The most common reasons for pH meter error is dry storage of the electrode and electrode contamination. These cause loss of accuracy, reduced performance and slower response times. Avoid placing pH electrodes in harsh chemicals especially those of high concentration or extreme pH e.g. pH Up. These can damage electrodes or increase the need for electrode maintenance. Thoroughly clean the electrode after use and always store your pH meter with the cap firmly in place. Frequency of meter calibration is crucial and will optimize your pH meter’s performance.
- Alfred Digital PH/Temp Meter Water Resistant specs - Specifications: Measures pH and Temperature One-touch automatic digital calibration Water resistant Simultaneous temperature display Sleek, lightweight design Large LCD display Automatic Temperature Compensation (ATC) Auto-off function,...
- Alfred's Digital EC/TDS Meter specs - Specifications: Four scales: EC: µS, mS; TDS: ppm, ppt Automatic Temperature Compensation (ATC) Water resistant Measurement Range: 0-9990 µS; 0-5000 ppm; 0-9.9 mS; 0-5.0 ppt Digital Calibration (push...
- Cyco Calibration Solution pH 4.0 - Specifications: For calibration of pH Meters at pH 4.0 pH Buffer 4.0 @ 25° C (77° F) Based on international (APHA) standard formula The most common reasons for...
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