The Wireless Conductivity Sensor measures the electrical conductivity of an aqueous solution. It is ideal for investigating the properties of solutions, including total dissolved solids (TDS) for water quality inquiry. Because it is temperature compensated, calibrations are less frequent and can be applied across a range of temperatures. With a range of 0 to 20,000 µS/cm, this sensor can be utilized for chemical, biological, and environmental studies.
Teacher tip: To measure brackish or marine samples above sensor range, perform a 10:1 distilled to salt water solution then multiply sample conductivity x 10.