Measure and record pH values in the lab or field using the PH-1 meter for iPhone, iPod, and iPad. The supplied app provides real time display of pH, mV, ambient temperature and solution temperature.
Measure and record pH values in the lab or field using the PH-1 meter for iPhone, iPod, or iPad. The supplied app provides real-time display of pH, millivolts, ambient temperature and solution temperature. Simply plug in the PH-1 to your iPhone or iPod and follow instructions to download your FREE app from Apple App Store.
When used with a GPS enabled device, the pH Meter application will record where and when your measurements were taken. Results can be grouped by location or date, and emailed to a central records office. Using the pH Meter app eliminates the chances or transcription errors, and improves efficiency.
Ideal for the classroom – the pH Meter application makes it fun to measure and record pH values. It is an excellent tool for teaching the chemistry of acids/bases, and introductory electrochemistry. Students can install the app on their own iPod or iPhone, and share a single sensor for experiments.
Suitable for any process where pH measurements are routinely performed. By recording the pH value with a time stamp and location, this app eliminates any chance of mistakes when recording readings. Works with location aware devices to log the coordinates where readings were taken for analysis and auditing purposes.
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|PH1-293||pH meter kit for iPhone, iPod & iPad, includes S293C epoxy body combination pH/ATC electrode with BNC & sub-mini plug connector, 30" cable||
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