The Conductivity sensor is used to measure the conductivity of a solution. For most water solutions, the higher the concentration of dissolved salts, and therefore more ions, the higher the conductivity. Low conductivity will indicate an absence of ions and therefore purity of water.
Note: The Conductivity adaptor must be used together with a Conductivity electrode, this pack combines these two products which can also be purchased separately.
All our sensors are supplied with 5 years warranty and lifetime support.
The Conductivity sensor is ideal for measuring salinity and changes in conductivity of a water sample. It can be used by chemists for investigating the difference between ionic and molecular compounds in an aqueous solution. Although it will not identify the specific ions that are present, it can be used to determine the total concentration of ions in a sample.
The 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 Sensor can be used to investigate a number of scientific experiments such as:
For customers outside of the UK, please contact Data Harvest or an overseas distributor within your country.
All available downloadable product resources such as manuals, worksheets and firmware for the Conductivity Pack
|Please see individual products for specifications|
What's in the box
|1x Conductivity Adaptor|
|1x Conductivity Electrode|