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Sentek Diviner 2000 Portable Soil Moisture Probe

Sentek Diviner 2000 Portable Soil Moisture Probe

Description

Sentek Diviner 2000 is a portable and robust device measuring soil water over multiple depths (at 10cm intervals) in the profile.

Features

  • Consists of a probe and handheld data logging display unit
  • Available in 0.7m, 1.0m & 1.6m lengths
  • Measure up to 16 depths in just a few seconds
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Sentek Diviner 2000 is a portable and robust device measuring soil water over multiple depths (at 10cm intervals) in the profile. Diviner 2000 consists of a probe and handheld data logging display unit allowing the user to make on-site management decisions at up to 99 sites.

The Diviner 2000 probe is available in 3 lengths - 0.7m, 1.0m and 1.6m; making it ideal for a wide range of applications. The patented "Swipe and Go" technology means that Diviner 2000 does not need to be held at each individual depth in the soil profile. To take a reading the encapsulated capacitance sensor is simply swiped in and out of the access tube, measuring up to 16 depths in just a few seconds.
What's Included:
  • (1) Sentek Diviner 2000 probe
  • (1) Diviner 2000 display unit
  • (2) Probe cables
  • (1) Probe carry case
  • (1) Display unit carry case
  • (1) Field download cable
  • (1) Normalization tube
  • (1) Universal charger
  • (1) Car charger cable
  • (1) User manual
  • (1) Laminated wall chart
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Sentek Diviner 2000 Portable Soil Moisture Probe 00007 Diviner 2000 portable soil moisture probe kit, 0.7m Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Sentek Diviner 2000 Portable Soil Moisture Probe 00010 Diviner 2000 portable soil moisture probe kit, 1.0m
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Sentek Diviner 2000 Portable Soil Moisture Probe 00016 Diviner 2000 portable soil moisture probe kit, 1.6m
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Sentek Diviner 2000 Standard Installation Kit 11720 Diviner 2000 standard installation kit, 0.7m Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Sentek Diviner 2000 Standard Installation Kit 11700 Diviner 2000 standard installation kit, 1.0m Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Sentek Diviner 2000 Standard Installation Kit 11710 Diviner 2000 standard installation kit, 2.0m Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Sentek Diviner 2000 Slurry Installation Kit 11725 Diviner 2000 slurry installation kit, 1.0m Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Sentek Diviner 2000 Slurry Installation Kit 11705 Diviner 2000 slurry installation kit, 1.5m Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Sentek Diviner 2000 Slurry Installation Kit 11715 Diviner 2000 slurry installation kit, 2.0m Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Sentek Access Tube Standard Installation Kit 07000 Access tube standard installation kit Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Sentek Access Tube Slurry Installation Kit 07250 Access tube slurry installation kit Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Sentek IrriMAX 10 Software 09200 IrriMAX 10 Software, CD only Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Sentek IrriMAX 10 Software 09206 IrriMAX 10 Software, standard license Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Sentek IrriMAX 10 Software 09205 IrriMAX 10 Software, premium license Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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