@▷ Digital Pocket PH Meter | Diagram for Schematic

Digital Pocket PH Meter

Circuit this circuit is simple pH meter, pH meter circuit in which this measure the voltage generated by the pH electrodes (with the sensor) to show the hydrogen concentration in the pH scale. Basically, the pH meter is not more than pH probe / sensor with high Impedance measure the voltage produced by the voltage on the pH probe. To measure the pH with a standard digital voltmeter (DVM), all you need is a pre-amplifier which provides the interface with high Impedance benefits in accordance with the pH-Voltage conversion factor.


ph meter circuit simple pH meter

Here are the steps to adjust the pH meter circuit is:

  1. Null in the amplifier by shorting the pH probe input to the soil. Measure the output voltage between + and ground. Adjust the zero potentiometer until the voltage reading shows zero volt (or almost zero).
  2. Now connect the pH probe to the input voltage source 413 MV. You can use the potentiometer to make a simple voltage source 413 MV. Once connected to the input source of 413 MV, and then measure the output and land use + digital voltmeter and you should read 7.00 volt. If not then adjust the slope potentiometer until you get the most close to the 7.00 volts.
  3. Short of pH probe input to the soil. Connecting the voltage between the digital voltage – output and output +. Now adjust the potentiometer reference voltage to show 7.00 volts. This corresponds to a neutral pH of 7.  Connect the pH probe input to the pH electrodes (pH probe / sensor), pH meter is now ready for use. Voltmeter reading in volts of direct conversion akan pH. pH value of 7 will be read as 7 volts, pH 3 as 3 volts, etc.



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