Seametrics Multi-Parameter Water Quality Loggers

The Seametrics Multi-Parameter Logger is available in 5 configurations to measure combinations of water level, conductivity, pH, ORP, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, and temperature.

Features

  • Modular design for varying site needs
  • Integrated data logger with SDI-12 and Modbus outputs
  • Available with a variety of cable options
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Seametrics Multi-Parameter Water Quality Loggers2L31008 Multi-parameter water level, conductivity, pH/ORP & temperature logger, requires cable & external power
$5,360.00
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Seametrics Multi-Parameter Water Quality Loggers 2L31000 Multi-parameter water level, conductivity, dissolved oxygen & temperature logger, requires cable & external power
$5,859.00
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Seametrics Multi-Parameter Water Quality Loggers 2L31006 Multi-parameter water level, conductivity, turbidity & temperature logger, requires cable & external power
$5,859.00
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Seametrics Multi-Parameter Water Quality Loggers 2L31002 Multi-parameter water level, conductivity, pH/ORP, dissolved oxygen & temperature logger, requires cable & external power
$7,738.00
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Seametrics Multi-Parameter Water Quality Loggers 2L31004 Multi-parameter water level, conductivity, pH/ORP, turbidity & temperature logger, requires cable & external power
$7,987.00
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Seametrics Smart Sensor USB Communications Kit 7A21851 Smart sensor USB communications kit, includes Aqua4Plus software
$322.00
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Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Standard Cable 7A23562 Non-vented PU standard cable with Kevlar, priced per foot
$2.24
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Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Standard Cable 7A23662 Non-vented PU standard cable with Kevlar, priced per meter
$7.34
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Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Economy Cable 7A23554 Non-vented PU economy cable with Mylar, priced per foot
$1.30
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Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Economy Cable 7A23654 Non-vented PU economy cable with Mylar, priced per meter
$4.26
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Seametrics Cable Strain Relief Kit 7A50517 Cable strain relief kit, includes grip & chain lead
$60.00
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Seametrics Auxiliary Power Box 7A60865 Auxiliary power box, 12 VDC, 2200mAh
$175.00
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Seametrics Junction Box 7A22100 Junction box, includes 2 bulkheads
$203.00
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Seametrics Modbus/SDI-12 Flying Lead Cable Adapter 7A23702 Flying lead cable adapter, Modbus/SDI-12 output
$218.00
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Seametrics pH Reference Solution 7A13372 pH reference solution, 1oz
$38.00
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Seametrics Turbo Sensor Wiper Kit 6B41044 Turbo sensor wiper kit with silicone blade
$74.00
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NexSens G2-INW Water Level & Quality Monitor G2-INW Cellular water level & quality monitor for Seametrics Smart Sensors
$2,495.00
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The Seametrics Multi-Parameter Logger is available in 5 configurations to measure combinations of water level, conductivity, pH, ORP, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, and temperature. This single unit can do the work of six sensors - all at the same time.

  • Available in 5 standard configurations to measure combinations of: pH, ORP, temperature, salinity, TDS, pressure and level, dissolved oxygen, and turbidity
  • Includes both SDI-12 and Modbus interfaces for greater flexibility
  • Integrated datalogger stores records in non-volatile memory
  • RS485 network—connects with other Seametrics Smart Sensors
  • Wireless connectivity
  • Modular design—easy to accommodate changes to parameter and data needs
  • Available with a variety of cable options—including polyethylene, polyurethane, and FEP
  • Flexible Windows-based programming
  • Real-time viewing and easy export to spreadsheets/databases
  • Direct-read option for use with panel meters or RTU/PLC applications
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