Posts tagged with: GPS-BTA

Specifications and User Guide TROUBLESHOOTING -Primary Test: Plug the sensor into a Vernier interface and run the data-collection program. The units for the default readings......
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We do not maintain a list of chemicals specifically damaging to the sensing unit. It is not designed to come into contact with liquids. We......
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First try the following: 1) Connect the sensor to a Vernier interface and the default readings in kPa are NOT around 101 kPa AND 2)......
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The body of is polycarbonate and the handle is high density polyethylene. This is true for the older 3-way valve (discontinued), as well. The chemical......
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The plastic tubing we ship with the , the , and the can be purchased from Flinn Scientific. www.flinnsci.com The order information is: Tubing, Plastic......
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The calibration information is dependent on the type of transducer used in the Gas Pressure Sensor and is provided in the Specifications and User Guide.......
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The internal volume of the current Gas Pressure Sensor is approximately 0.8 mL. The internal volume of the older style (pre-2005) Pressure Sensor is about......
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Yes, all of the individual parts found in the Pressure Sensor Accessories Kit (included with each Gas Pressure Sensor) can be ordered as separate pieces,......
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First test: Check to see if you have an original Go! Link. The old units are labeled “Go! Link” and the newer style read “Go!......
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PGC Scientific in Gaithersburg, Maryland, about $130 per dozen. The 10-mL syringe with the Luer Lock connector. Aldrich Chemical also sells the “Perfectum” syringes, which......
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