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  • Do any of your sensors require special storage ...

    Ion Selective Electrodes should be stored in the humid environment of the storage bottles in which they are shipped. If the sponge at the bottom of the storage bottle dries out, simply add a few drops of distilled water.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/1060

  • What do I do about mold growth in my bottle of pH ...

    Mold growth normally appears as small blackish or grayish specks in the electrode storage solution, and it can also stick to the walls of the bottle and the sensor tip. It does not affect the accuracy or the response of the sensor, but it should be cleaned. Rinse the bottle and its cap with warm soapy dish detergent.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/2338

  • How should I store Vernier products during the summer ...

    The humid environment of the storage bottles in which Optical DO Probes are shipped is ideal for long-term storage. If the yellow sponge at the bottom of the storage bottle dries out, add a few drops of distilled water. Ion-Selective Electrodes. Keep your Ion-Selective Electrodes in the humid environment of the storage bottles in which they ...

    https://www.vernier.com/til/3686

  • Glass-Body pH Electrode BNC: Troubleshooting and FAQs ...

    1. Remove the storage bottle from the electrode by first unscrewing the lid and then removing the bottle and lid. Thoroughly rinse the lower section of the probe, especially around the bulb-shaped tip, using distilled or deionized water. 2. Connect the electrode to one of the Vernier electrode amplifiers.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/3793

  • Data Collection with Go Wireless pH/Electrode Amplifier ...

    Remove the storage bottle from the Go Wireless pH, rinse the tip of the electrode with distilled water, pat dry, and place the electrode in the first buffer solution so the tip is immersed. 4. Once the voltage reading has stabilized, tap Add in the box under the appropriate buffer pH.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/3375

  • The liquid inside my pH Sensor is low or gone. Will it ...

    If the electrode storage bottle is low or empty, then it should be refilled at least halfway with a solution that is a mixture of pH 4 buffer and KCl (the solution is prepared by adding 10 grams of solid KCl to 100 mL of pH 4 buffer solution).

    https://www.vernier.com/til/2166

  • Where do I get pH or ORP Storage Solution? (Buffer Storage ...

    The preservative can be purchased from Flinn Scientific (1-800-452-1261) if needed (order code B0175, 60-mL bottle). We currently ship our electrodes in a buffer storage solution that already has Buffer Preservative added to it.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/369

  • Go Direct pH Sensor Troubleshooting and FAQs - Technical ...

    (Buffer Storage Solution) –What do I do about mold growth in my bottle of pH electrode storage solution? –How can I keep my pH or ORP storage solution from spilling when the sensor is in use? –My pH sensors were stored dry. Will they still work? –What is the best way to clean the glass bulb of the pH electrode?

    https://www.vernier.com/til/3965

  • The pH electrode I have been using no longer seems to work ...

    Soak the probe tip in this storage solution for 30-60 minutes. 4) Rinse the electrode and give it another try. We have found that many old electrodes can be revived in this manner. Generally, storing them in a storage solution (buffer pH 4 + KCl) will keep them in good condition.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/730

  • How do I calibrate a sensor in Logger Pro? - Technical ...

    If using a wet sensor, remove the storage bottle from the sensor (if applicable), rinse the tip of the sensor with distilled water, and place the sensor in the first standard solution so the tip is immersed. Type in the first known calibration value in the edit box. In the calibration dialog box, you will see the potential output of the sensor ...

    https://www.vernier.com/til/2341

  • Go Wireless pH Troubleshooting and FAQs - Technical ...

    (Buffer Storage Solution) –What do I do about mold growth in my bottle of pH electrode storage solution? –How can I keep my pH or ORP storage solution from spilling when the sensor is in use? –My pH sensors were stored dry. Will they still work? –What is the best way to clean the glass bulb of the pH electrode?

    https://www.vernier.com/til/3272

  • How do I manually calibrate my sensor in LabQuest App ...

    3. Prepare the sensor for the first point. For example, if you are calibrating a pH Sensor, remove the storage bottle from the electrode (if applicable), rinse the tip of the sensor with distilled water, and place the sensor in the first standard solution so the tip is immersed.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/3394

  • pH Sensor Troubleshooting and FAQs - Technical Information ...

    (Buffer Storage Solution) What do I do about mold growth in my bottle of pH electrode storage solution? How can I keep my pH or ORP storage solution from spilling when the sensor is in use? My pH sensors were stored dry. Will they still work? What is the best way to clean the glass bulb of the pH electrode? Do any of your sensors require ...

    https://www.vernier.com/til/1361

  • What is the best way to clean the glass bulb of the pH ...

