 1 shows the basic design of an IR thermometer. The infrared wavelength of the target
  • Selecting The Right Sensor
    need, or maybe you will find that an RTD is much better suited for the situation and really won't cost you any more in the long run. Temperature Sensor Selection. Thermocouples, RTDs, Bearing Sensors, Transmitters, Thermowells, Flanges, Temperature SEnsors. Ph. (818) 886-3755. Fax. (818) 772-7690
  • Ion Selective Sensors and Electrodes Technologies for Industrially, Environmentally and Biologically Significant Ion Measurements - Complete Technical Paper
    field effect transistor technologies, due primarily to their very poor commercial acceptance and extensive technological difficulties of their fabrication for the relatively low volume demand in the ion selective measurement industry (including all of the demand for pH sensors) [1, 2]. Most
  • High-Speed Infrared Sensors for Temperature Monitoring
    mil iseconds available to perform the. measurement. State of the art infrared sensors are based on a pure solid state physics, al owing acquisition time of. less than 10ms for temperature measurements within the range from -10 to 300°C . Design of high speed IR-Sensors. Fig.1: Principal of infrared
  • Investigation of the Influence of Transducer Electronic Data Sheets (TEDS) on Calibration Results
    the. There is no importance on the TKC by TEDS, the effect. method of least sqares. A 1st order interpolation will be. per 10K is still within the normal distribution of this force. calculated with the following equation: transducer type and far away from the permissable value. Y. = A + A Y (1). ph. 0. 1 el. Table 2

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