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  • מותג: Vernier
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תיאור

חיישן pH Go Direct הוא חיישן חשוב ורב-תכליתי לפעילויות מעבדה ושטח כאחד. זה נותן לתלמידים את החופש לחקור את ה-pH ללא אי הנוחות של חוטים, לא עוד תמיסות שנשפכו או חוטים משתלשלים. ה- Go Direct pH משדר קריאות חיות ולוכד נתונים בזמן אמת.


השתמש בחיישן זה במגוון ניסויים:


בצע טיטרציות חומצה-בסיס.

עקוב אחר שינוי pH במהלך תגובות כימיות.

בדוק את ה-pH והבסיסיות של גופי מים.

חקור חומצות ובסיסים ביתיים.

חיישן זה מורכב מאלקטרודת pH המחוברת למגבר אלקטרודה Go Direct באמצעות מחבר BNC. עיצוב זה מאפשר לך להשתמש במגבר האלקטרודה Go Direct עם אלקטרודות אחרות של Vernier, כגון אלקטרודת pH שטוחה, אלקטרודת ORP, אלקטרודת ISE או אלקטרודה של צד שלישי.


סוללה נטענת - מוכנה כשאתה

הסוללה הנטענת החזקה מציעה חיי סוללה ארוכים ומספקת פעולה מוכנה תמיד בעת שימוש אלחוטי בחיישן. עקוב אחר חיי הסוללה ישירות מאפליקציית Vernier Graphical Analysis™ Pro עטורת הפרסים שלנו, כמו גם LabQuest® 3. אם הסוללה תתרוקן, פשוט חבר את החיישן לכבל הטעינה והמשיך לאסוף - ללא הפרעות או אי נוחות לך או שלך תלמידים.


אלחוטי או קווי - הגמישות לבחירה

חיישני ה-Go Direct שלנו מתחברים ישירות למכשיר הנייד, ה-Chromebook™ או המחשב שלך באמצעות אפליקציית Vernier Graphical Analysis™ Pro שלנו - אין צורך ברכישת ציוד או תוכנה נוספים. חיישני Go Direct ניתנים לשימוש חוטי באמצעות USB או אלחוטי באמצעות טכנולוגיית Bluetooth® אלחוטית, מה שמאפשר לך לבחור את הפתרון הטוב ביותר עבור הכיתה או המעבדה שלך.


עבור ל-Direct pH Teacher Pack

קנה חבילת Go Direct pH Teacher Pack כדי לקבל הנחה על 8 חיישני Go Direct pH ותחנת טעינה של Go Direct®. תחנת הטעינה של Go Direct תטען עד 16 חיישני Go Direct בכל פעם.

Description

The Go Direct pH Sensor is an important and versatile sensor for lab and field activities alike. It gives students the freedom to explore pH without the inconvenience of wires‚ no more spilled solutions or dangling wires. The Go Direct pH transmits live readings and captures data in real-time.


Use this sensor in a variety of experiments:


Conduct acid-base titrations.

Monitor pH change during chemical reactions.

Test the pH and alkalinity of bodies of water.

Investigate household acids and bases.

This sensor is comprised of a pH electrode connected to a Go Direct Electrode Amplifier via a BNC connector. This design enables you to use the Go Direct Electrode Amplifier with other Vernier electrodes, such as the Flat pH Electrode, ORP Electrode, ISE electrode, or a third-party electrode.


Rechargeable Battery—Ready When You Are

The robust rechargeable battery offers long battery life and provides always-ready operation when using the sensor wirelessly. Monitor battery life directly from our award-winning Vernier Graphical Analysis™ Pro app, as well as LabQuest® 3. Should the battery run low, simply connect the sensor to the charging cable and keep on collecting—no interruptions or inconvenience to you or your students.


Wireless or Wired—The Flexibility to Choose

Our Go Direct sensors connect directly to your mobile device, Chromebook™, or computer using our Vernier Graphical Analysis™ Pro app—no additional equipment or software purchases are necessary. Go Direct sensors can be used wired via USB or wirelessly via Bluetooth® wireless technology, allowing you to choose the solution best for your classroom or laboratory.


Go Direct pH Teacher Pack

Purchase a Go Direct pH Teacher Pack to receive a discount on 8 Go Direct pH Sensors and a Go Direct® Charge Station. The Go Direct Charge Station will charge up to 16 Go Direct sensors at a time.