    1) Fill the storage bottle with a mixture of 1 part chlorine bleach to 3 or 4 parts water (careful! such a mixture is hazardous to your skin and eyes!) and soak the electrode for 8 minutes. 2) Thoroughly rinse both in cold or lukewarm water. 3) Refill the bottle with pH Storage Solution and return the sensor to the bottle.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/706

  • My pH sensors were stored dry. Will they still work ...

    Pour ~50 mL of pH 4 buffer into a small beaker. If you don’t have pH 4 buffer, use regular grocery store vinegar (pH = ~2.5). Remove the storage bottle and cap from the pH sensor and place the sensor in the beaker of liquid so it is immersed an inch or two in the liquid. Check the pH reading.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/2201

  • Nitrate Ion-Selective Electrode Troubleshooting and FAQs ...

    First point: The ISE should be soaking in the High Standard. Enter the concentration value of the High Standard. Second point: Remove the ISE from the High Standard, rinse well with distilled water from a wash bottle, and gently blot dry with a paper towel or lab wipe. Place the electrode into the Low Standard.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/1432

  • Potassium Ion-Selective Electrode Troubleshooting and FAQs ...

    Potassium Ion-Selective Electrode (K-BTA) Specifications and User Guide. TROUBLESHOOTING-Primary Test: Check the raw voltages while calibrating in the standards. The high (1000 mg/L) should be around 2.7 volts. The low (10 mg/L) should be around 1.9 volts.-Secondary Test: Refer to General tips for using Ion Selective Electrodes (ISE). RELATED ...

    https://www.vernier.com/til/3115

  • Ammonium Ion-Selective Electrode Troubleshooting and FAQs ...

    Ammonium Ion-Selective Electrode (NH4-BTA) Specifications and User Guide. ... –Do any of your sensors require special storage? ... Second point: Remove the ISE from the High Standard, rinse well with distilled water from a wash bottle, and gently blot dry with a paper towel or lab wipe. Place the electrode into the Low Standard.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/1435

  • Calcium Ion-Selective Electrode Troubleshooting and FAQs ...

    First point: The ISE should be soaking in the High Standard. Enter the concentration value of the High Standard. Second point: Remove the ISE from the High Standard, rinse well with distilled water from a wash bottle, and gently blot dry with a paper towel or lab wipe. Place the electrode into the Low Standard. Wait for the voltage to stabilize.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/1434

  • Tris-Compatible Flat pH Sensor Troubleshooting and FAQs ...

    MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE –How can I keep my pH or ORP storage solution from spilling when the sensor is in use? –Where do I get pH or ORP Storage Solution? (Buffer Storage Solution) –What is the best way to clean the glass bulb of the pH electrode? –Do any of your sensors require special storage? –I bought your pH buffer capsules. Can ...

    https://www.vernier.com/til/2171

  • Go Direct Nitrate Ion-Selective Electrode Troubleshooting ...

    First point: The ISE should be soaking in the High Standard. Enter the concentration value of the High Standard. Second point: Remove the ISE from the High Standard, rinse well with distilled water from a wash bottle, and gently blot dry with a paper towel or lab wipe. Place the electrode into the Low Standard.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/4348

  • Go Direct Calcium Ion-Selective Electrode Troubleshooting ...

    First point: The ISE should be soaking in the High Standard. Enter the concentration value of the High Standard. Second point: Remove the ISE from the High Standard, rinse well with distilled water from a wash bottle, and gently blot dry with a paper towel or lab wipe. Place the electrode into the Low Standard.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/4349

  • Go Direct Potassium Ion-Selective Electrode ...

    Specifications and User Guide TROUBLESHOOTING -Primary Test: Check the readings in the standards. The high should be around 1000 mg/L. The low should be around...

    https://www.vernier.com/til/4347?keyword=elec

  • Go Direct Ammonium Ion-Selective Electrode Troubleshooting ...

    –Do any of your sensors require special storage? ... -Electrode resistance: 0.1 to 5 MΩ ... Second point: Remove the ISE from the High Standard, rinse well with distilled water from a wash bottle, and gently blot dry with a paper towel or lab wipe. Place the electrode into the Low Standard. Enter the concentration value of the Low Standard.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/4346

  • My pH Sensor has mold inside the shaft. How do I remove it ...

    First, we need to determine if there really is mold inside the shaft of the sensor–it might be a precipitate rather than mold. To test this, place the sensor in ~150 mL of warm water and let it sit in the warm water for 15-20 minutes.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/3032

  • Dissolved Oxygen Sensor Troubleshooting and FAQs ...

    Dissolved Oxygen Probe (DO-BTA) Specifications and User Guide. TROUBLESHOOTING-Primary Test: If the probe is filled with the correct filling solution, the blue protective cap is removed, and it is being gently stirred in the water, the readings should be reasonable (6 mg/L to 10 mg/L is typical).

    https://www.vernier.com/til/1413

  • How can I extend the useful life of my Vernier oxygen gas sensor?

