Equipped with a stainless steel electrode for penetration that provides the ability to make direct measurements in the soil. To perform one-point automatic calibration, simply dip the electrode into the calibration solution and enter calibration mode.
Conductivity (EC) is a measure in which the electrical charges of atomic or larger particles are displaced under the influence of a potential difference. EC is the measure of concentration, but it is not specific for the type of ion. An ion is a charged particle in the solution that contributes to the flow of current. Ions are formed when a salt such as sodium chloride is dissolved in water to form electrically charged particles. Sodium chloride separates into Na + and Cl-.
Electrical conductivity, the ability of a substance to conduct an electric current, is the inverse of electrical resistivity. “Conductance” and “Resistance” depend on the geometric dimensions of the substance to be analyzed. Conductivity and resistivity are the terms that indicate an intrinsic property of the substrate. This is the measurement that a standardized EC probe on a conductivity or resistivity instrument provides. Conductivity measurements can be used to provide additional specific measurements: TDS, Salinity and Conductivity compliant with USP standards. Many Hanna instruments also provide these measurements.
Automatic calibration at 1413 µS / cm
- Automatic Temperature Compensation (ATC)
Samples are automatically compensated for temperature variations
Uses a fixed temperature correction coefficient at 2% / oC
- Stainless steel electrode for penetration
Direct measurement in soil is possible
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