Submersible temperature transducer

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Submersible temperature transducer

Measurement Specialties has just released its new KPSI 380 submersible temperature transducer for applications that require battery-powered operation with minimal current drain, low system cost, and use of a single recorder with multiple sensors "daisy-chained" on one cable. These transducers are ideal for water level monitoring applications such as stream gauging, surface water monitoring, aquifer characterization and groundwater monitoring, and stormwater. This Nickel RTD, highly stable transducer consists of a welded 316 stainless steel body construction with an accuracy of ≤0.1°C at a 6 -28Vdc supply voltage and stability spec of ±0.05°C per 12 months. It comes with custom polyurethane cable lengths and optional lifetime lightning protection.

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