Go Direct Drop Counter is used to perform accurate, automatic titrations. This digital sensor can be used in conjunction with a pH Sensor, ORP Sensor, Conductivity Probe, or other sensor to accurately record the volume of titrant added during a titration.
Go Direct Drop Counter has many features that makes it easy to use:
- Adjustable clamp, fits most laboratory ring stands and lattices
- Wide drop-detecting area
- Large sensor slot, fits most conventional stick-style sensors
- Smaller, adjustable slot for temperature sensors
- Red LED, near the detecting area, flashes to indicate a drop has been recorded
Note: Vernier products are designed for educational use. Our products are not designed nor are they recommended for any industrial, medical, or commercial process such as life support, patient diagnosis, control of a manufacturing process, or industrial testing of any kind.
Care and Maintenance
Go Direct Drop Counter contains a small lithium-ion battery. The system is designed to consume very little power and not put heavy demands on the battery. Although the battery is warranted for one year, the expected batter life should be several years. Replacement batteries are available from Vernier (order code: GDX‑BAT‑300).
Storage and Maintenance
To store Go Direct Drop Counter for extended periods of time, put the device in sleep mode by holding the button down for at least three seconds. The red LED will stop flashing to show that the unit is in sleep mode. Over several months, the battery will discharge but will not be damaged. After such storage, charge the device for a few hours, and the unit will be ready to go.
Exposing the battery to temperatures over 35°C (95°F) will reduce its lifespan. If possible, store the device in an area that is not exposed to temperature extremes.
Go Direct Drop Counter is not water resistant and should never be immersed in water.
If water gets into the device, immediately power the unit down (press and hold the power button for more than three seconds). Disconnect the sensor and charging cable, and remove the battery. Allow the device to dry thoroughly before attempting to use the device again. Do not attempt to dry using an external heat source.