    The useful life of Vernier oxygen gas sensors is dependent on how they are stored and how much oxygen they are exposed to over a...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/2588/

  • The glass bulb of my pH Sensor is broken. Can it be repaired?

    No, unfortunately a broken glass bulb on any of our pH sensors cannot be repaired or replaced and is not covered by the warranty. We...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/782/

  • What is the shelf life of a new LabQuest replacement battery?

    This is really a difficult question to answer and will vary battery to battery. We can’t provide a specific shelf life for the batteries but...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/4421/

  • The pH electrode I have been using no longer seems to work or is slow to respond. Is there anything I can do to fix it?

    When testing a pH Sensor (, , ), it is best to place it into a known buffer solution. This allows you to see if...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/730/

  • Where do I get pH or ORP Storage Solution? (Buffer Storage Solution)

    We carry pH/ORP Storage Solution with buffer preservative (mold inhibitor) added. Each bottle contains 500 mL of pH/ORP Storage Solution. We sell this as ....

    http://www.vernier.com/til/369/

  • How should I store Vernier products during the summer?

    Are you packing up your Vernier equipment for storage over the summer? Here are some tips to ensure proper storage over a long break. Go...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/3686/

  • Can I use an ISE with Arduino?

    We do not recommend this combination due to the nature of the sensor and complexity of continuous need for calibration. However, we have done this...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/3635/

  • Can I use my third-party ISE with my Vernier equipment?

    Maybe. The answer to this depends on a couple of things. 1. Does your electrode have a BNC connector? If so, you can use it...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/2291/

  • I found an ORP electrode that was stored dry. How can I test it to see if the electrode is still working?

    The ideal test solution for an ORP electrode is a commercially-produced standard. Many companies sell ORP standards: Hach, Cole Parmer, and Hanna are three examples....

    http://www.vernier.com/til/2467/

  • I bought your pH buffer capsules. Can I make storage solution for my pH Sensors with this kit?

    The (formerly order code PHB) contains two of the three items you’ll need to prepare the electrode storage solution for our pH Sensors. To prepare...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/2174/

  • Do you carry microelectrodes for pH, dissolved oxygen, or specific ions?

    Vernier does not currently carry any type of microelectrode. This includes pH, dissolved oxygen, and/or any type of ion-specific microelectrode. If you are looking for...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/3687/

  • What is the best way to store LabQuest units over summer vacation?

    To store LabQuest units over the summer, shut them down and store them disconnected from a charger. To fully shut down a LabQuest, follow these...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/2018/

  • Do any of your sensors require special storage?

    Yes, there are a few sensors that need to be stored properly in order to stay in good condition. Oxygen Gas Sensors should be stored...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/1060/

  • What do I do if my Optical DO storage cap is broken?

    A crack at the end of the clear storage cap (where the sponge is located) does not affect the functionality of the Vernier Optical DO...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/3094/

  • How can I have my ISE read mV output instead of mg/L?

    There is an experiment file (within Probes & Sensors/ISE) in Logger Pro (version 3.4 or newer) that does this for you using the following equations:...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/1296/

  • How should I organize my Vernier equipment?

    One popular method is to get several shoe box-sized plastic containers and put one kind of each of your Vernier items in each (e.g., one...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/1517/

  • I am using a third-party electrode with your Electrode Amplifier. How do I calibrate the electrode in Logger Pro 3?

    NOTE: The 3rd-party electrode must have a BNC connector at the end of its cable to connect it to the Electrode Amplifier. Also, you’ll need...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/2459/

  • Do you know of a good case for carrying LabQuests, LabPros, calculators, and sensors?

    We do not sell anything like this, but we can give you some options. If you will not be shipping the equipment and will just...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/745/

  • Will ISEs work with DataQuest and the TI-Nspire?

    Yes. However, in the TI-Nspire software v3.0, two-point calibration of an ISE is broken. When calibrating using a computer, the calibration values will be wrong....

    http://www.vernier.com/til/2409/

  • How do I store the calibration for my sensor using Logger Pro?

    Logger Pro makes default calibrations available for all common units for supported sensors. Most Vernier sensors are auto-ID sensors. Auto-ID sensors can be either Smart...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/2342/

  • What is the best way to clean the glass bulb of the pH electrode?

    Generally, rinsing the electrode with distilled water after using should suffice. If the glass bulb looks dirty, you can rinse the electrode with warm water...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/706/

  • How can I keep my pH or ORP storage solution from spilling when the sensor is in use?

    There have been two styles of pH storage bottles. On the original style (loose O-ring), a dime placed under the cap and screwed on will...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/728/

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