The conductivity sensor is designed to determine the concentration of the ionic content of an aqueous solution, has two measurement ranges. In chemical experiments, it could be used to study the differences between ionic and molecular compounds in aqueous solutions. The electrical conductivity sensor can be used in typical experiments: comparison of the electrical conductivity of different water samples; reaction of phenol and saturated bromine water; and study of the purity of drinking water; relationship between element size and solute displacement. The sensor meets the following parameters:
1. Range: 0 to 20,000 μS/cm (0 to 10,000 mg/L); 3. Resolution: 0.1 ~ 0.2 μS/cm
2. Accuracy: ± 10% of full-scale reading for each range.
The sensor is compatible with data loggers, connection via RJ45 interface.