In-Situ Rugged BaroTROLL Barometric Pressure Logger

The In-Situ Rugged BaroTROLL logger for barometric pressure gives the user an easy way to integrate barometric pressure compensation using In-Situ's Baro Merge software.

Features

  • Instrument can hold up to 32,000 readings before data has to be downloaded
  • Ultra-low power system guarantees 5 years or 2 million readings
  • Constructed of durable titanium for use in all environmental applications
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In-Situ Rugged BaroTROLL Barometric Pressure Logger0091900 Rugged BaroTROLL barometric pressure logger
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Use the economical, In-Situ Rugged BaroTROLL Logger instrument with either a Rugged TROLL 100 or 200 instrument. Win-Situ Baro Merge software simplifies post-correction of non-vented water level data.
  • Barometric Pressure
  • Sensor Type: Silicon Strain Gauge
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Accuracy: +/-0.1% FS typical; +/-0.3% FS maximum
  • Resolution: +/-0.01 or Better
  • Temperature
  • Sensor Type: Silicon
  • Range: -20 to 50 C
  • Accuracy: +/-0.3 C
  • Logging
  • Memory: 0.5MB; 32,000 data points
  • Log Types: Linear, Fast Linear, Event
  • Fastest Polling Rate: 1 per second
  • General
  • Operational Temperature Range: -20 to 50 C
  • Diameter: 1.03" OD (26.2mm)
  • Length: 5.5" (14.0cm)
  • Weight: 6.0 oz. (170 g)
  • Output Options: USB & RS-232
  • Housing: Titanium
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