Conductivity Electrodes

Conductivity electrodes, or conductivity sensors, are needed to measure a solution's ability to conduct electricity. These cells usually contain two or four electrodes between which resistance is determined. If the solution is particularly turbid, an inductive sensor that is resistant to fouling is available. These cells can be selected for lab or field use, and several of them will simultaneously log the data. Most conductivity cells are used in conjunction with a compatible conductivity meter, though some of the field versions can be connected to a third party platform.

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