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INW PT2X-BV Barometric Pressure Loggers

INW PT2X-BV Barometric Pressure Loggers

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Built on INW’s Pressure & Temperature Smart Sensor platform, the PT2X-BV is an ideal barometric reference for non-vented versions of the PT2X pressure sensors.

Features

  • Barometric compensation for PT2X sensors using Aqua4Plus software
  • Stores over 130,000 records of pressure, temperature, and time data
  • Available in a weatherproof box or stainless steel tube configuration
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Built on INW’s Pressure & Temperature Smart Sensor platform, the PT2X-BV is an ideal barometric reference for absolute versions of the PT2X pressure sensors. Storing over 130,000 records of pressure, temperature and time data, this sensor features easy-to-use software and operates on low power—using two AA batteries during normal output or an auxiliary power supply for data-intensive applications.

  • Measures temperature in addition to barometric and vacuum pressures
  • Comes with easy-to-use Aqua4Plus software
  • Available in two different casing options: a weatherproof box or 316 stainless steel tube
  • RS485 network—provides easy connections with other INW Smart Sensors
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INW PT2X-BV Barometric Pressure Loggers 2A65711 PT2X-BV barometric pressure logger with weatherproof box, Modbus/SDI-12 output
$745.00
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INW PT2X-BV Barometric Pressure Loggers 2A21711 PT2X-BV barometric pressure logger with stainless steel housing, includes cableless top cap
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INW PT2X-BV Barometric Pressure Loggers 2A31711 PT2X-BV barometric pressure logger with stainless steel housing, requires cable
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