Vernier Turbidity SensorOrder code: TRB-BTA
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VERNIER TURBIDITY SENSOR
Vernier's Turbidity Sensor can be used in Chemistry, Biology, Water Quality, Physical Science and Earth Science studies to measure the turbidity of freshwater or seawater samples. Its small, sleek design and simple set up make it easy to use at the collection site or when you return to the classroom.
The Turbidity Sensor measures turbidity in NTU - the standard unit used by most water collection agencies and organisations. Calibration can be done in about one minute using the included high quality Hach StablCal® 100 NTU standard. Also included is a high-grade glass cuvette for the water sample to be measured.
Chemistry and biology teachers can also use this sensor to monitor precipitates formation or algae and yeast populations.
COMPATIBILITY CHECK and Set Up Guide for your Vernier sensor, interface and software:
• Vernier Turbidity Sensor
• 100 NTU turbidity standard
• One empty glass cuvette
• User manual
• Safety Data Sheet for StablCal Formazin Standard
• Range: 0 to 200NTU
• Typical Resolution: 0.25NTU
• Standard: StablCal Formazin Standard 100NTU
±2 NTU for readings under 25NTU
±5% of readings above 25NTU
• LED wavelength: 890nm
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Educational use only:
Vernier and Kidwind products are designed for educational use. They are not appropriate for industrial, medical or commercial applications. Details
WarrantyThis product is used in teaching these Australian Curriculum codes:
ACSBL019 - Biodiversity and the interconnectedness of life - Describing biodiversity - Ecosystems are diverse, composed of varied habitats and can be described in terms of their component species, species interactions and the abiotic factors that make up the environment
ACSBL021 - Biodiversity and the interconnectedness of life - Describing biodiversity - In addition to biotic factors, abiotic factors including climate and substrate can be used to and classify environments
ACSBL029 - Biodiversity and the interconnectedness of life - Ecosystem dynamics - Models of ecosystem interactions (for example, food webs, successional models) can be used to predict the impact of change and are based on interpretation of and extrapolation from sample data (for example, data derived from ecosystem surveying techniques
ACSSU176 - Biological Sciences - Ecology - Ecosystems consist of communities of interdependent organisms and abiotic components of the environment; matter and energy flow through these systems
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