SDI-12 Water Level Sensor for Water Level and Temperature Measurement

S12S - Submersible SDI-12 Pressure / Temperature Sensor

  • Water Level & Temperature All-in-One Device
  • High Accuracy <+/-0.1% FS total error
  • Choice of Ranges 0.5mWG to 100mWG
  • Option of Pressure Reference Choose between gauge, sealed gauge or absolute
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Overview

The S12S submersible level transmitter provides accurate pressure measurement to as low as 0.5mWG. The stainless steel piezo-resistive silicon pressure sensor improves the stability and resolution of the readings compared to those of other measurement technologies. Temperature compensation is standard in every device and the values are output with the level measurements. Each transmitter is calibrated to a total error band of <±0.1% over -5 to 45°C and supplied with a traceable calibration certificate.

The pressure range and units, cable length and material, O-ring seal material and pressure reference can all be specified when ordering.

Manufactured by: Impress Sensors & Systems
Model: S12S - Submersible SDI-12 Pressure / Temperature Sensor

Services offered for this product

  • Sales
  • Rental
  • Installation
  • Calibration
  • Maintenance

Applications

Groundwater monitoring
River and reservoir level
Tank and vessel level
V-notch weir flow measurement
Environmental monitoring

Specification

Minimum Level Range 0.5mWG
Maximum Level Range 100mWG
Reference Gauge, sealed gauge or absolute
Output SDI-12 for level and temperature .
Supply Voltage 6 - 40V dc
Accuracy ≤±0.1% FSO BFSL, ≤±0.06% optional
Sensor Type Stainless Steel Silicon
Process Connection Self flushing nose cone, G1/4" when removed
Electrical Connection Vented cable and strain relief
IP Rating IP68 fully submersible
Cable Sheath Material PVC, PUR, FEP, TPE
Diaphragm Material Stainless Steel 1.4435 (316 L)
Process Connection Material Stainless Steel 1.4404 (316 L)
Temperature Range -20 to +60°C non freezing
Optional Extras Cable sheath, cable length, housing material, calibrated range

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