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Van Essen Baro-Diver Barometric Pressure Logger

Van Essen Baro-Diver Barometric Pressure Logger

Description

The Baro-Diver accurately capture changes in atmospheric pressure for compensating water level measurements from Diver loggers.

Features

  • Compact size: 22mm diameter x 110mm length
  • Stores 72,000 records of time stamp, pressure and temperature with backup
  • Continuous and fixed length memory (linear sample method)
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The Baro-Diver ensures that you accurately capture changes in atmospheric pressure. Conveniently priced and easy to adjust, one Baro-Diver covers a radius of up to 15 km, depending on the topography. The Baro-Diver can also be used for measuring shallow water levels up to approximately 1.5 meters. The Baro-Diver has an internal memory capable of storing 72,000 measurements per parameter with new backup memory feature. For each measurement, the Baro-Diver simultaneously registers barometric pressure, air temperature, date and time.

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Van Essen Baro-Diver Barometric Pressure Logger DI800 Baro-Diver pressure & temperature logger, 1.5m range
$450.00
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