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  • Electrode Amplifier Troubleshooting and FAQs - Technical ...

    Electrode Amplifier (EA-BTA) Specifications and User Guide. TROUBLESHOOTING-Primary Test: Connect an ORP sensor or a pH sensor to the Electrode Amplifier and connect the Electrode Amplifier to a Vernier interface. Start the data-collection program.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/1430

  • Go Direct Electrode Amplifier Troubleshooting and FAQs ...

    Go Direct ® Electrode Amplifier (GDX-EA) Specifications and User Guide. TROUBLESHOOTING-Primary Test: Connect an electrode (such as an ORP, pH or ISE) to the Electrode Amplifier and connect the Electrode Amplifier to your platform. Start the data-collection program.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/3858

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

    Ammonium Ion-Selective Electrode (NH4-BTA) Specifications and User Guide. TROUBLESHOOTING-Primary Test: Check the raw voltages while calibrating in the standards. The high (100 mg/L) should be around 2.1 volts. The low (1 mg/L) should be around 1.3 volts.-Secondary Test: Refer to General tips for using Ion Selective Electrodes (ISE). RELATED ...

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

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

    Go Direct ® Calcium Ion-Selective Electrode (GDX-CA) 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 10 mg/L.

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

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

    Chloride Ion-Selective Electrode (CL-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 2.0 volts. The low (10 mg/L) should be around 2.8 volts.-Secondary Test: Refer to General tips for using Ion Selective Electrodes (ISE). RELATED ...

    https://www.vernier.com/til/1433

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

    Nitrate Ion-Selective Electrode (NO3-BTA) Specifications and User Guide. TROUBLESHOOTING-Primary Test: Check the raw voltages while calibrating in the standards. The high (100 mg/L) should be around 1.6 volts. The low (1 mg/L) should be around 2.4 volts.-Secondary Test: Refer to General tips for using Ion Selective Electrodes (ISE). RELATED TIL ...

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

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

    Glass-Body pH Electrode BNC (GPH-BNC) Specifications and User Guide. TROUBLESHOOTING – Proper Set-Up: 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.

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

  • 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

  • ORP Sensor Troubleshooting and FAQs - Technical ...

    -Primary Test: The ORP Sensor consists of an ORP Electrode connected to an Electrode Amplifier using a BNC connector. Connect the Electrode Amplifier to the interface. Run the data-collection program and set up the ORP Sensor to read in units of mV. Place the tip of the sensor in a buffer solution of known pH and check the readings.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/1437

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

    Sometimes a method called “shocking” is used to revive pH electrodes. To shock your pH Sensor, perform the following steps: 1) Let the pH Electrode soak for 4-8 hours in an HCl solution between 0.1 and 0.5 M. 2) While the probe is soaking, prepare a batch of new storage solution.

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

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

    Calcium Ion-Selective Electrode (CA-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 1.9 volts. The low (10 mg/L) should be around 1.5 volts.-Secondary Test: Refer to General tips for using Ion Selective Electrodes (ISE). RELATED ...

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

  • 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

  • How do I use the Ethanol sensor with a CO2 Gas sensor to ...

    Important: Use a ring stand and a clamp or electrode support to secure the sensor. Adjust the sensor so that the tip of the sensor is one cm above the level of the liquid. 8. Using a gentle, twisting motion, place the CO2 Gas Sensor in the other opening in the BioChamber. 9. Begin data-collection.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/2862

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

    pH ELECTRODE OPERATION ... pH uses Bluetooth low energy technology and can only be used with devices running the appropriate software that support Bluetooth low energy technology. For more detail, see Go Wireless Sensors - Computer, Tablet and Mobile Device Support Details. Requirements for iOS support:

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

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

    Electrode slope = –56 ±3 mV/decade at 25°C Electrode resistance = 1 to 5 MΩ Minimum sample size = Must be submerged 2.8 cm (1.1 in) Potential readings, typical = 114 mV in 1000 mg/L, 230 mV in 10 mg/L dimension ISEA: 8.5 cm height x 3 cm wide x 1.75 cm depth dimension electrode: 15.5 cm length, 12 mm OD shaft diameter: 12mm OD

    https://www.vernier.com/til/4350

  • EKG Sensor Troubleshooting and FAQs - Technical ...

    EKG Sensor (EKG-BTA) Specifications and User Guide. TROUBLESHOOTING – Primary Test: The most common cause of problems with this sensor is a poor connection, either between the tabs and the skin, or between the clips and the tabs.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/1415

  • General tips for using Ion Selective Electrodes (ISE ...

    Ion-Selective Electrodes require careful use. The following are some general tips to keep in mind that will supplement the information found in the probe booklet that comes with the ISE and in our “Water Quality with…” lab manuals.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/665

  • 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 with the Electrode Amplifier (EA-BTA), the Go Wireless ® Electrode Amplifier (GW-EA, discontinued), or the Go Direct ® Electrode Amplifier (GDX-EA). The EA-BTA amplifier can be used with electrodes having an output of -450 mV to 1100 mV.

