Anti Spy Detectors
In a survey of 2,000 Airbnb guests, 58% said they were worried about hidden cameras in their rental.
Hidden Cameras are a real problem. The New York Times, Washington Post, and BBC have all covered the problem extensively – any hotel, Airbnb, or restroom could have spy cameras installed without your knowledge.
If you suspect you’re being watched, whether in a professional or a personal environment, finding and removing the device is of utmost importance. Camera detectors help users identify the device being used to infiltrate their privacy so it can be disabled or removed from the premises. Camera detectors come in different styles, price points, and use cases to ensure that each user will find the device that best suits their own needs for camera detection.
Water pH Meter
PH levels in drinking water are monitored extremely closely and are required to be kept in a range of 6.5–8.5 by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Though, if not regulated carefully, the effects of drinking acidic or alkaline water could be harmful.
When water is below a pH level of 7, it has a corrosive quality to it. This means it could contain iron, copper, lead, or zinc from plumping and various other metal fixtures. It will have a bitter and metallic taste to it. High alkaline water doesn’t pose health risks but does cause aesthetic problems. Formation of scale or precipitate on piping, fixtures, dishes, and utensils will occur. The taste will have a baking soda-like taste and will have a slippery feel.
Water TDS Meter
A TDS meter is a small hand-held device used to indicate the Total Dissolved Solids in a solution, usually water. Since dissolved ionized solids, such as salts and minerals, increase the conductivity of a solution, a TDS meter measures the conductivity of the solution and estimates the TDS from that reading.
TDS meters may be referred to as TDS testers or PPM (parts per million) testers, but all of these are different names for the same thing. A basic TDS meter may only measure the amount of total dissolved solids in a solution while an advanced model may be able to Electrical conductivity, Temperature, and more.
Healthy growing plants, just like humans, need a balanced diet of appropriate nutrients (food). However, plants can only access these nutrients when the nutrient solution is within a certain pH range.
From a water chemistry perspective, pH (potential Hydrogen) plays a pivotal role in making the nutrients in your solution soluble so that they can be accessed by your plants. That’s why if your growing solution becomes too acidic or too alkaline, the plants won’t be able to get access to the nutrients they need to grow. The temperature of your growing solution is equally important as having a solution that’s too hot or too cold can affect growth rate and structure.
To help your plants thrive, get the fundamentals right by measuring pH and temperature to ensure that these are always in the optimal range.
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