Go Wireless® pH (GW-PH, discontinued)
Specifications and User Guide

– Primary Test: Press the power button on the sensor to turn it on. (The red LED will be flashing.) Start the data-collection app and select the sensor from the list of available sensors. (The green LED will be flashing.) It should read approximately 4 in its storage solution.

– Secondary Test: Take readings in fresh buffers, NOT distilled water! If no buffers are available, try it in vinegar (~ pH 2.5-3.5) or ammonia (~ pH 10.5-11.5). If readings do not change when the sensor is placed in different solutions, the sensor is possibly defective or damaged.

Go Wireless Sensors - Computer, Tablet and Mobile Device Support Details
Go Wireless Sensors - LabQuest Support Details
Go Wireless sensors - battery details
How do I change the name of my Go Wireless sensor?
Where do I find the serial number and hardware/firmware version numbers of my Go Wireless sensor?
What do the different LED states mean on a Go Wireless Sensor?
What does the button do on Go Wireless sensors?
Go Wireless App Troubleshooting and FAQs
How do I remove or replace a Go Wireless Temp battery?
Do Go Wireless products work with computers?
How do I tell multiple Go Wireless devices apart?
Where can I use my Go Wireless (not Go Direct) sensors?

Why doesn't my pH Sensor read pH 7 in distilled or deionized water?
The glass bulb of my pH Sensor is broken. Can it be repaired?
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?
What type of liquids cause problems for the pH Sensor?
During calibration, what are typical potential readings for the Go Wireless pH Probe?

Where do I get pH or ORP Storage Solution? (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 special storage?
I bought your pH buffer capsules. Can I make storage solution for my pH Sensors with this kit?
How do I dispose of my pH sensor?

Go Wireless 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:
– iPad (3rd generation or later)
– iPad air
– iPad mini (all models)
– iPhone (4S or later)
– iPod touch (5th generation)
– Graphical Analysis for iOS (v2.2 – 4.0.3)
– Graphical Analysis GW for iOS

Requirements for Android support:
– For Android devices that support Bluetooth low energy technology, see: https://www.bluetooth.com/what-is-bluetooth-technology/bluetooth-devices
– Graphical Analysis for Android (v2.1 – 3.1)
– Graphical Analysis GW for Android

Requirements for LabQuest 2 support:
– LabQuest 2 (may require additional hardware, see How do I know if my LabQuest 2 will work with Go Direct Sensors and Go Wireless devices?)
– LabQuest App v2.4 or higher

For many experiments, calibrating the pH Sensor is not required.
For the most accurate measurements with this sensor, we recommend calibration. It is a simple process that takes only a few minutes.
See Specifications and User Guide for detailed instructions.

Go Wireless® Charging Cable (GW-CB)
Go Direct® pH BNC Electrode (GDX-PH-BNC)
Go Direct® Electrode Amplifier (GDX-EA)
Go Wireless® 100 mAh Replacement Battery (GW-BAT-100)
pH Buffer Capsule Kit (PH-BUFCAP)
pH Storage Solution (PH-SS)

– Go Wireless® Charging Station (GW-CRG, discontinued)
– Go Wireless® pH Teacher Pack (includes charging station) (GW-PH-TP, discontinued)
– Go Wireless® Temp (GW-TEMP, discontinued)