Sentek Drill & Drop Bluetooth Soil Moisture Probe

The Drill & Drop Bluetooth probe is a simple, powerful soil moisture monitoring tool with easy data collection and transfer via Android device.

Features

  • Monitor soil moisture and temperature, or add salinity with TriSCAN probe
  • Fast to install and easy to relocate using optional accessories
  • User-replaceable Lithium battery lasts 1-2 years
Starting At $885.00
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The Drill & Drop Bluetooth probe is a simple, powerful soil moisture monitoring tool. Designed for ease of use, the data is collected via Android phone (iOS coming soon) using an app and the Bluetooth connection. Then upload to the cloud for display in IrriMAX Live using cellular/mobile data, or wait until you are back in a Wi-Fi zone.

Once downloaded to the Connect App, your data is then uploaded to IrriMAX Live. This intuitive web-based platform allows real-time monitoring of crop water use for precision irrigation management. Remote access and sharing of data is simple and easy to setup. Smart device views include map, graph, and list options. Know how much water is available at all depths in the soil profile to support improved irrigation management.

The Bluetooth probe is an extension to the range of Drill & Drop probes, which are available with cabled connections to suit SDI-12, RS232 and RS485 communication protocols. Drill & Drop probes have sensors every 10cm (4″) along the probe depth, and are fully sealed. This soil moisture probe has been a successful addition to the Sentek range, offering easy installation and accurate data. Adding the Bluetooth enabled probe offers customers additional flexibility in data collection and transfer.

  • Drill & Drop Bluetooth Probe
  • Drill & Drop Bluetooth Battery, 3.6V
  • IrriMAX Live Setup
  • IrriMAX Live, 12 Month Subscription
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Drill & Drop Bluetooth soil moisture probe, 30cm (12")
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Drill & Drop Bluetooth TriSCAN probe, 30cm (12")
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Drill & Drop Bluetooth soil moisture probe, 60cm (24")
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Drill & Drop Bluetooth TriSCAN probe, 60cm (24")
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Drill & Drop Bluetooth soil moisture probe, 90cm (36")
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Drill & Drop Bluetooth TriSCAN probe, 90cm (36")
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Drill & Drop Bluetooth soil moisture probe, 120cm (48")
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Drill & Drop Bluetooth TriSCAN probe, 120cm (48")
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