Specifications

pH range: 0–14

Accuracy with new electrode (pH): ±0.2

Type: Sealed, gel-filled, epoxy body, Ag/AgCl reference

Shaft diameter: 12 mm OD

Storage solution: pH-4/KCl solution (10 g KCl in 100 mL buffer pH-4 solution)

Connections:

Wireless: Bluetooth

Wired: USB

Specifications


Experiment

Lab Book

Investigating LeChatelier’s Principle

Vernier Chemistry Investigations for Use with AP* Chemistry

Investigating Acid-Base Titrations

Vernier Chemistry Investigations for Use with AP* Chemistry

The Buffering Ability of Commercial Products

Vernier Chemistry Investigations for Use with AP* Chemistry

Testing the Effectiveness of a Buffer

Vernier Chemistry Investigations for Use with AP* Chemistry

Investigating Water Hardness

Vernier Chemistry Investigations for Use with AP* Chemistry

The Acidity of Juice and Soft Drinks

Vernier Chemistry Investigations for Use with AP* Chemistry

Identifying an Unknown Substance

Vernier Chemistry Investigations for Use with AP* Chemistry

Watershed Testing

Agricultural Science with Vernier

Interdependence of Plants and Animals

Agricultural Science with Vernier

Acids and Bases

Agricultural Science with Vernier

Soil pH

Agricultural Science with Vernier

Water Monitoring

Investigating Biology through Inquiry

Buffer Investigations

Investigating Biology through Inquiry

Interdependence of Plants and Animals

Biology with Vernier

Acid Rain

Biology with Vernier

Watershed Testing

Biology with Vernier

Physical Profile of a Lake

Biology with Vernier

Acids and Bases

Biology with Vernier

Investigating Indicators

Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

Separation and Qualitative Analysis of Cations

Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

Separation and Qualitative Analysis of Anions

Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

Buffers

Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

Determining the Ksp of Calcium Hydroxide

Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

Determining Ka by the Half-Titration of a Weak Acid

Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

Standardizing a Solution of Sodium Hydroxide

Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

Acid-Base Titration

Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

Long Term Water Monitoring

Investigating Chemistry through Inquiry

Acid-Base Properties of Household Products

Investigating Chemistry through Inquiry

The Effect of Acid Deposition on Aqueous Systems

Investigating Chemistry through Inquiry

Acid-Base Titrations

Investigating Chemistry through Inquiry

Baking Soda and Vinegar Investigations Revisited

Investigating Chemistry through Inquiry

Household Acids and Bases

Chemistry with Vernier

Acid Rain

Chemistry with Vernier

Titration Curves of Strong and Weak Acids and Bases

Chemistry with Vernier

Acid-Base Titration

Chemistry with Vernier

Titration of a Diprotic Acid: Identifying an Unknown

Chemistry with Vernier

Acid Dissociation Constant, Ka

Chemistry with Vernier

Time-Release Vitamin C Tablets

Chemistry with Vernier

The Buffer in Lemonade

Chemistry with Vernier

Determining the Phosphoric Acid Content in Soft Drinks

Chemistry with Vernier

Microscale Acid-Base Titration

Chemistry with Vernier

Water Quality: pH

Earth Science with Vernier

Acid Rain and Its Effect on Surface Water

Earth Science with Vernier

Soil pH

Earth Science with Vernier

Soil and Acid Rain

Earth Science with Vernier

Drug Tests

Forensics with Vernier

No Dumping

Forensics with Vernier

What’s the Difference Between Baking Soda and Baking Powder?

Food Chemistry Experiments





I'm Drinking Acid?!

Food Chemistry Experiments

Household Acids and Bases

Physical Science with Vernier

Acid Rain

Physical Science with Vernier


Experiment

Lab Book

Watershed Testing

Agricultural Science with Vernier

Interdependence of Plants and Animals

Agricultural Science with Vernier

Acids and Bases

Agricultural Science with Vernier

Soil pH

Agricultural Science with Vernier

Water Monitoring

Investigating Biology through Inquiry

Buffer Investigations

Investigating Biology through Inquiry

Interdependence of Plants and Animals

Biology with Vernier

Acid Rain

Biology with Vernier

Watershed Testing

Biology with Vernier

Physical Profile of a Lake

Biology with Vernier

Acids and Bases

Biology with Vernier

Investigating Indicators

Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

Separation and Qualitative Analysis of Anions

Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

Buffers

Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

Determining the Ksp of Calcium Hydroxide

Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

Determining Ka by the Half-Titration of a Weak Acid

Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

Standardizing a Solution of Sodium Hydroxide

Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

Acid-Base Titration

Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

Long Term Water Monitoring

Investigating Chemistry through Inquiry

Acid-Base Properties of Household Products

Investigating Chemistry through Inquiry

The Effect of Acid Deposition on Aqueous Systems

Investigating Chemistry through Inquiry

Acid-Base Titrations

Investigating Chemistry through Inquiry

Baking Soda and Vinegar Investigations Revisited

Investigating Chemistry through Inquiry

Acid-Base Titration

Chemistry with Vernier

Time-Release Vitamin C Tablets

Chemistry with Vernier

What’s the Difference Between Baking Soda and Baking Powder?

Food Chemistry Experiments

I'm Drinking Acid?!

Food Chemistry Experiments


What's Included

Go Direct pH

Go Direct pH Sensor (includes Go Direct Electrode Amplifier)

pH storage solution bottle with pH storage solution

Micro USB Cable

Quick-start guide

Go Direct pH Teacher Pack

8 Go Direct pH Sensors

8 pH storage solution bottles with pH storage solution

Charge Station

8 Micro USB Cables

Quick-start guide