Close-up image of the coil sensing surface of the TC‑X1 electromagnetic conducitivy meter, detatched from the enclosure, showing the S-winding of the coil.

Measure the Conductivity of Anything

Non-contact Means Safety and Durability

The TC‑X1 can safely measure the conductivity of any sample that can be put on top of the sensing surface - including cement, biological samples, or radioactive goo. The TC‑X1 doesn't foul, wear out, or lose accuracy over time - just remember to charge the battery!

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Top view soil microorganisms Nutrient agar in plate.

Calibration-Free Sensing

No calibration is needed when using a standard petri dish to contain the sample. Use any container with the help of Tayos.

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Picture of the TC‑X1 electromagnetic conductivity sensor, showing the on/off switch, tare button, display, and coil sensor surface.

Place and Measure

Lose the expensive electrodes

Using the TC‑X1 is simple: just fill a petri dish with your sample and place it on the sensor coil. Cutting-edge firmware and hardware design uses new quantitative calculation techniques to read electrical conductivity. Our sensor is ideal for non-magnetic specimens in non-conductive cylindrical vessels centered above a short solenoidal coil like in the TC‑X1.

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Calcium carbonate (CaCO) placed in a petri dish - main alkaline component of rocks such as limestones. Result of the reaction of calcium oxide with carbon dioxide.