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ec_troubleshooting [17/04/2018 13:42]
pieter [These advices help also]
ec_troubleshooting [20/08/2019 07:04]
pieter [Introduction]
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   * Use the right electrode for your application (see  [[http://​www.consort.be/​Support/​Technical_documentation/​TAF_TableConductivityCells.pdf|Selection Guide]]).   * Use the right electrode for your application (see  [[http://​www.consort.be/​Support/​Technical_documentation/​TAF_TableConductivityCells.pdf|Selection Guide]]).
   * Always clean the electrode after use with an appropriate method (see [[http://​www.consort.be/​Support/​Technical_documentation/​TAF_Cleaning_EC.pdf|Cleaning Methods]]).   * Always clean the electrode after use with an appropriate method (see [[http://​www.consort.be/​Support/​Technical_documentation/​TAF_Cleaning_EC.pdf|Cleaning Methods]]).
-  * Store the electrode properly when not in use. It is best to keep the measurement surface wet so that the electrode is immediately ready for use. Place it in distilled water with some detergent added.+  * Store the electrode properly when not in use. It is best to keep the measurement surface wet so that the electrode is immediately ready for use. Place it in distilled water with some detergent added.
   * Be aware of mechanical impacts.   * Be aware of mechanical impacts.
      * Avoid to drop the electrode, use an electrode holder where possible.      * Avoid to drop the electrode, use an electrode holder where possible.
-     * Do not put unnecessary stress on the cable or plug to avoid internal interruptions.+     * Do not put unnecessary stress on the cable or the plug to avoid internal interruptions.
   * Keep your instrument clean, avoid moisture on the connectors.   * Keep your instrument clean, avoid moisture on the connectors.
   * Follow the Good Measurement Practices to avoid measurement errors.   * Follow the Good Measurement Practices to avoid measurement errors.
ec_troubleshooting.txt · Last modified: 20/08/2019 07:04 by pieter