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

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

    Our products support state requirements for NGSS, AP, and more. Educator Success. Learn from other educators. Find creative lab ideas using Vernier sensors. ... To prevent mold growth, it is a good idea to replace the pH electrode storage solution with fresh solution once during the school year (between 1st and 2nd semester is a good time) and ...

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

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

    -Electrode responses vary significantly among electrodes, time, and temperature. This behavior drives the need for calibration. However, the Go Direct Electrode Amplifier mV response is dictated by the amplifier (as opposed to the electrode) and does not change over time, temperature, or with the electrode being attached.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/3967

  • Platinum Cell Conductivity Probe Troubleshooting and FAQs ...

    For best results, condition the electrode in a standard solution for three to five minutes prior to use. -Minimum software version: Logger Pro 3.10.1, LabQuest App 2.6. SPECIFICATIONS Range: 0-2000 uS/cm (0-1000 mg/L TDS) Body description: epoxy body, 2-cell platinum element Accuracy using factory calibration: +/- 40 uS/cm

    https://www.vernier.com/til/3477

  • Why is my EKG trace noisy? Why doesn't my EKG trace look ...

    Call technical support. In a few cases (less than 12%) the subject’s skin may not be conductive enough to pick up a good EKG trace. Abrasive / conductive electrode gel and clinical grade EKG electrodes may need to be used in this case. The easiest way to test this is to record an EKG from another individual.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/2036

  • I found an ORP electrode that was stored dry. How can I ...

    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. You can also prepare you own test solution.

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

  • Go Direct Ion Selective Electrode Amplifier ...

    Go Direct ® Ion-Selective Electrode Amplifier (GDX-ISEA) Specifications and User Guide. TROUBLESHOOTING-Primary Test: Connect an ion selective electrode to the amplifier and connect the amplifier to your platform. Start the data-collection program. Place the electrode in a standard solution of known value and confirm that the readings are ...

    https://www.vernier.com/til/4188

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

    Our products support state requirements for NGSS, AP, and more. Educator Success. Learn from other educators. Find creative lab ideas using Vernier sensors. ... 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? Share this post.

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

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

    pH Sensor (PH-BTA) Specifications and User Guide. Troubleshooting. Primary Test: Does it read approximately 4 in its storage solution? Note: A reading of 13 to 14 indicates 0 volts and might mean that the sensor is defective or damaged.. Secondary Test: Take readings in fresh buffers, NOT distilled water!

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

  • 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

  • ISEs connected to a Go Wireless Link are identified as a ...

    Preparing an ISE for use – Soak the electrode Soak the electrode in the High Standard solution (included with the ISE) for approximately 30 minutes. The ISE should not rest on the bottom of the container, and the small white reference contacts near the tip of the electrode should be immersed. Make sure no air bubbles are trapped below the ISE.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/3717

  • Can I use the ORP Sensor for Cyclic Voltammetry ...

    Cyclic Voltammetry uses a three-electrode system. A potential is applied to the working electrode where the redox reaction takes place. The second functional electrode is the reference electrode. This electrode serves as a reference standard against which the potentials of the other electrodes present in the cell can be measured.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/3917

  • What type of liquids cause problems for the pH Sensor ...

    Our products support state requirements for NGSS, AP, and more. Educator Success. Learn from other educators. Find creative lab ideas using Vernier sensors. ... We do offer a Glass Body pH Electrode (Glass-Body pH Electrode BNC (GPH-BNC)) that will work under all of these conditions. Please consider this electrode if you have specific solvent ...

    https://www.vernier.com/til/1599

  • 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/

  • Can Go Direct sensors be used with Logger Pro software?

    Logger Pro computer software does not support Go Direct sensors. However, Go Direct sensors are supported on computers using our free app, Graphical Analysis 4....

    http://www.vernier.com/til/3866/

  • 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/

  • LabQuest 2.8.2 and 2.8.3 Release Notes

    LabQuest 2.8.3 • Addressed a language localization issue • Improved Go Direct sensor connection after a reboot LabQuest 2.8.2 • Support for Go Direct Sensors*...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/4210/

  • 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/

  • LabQuest 2.8 and 2.8.1 Release Notes

    LabQuest 2.8.1 • Various bug fixes related to using Go Direct Sensors via USB LabQuest 2.8 • Go Direct Sensors via USB connection • Addressed...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/4100/

  • Do you have Logger Pro for Linux for Ubuntu releases after 14.04 LTS?

    No. We have tested the latest “Long Term Support (LTS)” release of Ubuntu and Logger Pro was not compatible with it. Background Information: Around 2005...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/3628/

  • 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/

  • 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/

  • 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/

  • My Vernier Structures & Materials Tester (VSMT) arrived with broken parts.

    Some Vernier Structures & Materials Testers (VSMT) are arriving with minor damage. The most common issues are broken thumb screws for the cross bars and...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/3412/

  • 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/

  • 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/

  • 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/

  • Grant Resources

    There is an extensive list of support materials and a grant-writing guide on the Vernier web site at www.vernier.com/grants

    http://www.vernier.com/til/527/

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