Pressure compensated pH sensor (United States Patent)

Inventors: Daryl Allen Carlson, Jesse John Bauman, David Dahl Walter, Matthew Eric D’Asaro

An embodiment a pressure compensated pH sensor apparatus, including: a pH sensing component comprising a sensing portion that is exposed to a fluid source when in use; a pressure chamber located in a position under the sensing portion and that envelopes all of the sensing portion not exposed to the fluid source when in use; and a pressure compensation mechanism located within the pressure chamber, wherein the pressure compensation mechanism reacts to pressure from an environment outside the apparatus, thereby support the sensing portion.

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