PME C-sense Logger

The C-sense Logger is a submersible, portable device that records the partial pressure of carbon dioxide (pCO2) over a period of time.

Features

  • 4GB internal storage
  • Submersible to 600m depths
  • Visualization software included
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PME C-sense Logger3200 C-sense Logger pCO2 sensor data logger, 1m cable (sensor sold separately)
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PME C-sense Logger
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PME C-sense Logger USB Cable 3230 C-sense Logger USB cable
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Turner Designs C-sense pCO2 Sensor 2410-001 C-sense in-situ pCO2 sensor with drop-in membrane, 0-1,000ppm range
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Turner Designs C-sense pCO2 Sensor 2410-004 C-sense in-situ pCO2 sensor with drop-in membrane, 0-4,000ppm range
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Turner Designs C-sense pCO2 Sensor 2410-010 C-sense in-situ pCO2 sensor with drop-in membrane, 0-10,000ppm range
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PME C-sense Logger USB Cable
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C-sense Logger USB cable
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C-sense in-situ pCO2 sensor with drop-in membrane, 0-2,000ppm range
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Turner Designs C-sense pCO2 Sensor
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C-sense in-situ pCO2 sensor with drop-in membrane, 0-4,000ppm range
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Turner Designs C-sense pCO2 Sensor
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C-sense in-situ pCO2 sensor with drop-in membrane, 0-10,000ppm range
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The C-sense Logger is a submersible, portable device that records pCO2 over a period of time. Data are collected at a variety of sample rates, selected by the customer, and stored internally. Data are offloaded to a computer via a USB cable for easy viewing and analysis.

Each recorded sample includes the sensor measurement, time, date, and temperature. PME adapted their logger technology to the Turner Designs C-sense sensor and re-chargeable battery pack in order to produce a complete submersible logger for users. It is designed for applications immersed in water, oil or water and oil mixtures.

The logger components have been specifically designed to fit nicely inside the Turner Designs re-chargeable battery housing. The C-sense sensor plugs directly onto the battery pack and logger using submersible connectors and cables. The entire system can be deployed to 600 meters. Turner Designs and PME designed the logger to be easy to use and portable.

The C-sense Logger arrives ready to go. It is set to measure and record time, battery voltage, temperature, and CO2 sensor output once every 10 minutes and write 1 file of measurements daily. It is possible to change the sample rate of the logger by using the software provided.

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