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INW T1R Temperature Logger

INW T1R Temperature Logger

Description

The INW T1R is a highly accurate submersible temperature sensor with integrated data logger and battery pack for unattended deployments.

Features

  • Measures temperature and time
  • Integrated data logger with SDI-12 and Modbus outputs
  • Operates on two internal AA batteries or external power supply
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The INW T1R is a highly accurate submersible temperature sensor with integrated data logger and battery pack for unattended deployments.

  • SDI-12 v1.3 interface and Modbus interface
  • 316 stainless steel, fluoropolymer, and PTFE construction
  • Narrow 0.75″ diameter, under 7″ length
  • Integrated datalogger collects records in non-volatile memory
  • Available with a variety of cable options, including polyethylene, polyurethane, and FEP
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INW T1R Temperature Logger 2B41809 T1R temperature logger with stainless steel housing, requires cable
$435.00
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