Seametrics BaroSCOUT Barometric Pressure Logger

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

Features

  • Easy to use barometric compensation utility in Aqua4Plus software
  • 4.5 year battery life with user-replaceable battery
  • Modbus RTU protocol for integration with SCADA systems
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Seametrics BaroSCOUT Barometric Pressure Logger2Q21110 BaroSCOUT barometric pressure logger with stainless steel housing, 15 PSIA range
$416.00
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Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies 7A50523 LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 100 ft.
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