5 in 1 soil sensor Description：
The 5 in 1 soil sensor is a multi-parameter integrated soil sensor independently developed by JXCT, which can simultaneously monitor soil temperature and humidity, pH value, conductivity (EC), nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K). The soil sensor adopts the international new generation TDR measurement method, the detection accuracy can reach less than 3%; The special metal probe greatly prolongs the service life of the product.
(1) Five-parameter measurement
(2) Smart chip, accurate measurement
(3) IP68 protection, waterproof and dustproof
(4) Support wireless remote viewing
5 in 1 soil sensor Features：
(1)Protection performance:Epoxy resin can be packed in high-temperature vacuum, which can prevent moisture from entering the inside of the fuselage, and the sealing performance is better.
(2)Sensitive chip for metal probe:The probe is resistant to rust, electrolysis, and salt-alkali corrosion, ensuring long-term operation of the probe part, suitable for various soils, low power consumption, high sensitivity, and stable signal.
(1)Soil temperature detection:Easy to understand.Soil temperature determines the living environment of the plant to create a standard greenhouse for your soil.
(2)Soil pH test:Accurate control,Soil pH affects plant growth and protects your soil acid-base balance.
(3)Soil NPK detection:Test at any time,Soil NPK is an important nutrient element for plant growth and promotes plant growth.
(4)Soil conductivity test:Rational planting,Soil conductivity reflects soil salinity and affects soil nutrient conversion and effectiveness.
(5)Soil moisture detection:Easy to understand.Soil moisture determines the living environment of the plant to create a standard greenhouse for your soil.
5 in 1 soil sensors are widely used in scientific experiments, water-saving irrigation, greenhouses, flowers and vegetables, grass and pasture soil rapid measurement, plant cultivation, grain storage, and measurement of moisture content and temperature of various particulate matter.
How to maintain soil sensors：
Soil sensors are important tools for monitoring soil moisture, temperature, and nutrient levels. Proper maintenance of soil sensors is essential to ensure accurate and reliable data collection. Here are some tips for maintaining soil sensors:
Keep the sensors clean: Soil sensors can become dirty over time due to exposure to soil and other environmental factors. Clean the sensors regularly using a soft brush or cloth to remove any dirt or debris that may have accumulated on the surface.
Calibrate the sensors: Calibrating soil sensors is important to ensure that they are providing accurate readings. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for calibrating the sensors and adjust them as needed.
Store the sensors properly: Avoid exposing them to extreme temperatures or humidity, as this can damage the sensors or affect their accuracy.
Check the battery: check the battery regularly to ensure that it is charged and functioning properly. Replace the battery as needed.
Inspect the wires and connections: Check the wires and connections regularly for any signs of wear or damage. Replace any damaged wires or connectors to ensure that the sensors continue to function properly.