Isolated ISE Probe Interface for ORP

Measure pH

  • Measure ORP (1024 - 14 pH)
  • Temperature in Celsius/Fahrenheit (-55 - 125 °C) with optional temperature sensor
  • Electrically Isolated
  • The same hardware can measure pH or any other mV based probe, only the library is different

What it is

An I2C sensor that can read an ORP probe. The firmware on the device provides two calibration options, single or dual point.

The board uses the Qwiic Connect System, an easy-to-use, polarized, push-to-fit connector. No more mistaken connections or soldering header pins. Adafruit calls these connectors STEMMA QT.

All boards have a conformal coating to help protect against moisture, corrosion, and short circuits.

Self Isolation

When different probes are connected to the same controlling device, they can cause interference. The environment also causes interference due to ground-loops or other electrical noise like pumps. Electrically isolating the probe can help to prevent these problems.

Using it

There is documentation on the specification, setup, and use of the sensor.

The Arduino IDE, PlatformIO, and library is in their respective library managers. Any Arduino compatible board will work.

A python library is available for the Raspberry Pi.

Arduino C++

Raspberry Pi Python

Embedding it

The board has castellated headers, so you can embed it permanently into your project.

Buying it

The sensor comes with one Qwiic wire, you can buy extras if needed. There are 3 types of wires to choose from; Qwiic to Qwiic used to connect a Qwiic board to another Qwiic board, Qwiic to male headers, and Qwiic to female headers.

It also comes with a dust cap, hex nut, washer and rubber seal for the BNC connector.

Knowing the temperature isn't really required for an accurate measurement, but it's useful to know and you can easily connect a waterproof temperature probe to the board.


Support, Documentation, and Questions

Sensor Circuit Datasheet

ORP Probe Datasheet

Waterproof Temperature Sensor Datasheet

If you have questions, find a bug, or have any suggestions, go to this project's GitHub page and submit an Issue or Pull Request. Or you can send an email to [email protected].