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In-Situ TROLL External Lithium Battery Pack

In-Situ TROLL External Lithium Battery Pack

Description

The In-Situ TROLL External Lithium Battery Pack supplements internal battery power of a Level TROLL or Aqua TROLL.

Features

  • Flexible applications, useful for frequent fast sampling or long-term deployments
  • Extends deployment durations for a greater range of sampling
  • Fully submersible, tested to 2000 PSI for 14 days
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In-Situ TROLL External Lithium Battery Pack supplements the TROLL internal battery during long-term deployments. When this power source is connected, the Aqua TROLL instrument will use the external battery source first and switch to the internal battery when external battery power is depleted. Internal battery life is dependent on sampling rate. External batteries can be expected to last about a year, regardless of sampling rate.
Notable Specifications:
  • Materials: Titanium, Viton
  • Dimensions: 29.85 cm (11.75 in) long, 18.3 mm (0.72 in) O.D.
  • Weight: 0.17 kg (0.38 lb)
  • Temperature range: -20C to +80C (-4F to +176F)
  • Battery type: 14.4 V lithium, not replaceable or rechargeable
  • Environmental rating with connection to desiccants: IP 67(15 cm - 1 m for 30 minutes)
  • Estimated battery lifetime: Level TROLL 11 months, Aqua TROLL 2 years (logging all available parameters @ 2 minute intervals)
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In-Situ TROLL External Lithium Battery Pack 0051450 TROLL external lithium battery pack, 14.4V
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