YSI ProDSS pH Sensor

ProDSS pH sensor
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Questions & Answers
How can I verify the condition/response that my sensor is in after a period of use?

mV readings and slopes should be observed to verify the response of your pH sensor. These figures can be viewed during calibration and standard mV readings can be found on page 44 of the manual. https://www.fondriest.com/pdf/ysi_prodss_manual.pdf

How long is the warranty for the sensor/modules?

The sensor’s titanium base carries a 2-year warranty, and the consumable pH module has a 1-year warranty.

Do I need to keep the solution that I received with this sensor?

Yes, there are specific storage guidelines for pH and conductivity sensors. You can view them on page 57 of the manual. The main consideration is to make sure the sensor does not dry out. https://www.fondriest.com/pdf/ysi_prodss_manual.pdf

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