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Ph Probe, BSL
Part #: SS68L

The SS68L probe transducer can measure pH within the range of 0-14, to .01 resolution.

The electrode provides approximately a single digit pH value change for every 5 mV change in the electrode reading, either positive or negative depending on whether the pH is above 7 or below it.
~ A neutral buffer solution of pH 7 reads about 0 mV
~ A solution with a pH of 10 reads about 15 mV
~ A solution with a pH of 3 reads about 20 mV

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Part #: SS68L
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The SS68L pH Transducer includes a double-junction pH Probe and an interface to the Biopac Student Lab MP3X unit.

  • Order probe only as RXPROBE01
  • Order interface only as BSL-TCI21 to use the BSL with an existing (BNC terminated) pH probe

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