Seametrics BaroSCOUT 2X Barometric Pressure Loggers

The BaroSCOUT 2X is designed to be deployed alongside LevelSCOUT 2X loggers for barometric pressure compensation.

Features

  • Increased memory to 100,000 records
  • Integrated SDI-12 or Modbus RTU RS485 output
  • 4.5-year battery life with user-replaceable batteries
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Seametrics BaroSCOUT 2X Barometric Pressure Loggers2R21110 BaroSCOUT 2X barometric pressure logger with stainless steel housing & cableless top cap, 15 PSIA range
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Seametrics BaroSCOUT 2X Barometric Pressure Loggers 2R21220 BaroSCOUT 2X barometric pressure logger with stainless steel housing & cabled connector termination, 15 PSIA range, requires cable
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Seametrics BaroSCOUT 2X Barometric Pressure Loggers
2R21110
BaroSCOUT 2X barometric pressure logger with stainless steel housing & cableless top cap, 15 PSIA range
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$550.00
Seametrics BaroSCOUT 2X Barometric Pressure Loggers
2R21220
BaroSCOUT 2X barometric pressure logger with stainless steel housing & cabled connector termination, 15 PSIA range, requires cable
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$550.00
Seametrics BaroSCOUT 2X Barometric Pressure Loggers
2R21230
BaroSCOUT 2X barometric pressure logger with stainless steel housing & cabled bare wire termination, 15 PSIA range, requires cable
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$550.00
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Seametrics Smart Sensor USB Communications Kit 7A21851 Smart sensor USB communications kit, includes Aqua4Plus software
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Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Standard Cable 7A23562 Non-vented PU standard cable with Kevlar, priced per foot
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Seametrics Cable Strain Relief Kit 7A50517 Cable strain relief kit, includes grip & chain lead
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Smart sensor USB communications kit, includes Aqua4Plus software
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Non-vented PU standard cable with Kevlar, priced per foot
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Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Standard Cable
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Non-vented PU standard cable with Kevlar, priced per meter
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$7.49
Cable strain relief kit, includes grip & chain lead
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$61.00

The Seametrics BaroSCOUT 2X Smart Sensor is designed to measure barometric pressure, along with temperature. It is an ideal companion to the LevelSCOUT 2X absolute pressure/level sensors and can be used to adjust their readings for atmospheric pressure.

This industry standard digital RS485 interface device records up to 100,000 records of pressure, temperature, and time data, operates with low power, and features easy-to-use Aqua4Plus 2.0 software with powerful features. Constructed with 316 stainless steel, acetal, and Viton, this sensor provides high-accuracy readings in rugged and corrosive field conditions.

The BaroSCOUT 2X utilizes an extremely rugged and stable piezo-electric media-isolated pressure element combined with a 16-bit analog-to-digital converter. This provides extremely accurate and stable pressure input into the microprocessor on the circuit board that measures the pressure and stores the data in non-volatile memory.

A replaceable 2/3 AA 3.6v lithium battery powers the BaroSCOUT 2X. The unit is programmed using our easy-to-use control software. Once programmed the unit will measure and collect data at the time interval programmed.

While most will use the BaroSCOUT 2X with Seametrics’ Aqua4Plus 2.0 software, it is by no means limited to that software. You can use your own software or logging equipment to read measurements via RS485 and/or SDI-12, tying into your existing telemetry and control systems.

Note: The BaroSCOUT 2X is intended for use in atmosphere—not to be submerged.

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