Advanced Chemistry Sensor - PS-2172

Go Wireless!

Recommended Alternative — The combination of the Wireless pH, Wireless Temperature, Wireless Pressure and Wireless Conductivity sensors can perform most* of the functions of the PASPORT Advanced Chemistry Sensor at a lower price. Best of all, they connect directly** to your computers, tablets, smartphones and Chromebooks without the need for an interface and with no cables to get in the way.

*The range of the Wireless Conductivity Sensor is lower: 0-20,000 us/cm vs. 0-100,000 us/cm and accuracy is ± 10% of reading vs ± 2% of scale.

**Devices without native Bluetooth® Smart connectivity will require a low cost USB adapter - see the product pages for details.



The Advanced Chemistry Sensor measures pressure, temperature, pH, and conductivity. Explore electrolytes, acid-base reactions, gas laws, and thermochemistry. Acid-base, thermometric, and conductometric titrations are now possible individually or simultaneously, all with this one sensor.

Typical Applications

Perform these labs with the Advanced Chemistry Sensor:

  • Exploring Gas Laws
  • Hess's Law
  • Properties of Buffers
  • Rate of Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide
  • Intermolecular Forces


  • Stainless Steel Temperature Probe
  • pH Probe
  • Conductivity Probe
  • Built-in Pressure Sensor
  • 60cc syringe
  • Tubing and quick-release connectors
  • Videos

    Buying Guide

    Conductivity Probe, 10X
    PASPORT Stainless Steel Temperature Probe
    pH Storage Solution
    Replacement Parts
    Conductivity Probe, 10X   PS-2571
    PASPORT Stainless Steel Temperature Probe   PS-2153
    pH Storage Solution   SC-3507

    Interface Required

    To use this product you need a PASCO interface. 

    New to probeware or have questions about  sensors or interfaces? Contact Teacher and Technical Support.  We're here to help!

    Software Required

    This product requires or recommends PASCO software for data collection and analysis. Either SPARKvue software or PASCO Capstone software may be used.