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
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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
Questions & Answers
How is the PT12 water level sensor typically installed?
The PT12 sensor must be submerged at a fixed depth below minimum pool in order to accurately measure changes in water level. At the other end, the cable is typically wired to a data logger or PLC for power and communications.
If the pressure transducer is out of water, not affected by ice, what kind of cold air temperatures can it withstand?
These loggers can operate in a -15˚ to 55˚C (5˚ to 131˚F), per the specifications. Seametrics recommends further protection if using in water below freezing with their freeze protection kit.
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PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 5 PSIG range, requires cable
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PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 15 PSIG range, requires cable
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PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 30 PSIG range, requires cable
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PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 50 PSIG range, requires cable
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PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 100 PSIG range, requires cable
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PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 300 PSIG range, requires cable
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2B41852
PT12 non-vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 30 PSIA range, requires cable
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PT12 non-vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 50 PSIA range, requires cable
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PT12 non-vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 100 PSIA range, requires cable
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PT12 non-vented pressure & temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, 300 PSIA range, requires cable
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2B42824
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 5 PSIG range, requires cable
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2B42826
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 15 PSIG range, requires cable
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2B42828
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 30 PSIG range, requires cable
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2B42830
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 50 PSIG range, requires cable
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2B42832
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 100 PSIG range, requires cable
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2B42834
PT12 vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 300 PSIG range, requires cable
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2B42852
PT12 non-vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 30 PSIA range, requires cable
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2B42854
PT12 non-vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 50 PSIA range, requires cable
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2B42856
PT12 non-vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 100 PSIA range, requires cable
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2B42858
PT12 non-vented pressure & temperature sensor with titanium housing, 300 PSIA range, requires cable
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