Seametrics T1 Temperature Sensor

Offering both SDI-12 and Modbus interfaces, the Seametrics T1 is a smart choice for upgrading to digital and replacing analog temperature sensors.

Features

  • Measures temperature and time
  • Integrated SDI-12 & Modbus interfaces
  • Requires 9-16 VDC power
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Seametrics T1 Temperature Sensor2B41810 T1 temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, requires cable
$385.00
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Seametrics T1 Temperature Sensor
2B41810
T1 temperature sensor with stainless steel housing, requires cable
Drop ships from manufacturer
$385.00
ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
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 Non-Vented Polyurethane Standard Cable
7A23562
Non-vented PU standard cable with Kevlar, priced per foot
Drop ships from manufacturer
$2.24
Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Standard Cable
7A23662
Non-vented PU standard cable with Kevlar, priced per meter
Drop ships from manufacturer
$7.34
Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Economy Cable
7A23554
Non-vented PU economy cable with Mylar, priced per foot
Drop ships from manufacturer
$1.30
Seametrics Non-Vented Polyurethane Economy Cable
7A23654
Non-vented PU economy cable with Mylar, priced per meter
Drop ships from manufacturer
$4.26
Cable strain relief kit, includes grip & chain lead
Drop ships from manufacturer
$60.00

Offering both SDI-12 and Modbus interfaces, the Seametrics T1 is a smart choice for upgrading to digital and replacing analog temperature sensors. The T1’s rugged construction of 316 stainless steel, fluoropolymer, and PTFE resists weathering and data interferences, making it safe for long-term deployment.

  • SDI-12 v1.3 interface and Modbus interface
  • 316 stainless steel, fluoropolymer, and PTFE construction
  • Narrow 0.75″ diameter, under 7″ length
  • Power: 9-16 VDC
  • Available with a variety of cable options, including polyethylene, polyurethane, and FEP
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