pH Probes

pH probes are devices used to measure the acidity or alkalinity of a substance. This is called the pH level. The construction of a pH probe typically consists of an pH electrode, a temperature sensor and a housing. pH measurement is important as it provides the user with a readout of the chemical conditions of a solution.

pH probes are rod or pen-shaped devices which are placed into the solution. They are used alongside pH Meters which convert the reading into a visual output. Some pH probes offer additional functionality, such as temperature reading and automatic calibration.

Types of pH probe

pH probes are available in a variety of different configurations that meet a range of different needs. Types of probe include:

  • Glass probes

  • PEI (Polyetherimide) probes

  • Titanium probes

  • PVDF (Polyvinylidene fluoride) probes

ph probes are also available with different types of electrodes such as Conductivity, Oxidation Reduction Potential and pH as well as a variety of temperature measurement ranges.

Applications of pH probes.

pH probes help provide a measurement of acid and alkaline levels in solutions and its electrical potential. pH probes have a wide range of use in applications such as:

  • Laboratories

  • Quality control

  • Swimming pools

  • Soil measurements in agriculture

  • Environmental remediation

  • Breweries

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Description Price Measurement Range Electrode Type Material Probe Type Functions Interface Type
RS Stock No. 121-551
Mfr. Part No.HI-3230B
-2000 → +2000 mV, +20 → +40 °C Oxidation Reduction Potential Gel PEI Oxidation Reduction Potential, Temperature BNC
RS Stock No. 478-0902
Mfr. Part No.201005/65-18-45-2000-76-120/000,837
0 → +60 °C, 0 → 12 pH PH Gel Glass PH, Temperature BNC