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Stevens Digital Soil Temperature Sensor

Stevens Digital Soil Temperature Sensor

Description

The Stevens digital soil temperature sensor is a compact, robust temperature probe ideal for high-accuracy readings in soil.

Features

  • SDI-12 output for integration with data loggers
  • Fully potted electronics with PVC housing
  • User-selectable Celsius, Fahrenheit, or Kelvin output
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The Digital Temperature Sensor is ideal for high-accuracy readings in soil. SDI-12 output provides universal compatibility with any SDI-12-enabled data logger. The Digital Temperature Sensor features fully-potted components, robust PVC Type II housing, and marine-grade stainless steel, making the sensor ideal for harsh environments.

  • NIST certification available
  • High-accuracy temperature measurement
  • Extremely low current draw
  • Works in water, soil, or air
  • Durable 316 grade stainless steel tine for easy soil insertion
  • Suitable for freshwater or marine applications
  • Fully potted electronics
  • Tough PVC Type II housing
  • Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin output
  • Digital—no calibration required
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Stevens Digital Soil Temperature Sensor 51126-025 Digital soil temperature sensor with SDI-12 interface, 25 ft. cable
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Stevens Digital Soil Temperature Sensor 51126-100 Digital soil temperature sensor with SDI-12 interface, 100 ft. cable
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