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Temperature (-40 to 140 °C) - DT029
Fourier’s stainless steel Temperature Sensor is both simple and durable. It is covered with a protective isolating material, making it significantly stronger than a traditional glass thermometer. The sensor connects directly to the data logger using a standard mini-din cable.
With a range of -40 °C to 140 °C, it can be used for experiments in Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Earth Science, and Environmental Science. It is particularly well suited for conduction water and other chemical solution temperature measurements.
pH electrode - DT018
The pH sensor is capable of measuring the entire range of 0 - 14 pH and is used for various experiments in Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Science. This sensor can replace the traditional pH meter and in addition, it automatically collects the pH data and the pH changes during chemical reactions and displays these changes in a graph. The pH sensor (DT016A) consists of the Fourier Systems adaptor (DT017) and a pH electrode (DT018) and is equipped with an automatic temperature compensation system.
The pH Sensor is used for various experiments in Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Science. Common experiments include: measuring the pH of bodies of water over long periods of time, diffusion of liquids, acidification of milk, or acid-base titration, and more.