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1 Comment

  1. Michael Suehiro

    Sorry guys, very new to all of this but I had a question. I am a teacher and was wondering if it would be possible to take a digital pH sensor and pair it with some arduino, gema, etc and an LED, so that way i can stick the pH sensor in water and the kids see the color of the pH. I just figured this would be way easier for the kids to see when I demo than trying to use a lot of pH indicator in huge cups as I do now, besides it seems way more cool…so any help or ideas on how to get started please let me know.

    Thanks to all that can steer me in a positive direction.

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