Seametrics PT12-BV Barometric Pressure Sensor

The Seametrics PT12-BV provides barometric reference for non-vented PT12 pressure sensors.

Features

  • Measures pressure and temperature
  • Provides barometric reference for non-vented PT12 pressure sensors
  • Automatically compensates for barometric pressure with SDI-12 output
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Seametrics PT12-BV Barometric Pressure Sensor2K13422 PT12-BV barometric pressure sensor with weatherproof box, SDI-12 output
$588.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Seametrics PT12-BV Barometric Pressure Sensor
2K13422
PT12-BV barometric pressure sensor with weatherproof box, SDI-12 output
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$588.00
ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Seametrics PT12-BV Wiring Option 2B36902 PT12-BV wiring option
$68.00
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Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Standard Cable 7A23562 Non-vented PU standard cable with Kevlar, priced per foot
$2.28
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Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Standard Cable 7A23662 Non-vented PU standard cable with Kevlar, priced per meter
$7.49
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Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Economy Cable 7A23554 Non-vented PU economy cable with Mylar, priced per foot
$1.33
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Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Economy Cable 7A23654 Non-vented PU economy cable with Mylar, priced per meter
$4.35
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Seametrics PT12-BV Wiring Option
2B36902
PT12-BV wiring option
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$68.00
Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Standard Cable
7A23562
Non-vented PU standard cable with Kevlar, priced per foot
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$2.28
Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Standard Cable
7A23662
Non-vented PU standard cable with Kevlar, priced per meter
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$7.49
Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Economy Cable
7A23554
Non-vented PU economy cable with Mylar, priced per foot
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$1.33
Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Economy Cable
7A23654
Non-vented PU economy cable with Mylar, priced per meter
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$4.35

The Seametrics PT12-BV provides barometric reference for non-vented PT12 pressure sensors. When using SDI-12 output, data is automatically compensated for barometric pressure, eliminating the need for post-processing.

  • Weatherproof box constructed with ABS – IP66/67, fluorocarbon, and Buna N (nitrile rubber)
  • SDI-12 v1.3 interface
  • Barometrically compensate attached absolute sensor for level measurement (SDI-12 only)
  • Operates on low power
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