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'pH sensor'
1996\04\15@131917 by Andy Errington

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RS (Radio Spares) do a hand held pH meter (essentially a sensor amplifier
and an LCD display), stock no. 610-540.  They also do a range of probes to
use with it (205-075, 425-803, 425-819).  Beware, pH probes are very
delicate, and generally must be looked after and stored in a special
solution.  You will also need a collection of buffer solutions to calibrate
the sensor from time to time.

If you are at a University go to the chemistry department.  They should have
some electrical pH meters, and could tell you how to look after them.

Andy

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'PH Sensor'
1996\08\14@140636 by Michael Jay Cook
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Looking For a PH sensor. Any leads Would be welcomed!
I will be using this with a 16c84, w/Pic Basic

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1996\08\14@154520 by Todd Peterson

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At 01:04 PM 8/14/96 -0500, you wrote:
>Looking For a PH sensor. Any leads Would be welcomed!
>I will be using this with a 16c84, w/Pic Basic

Check out Omega Engineering.  They have a large book/ catalog titled "The pH
and Conductivity Handbook"  It should serve your needs.  They are at
http://www.industry.net/omega


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1996\08\15@035052 by Rusu Dan Victor

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On Wed, 14 Aug 1996, Michael Jay Cook wrote:

> Looking For a PH sensor. Any leads Would be welcomed!
> I will be using this with a 16c84, w/Pic Basic
>
> Thank You!
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> Free Thinking is Allowed Here !!!!!
> come See me at:
> http://www.netcom.com/~mcook2/
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>From EraseMEwpenrosespam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTinteraccess.comWed Aug  7 11:38:23 1996
Date: Tue, 6 Aug 1996 08:44:50 -0500 (CDT)
From: "William R. Penrose" <wpenrosespamspam_OUTinteraccess.com>
To: Rusu Dan Victor <@spam@rdvKILLspamspamutcluj.ro>
Subject: Re: Info. about Figaro Engineering

At 11:41 AM 8/6/96 +0200, you wrote:

>I found a message from you reffering measuring oxygen partial pressure.
>You mentioned there Figaro Engineering as a producer for sensors.
>
>If you are so kind, please send some more information about contacting
>Figaro Eng. I prefer Internet connection.

You can try to Figaro USA, 1000 Skokie Blvd, Suite 575,
Wilmette, Illinois 60091.

Also try Novatronic GMBH, A-1190 Wien, Gorgenstrasse 27/5, Austria, phone
(43)0222-32 55 48.

Good luck.

Dan
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