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 The measuring electrodes should be connected to the corresponding coaxial pH/mV or EC connectors. Automatic temperature compensation and temperature measurements are possible by plugging a Pt1000 temperature probe into the °C terminals. Without Pt1000, the manual temperature compensation is automatically switched on. The measuring electrodes should be connected to the corresponding coaxial pH/mV or EC connectors. Automatic temperature compensation and temperature measurements are possible by plugging a Pt1000 temperature probe into the °C terminals. Without Pt1000, the manual temperature compensation is automatically switched on.
  
-Never immerse a pH electrode and a dissolved oxygen electrode together in the same solution! +  * Never immerse a pH electrode and a dissolved oxygen electrode together in the same solution! 
- +  ​* ​A blinking decimal point warns you for unstable measurements. Wait to read the display! Stirring the solution during the measurements promotes the homogeneity and is obligatory! 
-A blinking decimal point warns you for unstable measurements. Wait to read the display! Stirring the solution during the measurements promotes the homogeneity and is obligatory! +  ​* ​The instrument will refuse automatic calibration when the electrode is unstable. Insufficient stirring or a worn electrode may be the cause.
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-The instrument will refuse automatic calibration when the electrode is unstable. Insufficient stirring or a worn electrode may be the cause.+
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c10xx_manual.txt · Last modified: 16/06/2014 08:10 by Jan De Ceuster