Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors

The Seametrics PT12 submersible pressure sensors deliver accurate pressure and temperature readings in rugged environments

Features

  • Digital sensor with SDI-12 and Modbus communications
  • Absolute (non-vented) or gauged (vented) versions
  • Available from 5 PSI to 300 PSI in stainless steel & titanium housings
Starting At $906.00
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Overview
Designed to resist the elements, the Seametrics PT12 delivers accurate pressure and temperature readings in rugged environments. This industry standard SDI-12 device is easy to interface with data loggers and can be daisy-chained on one cable up to 200 feet, making it a preferred choice for many environmental professionals with existing SDI-12 systems.

Benefits

  • SDI-12 v1.3 interface
  • Modbus RTU interface
  • Optional USGS OSW accuracy enhanced calibration on the 15 PSIG unit.
  • Available with a variety of cable options, including polyethylene, polyurethane, and FEP
  • Available in absolute and gauge versions
  • 316 stainless steel, fluoropolymer, and PTFE construction (titanium optional)
  • Optional automatic barometric compensation for absolute units using a PT12-BV Barometric Sensor (SDI-12 only)
  • Available from 5 PSI to 300 PSI
  • Optional 1/4″ NPT inlet
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B41824
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 5 PSIG range, requires cable
$906.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B41826
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 15 PSIG range, requires cable
$906.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B41828
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 30 PSIG range, requires cable
$906.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B41830
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 50 PSIG range, requires cable
$906.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B41832
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 100 PSIG range, requires cable
$906.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B41834
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 300 PSIG range, requires cable
$906.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B41852
PT12 non-vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 30 PSIA range, requires cable
$906.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B41854
PT12 non-vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 50 PSIA range, requires cable
$906.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B41856
PT12 non-vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 100 PSIA range, requires cable
$906.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B41858
PT12 non-vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 300 PSIA range, requires cable
$906.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B42824
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 5 PSIG range, requires cable
$1,268.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B42826
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 15 PSIG range, requires cable
$1,268.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B42828
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 30 PSIG range, requires cable
$1,268.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B42830
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 50 PSIG range, requires cable
$1,268.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B42832
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 100 PSIG range, requires cable
$1,268.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B42834
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 300 PSIG range, requires cable
$1,268.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B42852
PT12 non-vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 30 PSIA range, requires cable
$1,268.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B42854
PT12 non-vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 50 PSIA range, requires cable
$1,268.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B42856
PT12 non-vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 100 PSIA range, requires cable
$1,268.00
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Seametrics PT12 Submersible Pressure Sensors
2B42858
PT12 non-vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 300 PSIA range, requires cable
$1,268.00
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