NexSens TS210 Thermistor String

The NexSens TS210 Thermistor String provides high precision temperature measurements for profiling in lakes, streams, and coastal waters.

Features

  • Integrated thermistor with standard or custom spacing
  • +/- 0.075 C accuracy for precision temperature measurements
  • Marine-grade cable with braided Kevlar core
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The NexSens TS210 Thermistor String provides high accuracy temperature data for profiling in lakes, streams, and coastal waters. It features an integral titanium thermistor secured and epoxied in a protective housing for underwater deployments. A marine-grade cable with braided Kevlar core help ensure reliability in extreme environments.

Each sensor is accurate to +/-0.075 C for high-precision measurements. The exposed titanium thermistor makes direct contact with water, allowing readings to stabilize within 60 seconds. Temperature data is transmitted on a RS-485 Modbus RTU string bus for integration with data loggers and SCADA systems. The string is powered by 4-28 VDC for operation on a 12 or 24 VDC power supply.

TS210 strings are available standard with 1m spacing or at custom intervals to meet project requirements. Cable lengths are available up to 1,219 meters (4,000 feet) with a maximum 250 nodes. Strings terminate in a NexSens UW plug and receptacle connector, allowing additional sections or sensors to be added as required. Optional accessories include a bottom pressure sensor, cable clamps, stainless steel mooring line, and communication adapters.

  • Sensor: Thermistor
  • Range: 0 to 45 C (32 to 113 F)
  • Accuracy: +/-0.075 C
  • Resolution: 0.01 C
  • T90 Response Time: 60 seconds
  • Refresh Rate: 2 seconds
  • Maximum Sensors: 250
  • Maximum Length: 1219m (4000 ft.)
  • Communications: RS-485 Modbus RTU
  • Power Requirement: 4-28 VDC
  • Current Draw Per Node: 1.3mA active; 0.35mA sleep; 0.05mA deep sleep
  • Connector: 8 pin, sensorBUS
  • Dimensions: 7.62cm L x 3.56cm Dia. (3.0" L x 1.4" Dia.)
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