Posts tagged with: O2-BTA

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......
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A brand new O2 Gas Sensor does not need to be calibrated, but the sensor will drift over time and will need to be calibrated.......
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Specifications and User Guide TROUBLESHOOTING Primary Test: Blow on the sensor. Do you see a decrease in the Oxygen Gas reading? This tells you that......
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It depends on the age of the sensor. Vernier O2 Gas Sensors manufactured after April 2007 can be refurbished with a new electrochemical cell, whereas......
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We have published an innovative use article on how to get this experiment to work well. You can find it here: http://www.vernier.com/innovate/tips-and-tricks-for-success-with-photosynthesis/ This lab is......
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Use the following picture to determine the version of your O2 sensor. The sensor on the left (old) was manufactured before April 2007 but could......
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No. The Optical DO Probe is not calibrated to measure oxygen gas in air nor can it be calibrated for this measurement. If you want......
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The is not compatible with . When connected together, Logger Pro and Logger Light will incorrectly identify the Ethanol Sensor as an O2 Gas sensor.......
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