JBL ProFlora pH Sensor+Cal
pH electrode with BNC connection

  • Robust quality electrode for JBL pH-Control and other pH measuring and control devices with a BNC connection, incl. liquid for the calibration and storage of pH sensors
  • Easy to connect: connect the electrode with BNC connection to the respective measuring or control device (not included)
  • Large protective cap filled with storage solution, plastic shaft and gel filling, suitable for many systems with BNC plug
  • Individually tested and documented. Service life: at least 2 years from date of manufacture
  • Package contents: pH electrode, 2 suction cups for mounting, 3 cuvettes, 50 ml bottles for storage solution, distilled water, calibration liquid pH 7.0 and 4.0
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Product information

Healthy fish thanks to ideal pH value
The acidity determines the pH value of the water. To preserve the health of the fish and plants it needs to be constantly monitored and adapted to the conditions. The right pH value depends on the fish stock of the aquarium. An incorrect pH value can cause stress and diseases.

Easy to connect
Connect the pH electrode with the BNC connection to the respective measuring and control device.
RELIABLE Each electrode has been individually tested and documented and needs to be replaced after about 2 years. It comes with a large protective cap, filled with storage solution.

Details

JBL ProFlora pH Sensor+Cal

Art. no.:
6318800
EAN Code:
4014162631886
Content:
1 kit
Volume packaging:
3.570 l
Gross weight:
574.000 g
Net weight:
360 g
Weight factor:
1000
Size(l/h/w):
100/210/170 mm

Technical Data

FAQ
Was bedeutet das MIN Datum auf der Verpackung?

Alle pH-Sensoren (Elektroden) sind Verschleißteile und unterliegen einer natürlichen Alterung. JBL gewährt eine Garantie von 6 Monaten, wenn der Sensor vor dem ausgwiesenen MIN-Datum in Betrieb genommen wird. Der Kassenbeleg dient als Nachweis.

What pH Control interface is suitable for the pH sensor?

A BNC connector is needed.

What does the message INSTAB mean?

The message INSTAB indicates: instable sensor voltage: the sensor tip is dirty, the electrolyte has leaked from the sensor, the sensor tip is damaged.

Remedy: Clean the sensor head (see the respective instruction), put the sensor into the storage solution for 24 hours and repeat the calibration. If this does not work the sensor is defective and should be replaced.

Do you need to unscrew the screw connection of the temperature sensor, before you can use it?

No, the pH sensor is meant. It is located in a protective cap which is filled with a storage solution. Before the calibration the pH sensor needs to be taken out of this protective cap by loosening the screw connection and to be immersed, without the cap (and storage solution), into the aquarium water.

What does DELTAV mean in the display?

This message indicates that the potential difference per full pH unit is smaller than 30 mV. The pH sensor is either too old, defective or was accidentally calibrated twice with the same buffer solution.

Remedy: Repeat the calibration and take care to use the buffer solution correctly. If this does not work, connect a new sensor and calibrate again.

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