Added by on 2020-09-18

In this video, I will show you how to build a simple pH sensing Arduino project. Check out the free preview sections of my very affordable online courses here: Request the code for the video here. You will receive it within minutes. Component list 1 x Arduino Uno 1 x programming cable 1 x small breadboard DFrobot pH sensor kit v2 male to male connection wires You may be interested in the following videos as well Aquaponics Playlist Hydroponics Playlist Arduino Playlist Link for Bell Siphon design Link for testing of grow media Link on how to deal with high pH Link on DIY Hydroponic system Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsUsing Sump Tanks with Aquaponics & HydroponicsModern Aquaponics, Hydroponics and AquacultureAquaponics vs Hydroponics vs Soil gardening advantages and disadvantagesPVC Pipe Vertical Garden Quick Mount System Demo -Aquaponics and HydroponicsHydroponics and Aquaponics VideosHydroponics and Aquaponics Perth WA

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  • Steve 1 month ago

    Hiya Doc, 'Get_pH' was not declared in this scope – got this error trying to upload to the Uno, I missed a step didn't I?

  • Agri-Tech with Pierre 1 month ago

    Request the code for the video here. You will receive it within minutes.

  • Sean Newton 1 month ago

    Hi Pierre. Thanks for these amazing videos. I would like to purchase all the components you intend using for the entire series at once. Can you recommend an appropriate supplier and perhaps give us a complete list.

    I usually use

  • Kevin Muth 1 month ago

    Thanks Pierre. Your videos are really informative. I'm following closely.

  • Franci5 1 month ago

    Does this pH sensor consider temperature compensation?

  • Abhinav Saxena 1 month ago

    Eagerly waiting for EC monitor. Also I want to see how you install this solution directly into the running system. What I want to know is how to give power supply the casing etc to pack your arduino and install it for monitoring.

  • Dale Donnolly 1 month ago

    Thanks for the explanation Pierre.
    A couple of questions if I may.
    The water solution used for rinsing. Is it distilled water?
    What happens if the probe is left in the hydroponics water for long periods. Can the probe be left for long periods in distilled water?
    How long does the probe last and what parts of the probe will need replacing over time?

  • Frank Uchegbu 1 month ago

    Thanks, Pierre for these series. I have a quick question: Is it possible to have a system that automatically regulates the PH …say, the system reads a PH value that is way off the charts and it automatically initiates a dilution of the system, either with pure water or some sought of chemical (acid or base) depending on the PH?

  • Wayne Shonfeld 1 month ago

    Hi Pierre. Another awesome video. Will all these different projects fit onto a single Uno controller or does each project need a different controller