Solinst Water Level Temperature Sensors

The Solinst Water Level Temperature Sensor provides continuous, stable and accurate water level and temperature readings for a wide variety of applications.

Features

  • Vented or absolute pressure sensor options with 0.05% full scale accuracy
  • SDI-12 and RS-485 Modbus RTU protocols for interfacing with data loggers and PLC systems
  • Built-in hydrophobic filters eliminate the need for desiccant replacement on vented sensors
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Overview
The Solinst Water Level Temperature Sensor is a compact, all-in-one submersible hydrostatic level transmitter that provides continuous, stable and accurate water level and temperature readings for a wide variety of applications. The water level pressure sensor and temperature sensor are enclosed in a slim, robust 22 mm x 192 mm (7/8" x 7.55") 316L stainless steel housing. Double o-ring seals prevent leaks, and a Faraday cage design protects against power surges and lightning.

Design
Each probe features a removable nose cone for optional use of the 1/4" NPTM threaded connection. The durable water level pressure sensor provides 0.05% FS accuracy with automatic temperature-compensated readings. There are six pressure ranges to choose from (5-200 m), with options for absolute (non-vented) and gauged (vented) pressure sensor setups.

Data Availability
The 301 Water Level Temperature Sensor works with digital protocols – MODBUS and SDI-12 – and are easy to integrate into existing SCADA or PLC systems. Communication cable assemblies are available in lengths up to 300 meters. The cables are easily and securely attached to the sensor using a threaded connection. Simple PC software utilities are used to set up the sensor for the different protocols, perform simple diagnostics, and update sensor firmware if required. A USB-A programming cable is available for connection to the PC.

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WLTS vented water level & temperature sensor, 5m range
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116872
WLTS vented water level & temperature sensor, 10m range
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116873
WLTS vented water level & temperature sensor, 20m range
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116473
WLTS non-vented water level & temperature sensor, 5m range
$344.00
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116867
WLTS non-vented water level & temperature sensor, 10m range
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116868
WLTS non-vented water level & temperature sensor, 20m range
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116869
WLTS non-vented water level & temperature sensor, 30m range
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116870
WLTS non-vented water level & temperature sensor, 100m range
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116871
WLTS non-vented water level & temperature sensor, 200m range
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