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Vernier Electrode Support

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VERNIER ELECTRODE SUPPORT
Vernier's Electrode Support is a great complement to the Vernier Stir Station, as well as a perfect holder for many sensors. It is built to connect to all standard ring-stand posts and its large-handled locking nut keeps your sensors firmly in place during an experiment.

The larger 13mm diameter opening is perfect for Vernier's pH, ISE, conductivity and ORP sensors. The smaller 5mm opening is designed to hold Vernier's Stainless Steel Temperature Probe or the Vernier Go!Temp.

The clamp end makes connecting to ring stands easy, accommodating post diameters between ~0.5 and 1cm.

The grooves on the Vernier Electrode Support are designed to hold the wire leads for electroplating or electrolysis experiments.


View >>>> COMPATIBILITY CHECK and Set Up Guide for your Vernier sensor, interface and software


Download the current Vernier Catalogue: Download PDF

Educational use only:
Vernier and Kidwind products are designed for educational use. They are not appropriate for industrial, medical or commercial applications. Details


Warranty
  • Warranty: 5 years

    Last edited 10th Apr 2019


    Works with:
    GO-TEMPVernier Go!Temp Data Logger Temperature Probe with Logger Lite Softwarefrom $82.00 plus GST
    STIRVernier Stir Stationfrom $283.00 plus GST
    GDX-TMPVernier Go Direct Temperature Probefrom $152.00 plus GST
    GDX-PHVernier Go Direct pH Sensorfrom $196.00 plus GST
    TMP-BTAVernier Stainless Steel Temperature Probefrom $61.00 plus GST
    PH-BTAVernier pH Sensorfrom $167.00 plus GST
    FPH-BTAVernier Tris Compatible Flat pH Sensorfrom $209.00 plus GST
    GDX-CAVernier Go Direct Calcium Ion-Selective Electrodefrom $548.00 plus GST
    CON-BTAVernier Conductivity Probefrom $209.00 plus GST
    NH4-BTAVernier Ammonium Ion-Selective Electrodefrom $420.00 plus GST

    Documents:
    ExperimentMS Household acids and bases

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