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Stevens HydraProbe POGO mini Soil Moisture Sensor

Stevens HydraProbe POGO mini Soil Moisture Sensor

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The Stevens HydraProbe POGO mini soil moisture sensor makes soil spot sampling quick and easy. Instantly measure soil moisture, electrical conductivity, and temperature.

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  • Patented sensor instantly measures moisture, EC (salinity) and soil temperature
  • Integrated Bluetooth for easy operation with free smartphone app
  • Cost effective solution for portable on-the-go soil monitoring
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Take soil measurements anywhere for those applications not requiring a permanent soil monitoring system. Your Apple or Android device communicates wirelessly with the HydraProbe POGO mini using Bluetooth. Simply insert the probe into the soil, and tap on the “Sample” button in the HydraMon app. The sensor can be installed into the soil with or without the detachable tracking pole.

The app will display soil moisture content, temperature, conductivity, and dielectric permittivity on-screen for immediate viewing. The date and time of each measurement is recorded along with the soil measurement data. All data can be saved and emailed as a .CSV file for analysis in Excel. Notes and location names can be added to the data records.

The HydraProbe POGO mini features a rugged, anodized aluminum housing that contains a rechargeable battery good for a full day’s heavy use. It comes with a detachable trekking pole for easy on-the-go measurements. The HydraProbe POGO mini uses the HydraProbe soil sensor which employs a Ratiometric Dielectric Coaxial Impedance method which is more accuracy and stable than TDR and frequency based technologies.

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