Environment

Take the lab with you. Our wireless outdoor pH meter with glass-free ISFET pH technology makes it ideal for measuring the pH of water in tougher settings. Take direct pH and temperature measurements for water quality monitoring using your smartphone or tablet.

Industrial pH package

For ease of use, we have developed an industry measurement package for pH measurements in your facility or other environments. The large screen of the tablet provides easy visualization of the app and the tablet case protects it against damages. The carry case is large enough to take all the required buffer solutions and pH probes with you. It provides easy carriage and storage and protects the equipment.

Laboratory pH package

Look no further: we have the laboratory package. This complete benchtop package includes everything you need for wireless, durable pH monitoring in the laboratory. The tablet, held by a universal holder, provides easy use and visualization of the app at your lab table. The package contains a buffer solution set so you can start immediately with your pH measurements.

Agriculture pH package

For easy use, we have assembled a complete agriculture package. This package is all you need for wireless, durable pH monitoring in the field. The use of a smartphone provides easy use of the app. Multiple probes can be connected to the app for simultaneous readings. The required buffer solutions and pre-drill stick complete the package. The carry case protects the equipment and provides easy carriage and storage. 

What’s next?

By taking a serious look at all applications, we keep entering into new innovations in our semiconductor production facility. Soon we will launch sensors for EC and ORP, with which great multisensor solutions for e.g. water monitoring can be provided. Additionally, we’re looking forward to end the R&D on ion-selective sensors.

For all applications we constantly seek innovations in our semiconductor factory. Soon we will launch sensors for EC and ORP. These can provide great multi-sensor solutions for, e.g., water monitoring. Imagine: all parameters to be monitored using one and the same probe! Additionally, we’re looking forward to finalize the R&D on ion-selective sensors.

The EC is the measure of a material’s ability to allow the transport of an electric charge. This knowledge is important for water-quality monitoring in public water supplies, in hospitals, in boiler water and in industries which depend on water quality such as horticulture and breweries.

Low conductivities are expected for pure water applications like aquaria, household, drinking water and rivers. On the other side, high conductivities are expected for industries like irrigation, greenhouses and manure.

The ORP is the measure of the tendency of aqueous solutions, or any other chemical species, to either acquire electrons from an electrode and be reduced thereby, or to lose electrons to an electrode and be oxidized thereby. This knowledge is important for water-quality monitoring in hydroponics, aquaria, swimming pools, as well as environmental and wastewater sampling. E.g. ORP is an indicator of micro-organism inactivation in a swimming pool or spa pool.

High ORP values (positive potentials) are expected for aerated surface water, rivers, lakes, oceans, rainwater and acid mine water. Low ORP values (negative potentials) are expected in places with limitations in air supply such as submerged soils, swamps and marine sediments.

We started innovative developments on ion-selective sensors that have a membrane mixture suitable for detection of different ions based on the ISFET technology. Selectivity is based on proprietary modifications with several polymer matrix configurations. Nitrate (NO3), Ammonium (NH4+) and Potassium (K+) are currently in development.