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Spectrum WaterScout SM 100 Soil Moisture Sensors

Spectrum WaterScout SM 100 Soil Moisture Sensors

Description

The SM 100 combines affordability and accuracy into a soil moisture sensor that is easy to install.

Features

  • Output signal is automatically converted to volumetric water content
  • Use with FieldScout Soil Sensor Reader for spot sampling applications
  • Compatible with WatchDog 1000 and 2000 series stations
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The SM 100 combines affordability and accuracy into a sensor that is easy to install. The sensor is composed of two electrodes that function as a capacitor, with the surrounding soil serving as the dielectric. An 80 MHz oscillator drives the capacitor and a signal proportional to the soil’s dielectric permittivity is converted to an output signal that is then converted to volumetric water content.

The SM 100 is designed to be compatible with WatchDog data loggers and weather stations. SpecWare software enables you view your data in graphical and tabular form as well as run reports customized to your application.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Spectrum WaterScout SM 100 Soil Moisture Sensors 6460 WaterScout SM 100 soil moisture sensor, 6 ft. cable
$89.00
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Spectrum WaterScout SM 100 Soil Moisture Sensors 6460-20 WaterScout SM 100 soil moisture sensor, 20 ft. cable
$97.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Spectrum FieldScout Soil Sensor Reader 6466 FieldScout soil sensor reader
$279.00
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