The PT2X-BV barometric pressure data logger is built on the PT2X Pressure/Temperature Smart Sensor platform. It provides an ideal barometric reference for absolute versions of the PT2X water level and groundwater data logger.
Conversion of data files from an absolute sensor is made easy with use of the Aqua4Plus Barometric Compensation Utility means conversion of data files from absolute sensors is easy.
The barometric pressure data logger is capable of storing over 130,000 pressure, temperature and time data records. The sensor is powered internally with two AA batteries or can be powered with an external auxiliary power supply.
It is available in two versions:
The tubular version is available with a ¼" NPT end cone for pressure measurements in pipe applications or a standard end cone for submersible applications.
Aqua4Plus software provides flexible programming, extensive control, real time monitoring easy field calibration and a delayed start feature.
The barometric data loggers can be easily networked with other Smart Sensors with the RS485 interface.
Manufactured by: INW
Model: PT2X-BV Barometric Data Logger
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|General - Weatherproof Box|
|Enclosure Material||ABS - IP66/67|
|Dimensions (box)||4.3" x 3.1" x 2.5"
(10.9 x 7.9 x 6.4 cm)
|Dimensions (incl. connectors)||4.3" x 3.6" x 2.5"
(10.9 x 9.1 x 6.4 cm)
|Wire Seal Metrials||Fluorocarbon and Buna N|
|Desiccant||High- and standard-capacity packs|
|General - Tube|
|Body Material||Delrin® & 316 stainless steel
|Dimensions (cabled)||11.875" x 0.75" diameter
(30.2 cm x 1.9 cm)
|Dimensions (cableless)||11.625" x 0.75" diameter
(29.5 cm x 1.9 cm)
|Wire Seal Materials||Viton® and PTFE/FEP|
|Desiccant||High- and standard- capacity packs|
|Weight||0.80 lbs. (0.4 kg)|
|Submersible Cable||Polyurethane, polyethylene, or FEP|
|Protection Rating||IP68, NEMA 6P|
|Communication||RS485 Modbus® RTU
SDI-12 (ver. 1.3)
|Direct Modbus Read Output||32-bit IEEE floating point|
|Internal Math||32 bit floating point|
|Operating Temp. Range3||-20° C to 60° C|
|Storage Temp. Range1||-40° C to 80° C|
|Memory||4MB - 520,000 records|
|Low Types||Variable, user-defined,
|Programmable Baud Rate||9600, 19200, 38400|
|Logging Rate||8x/sec maximum|
|Software||Complimentary Aqua4Plus or
|Networking||32 available addresses pre junction w/ batching capabilities (up to 255)|
|File Formats||.xls / .cvs / .a4d|
|Internal Battery||2x1.5V AA alkaline2|
|Auxiliary Power||12VDC - Nominal
6 - 15VDC - Range
|Exp. Alkaline Battery Life||18 months at 15m polling interval5|
|Element Type||Digital IC on board|
|Accuracy||± 0.5° C|
|Resolution||± 0.1° C|
|Range||-40° C to 80° C|
|Units||Celsius, Fahrenheit, Kelvin|
|Transducer Type||16 PSIA (1102 mBar) silicon strain guage|
|Transducer Material||316 stainless steel or titanium|
|Units||PSI, FtH2O, inH2O, cmH2O,
mmH2O, mH2O, inHg, cmHg,
mmHg, Bars, mBars, kPa
|Static Accuracy||± 0.5% FSO (typical)
± 0.1% FSO (maximum)
(B.F.S.L. 20° C)
|Resolution||0.0034% FS (typical)|
|Maximum Operating Pressure||1.1 x FS|
|Burst Pressure4||2.0 x FS|
|Compensated Range||0° C to 40° C|
|1 Storage without batteries
2 Lithium available upon request
3 Requires freeze protection kit if in water below freezing
4 Burst reduced at PSI>300
5 May vary due to environmental factors
The free app is available on both Apple® and Android™ smart devices.
Apple devices must be running iOS 11 or later on the following compatible devices:
Android devices must be running version 5.0 or higher. Solinst does not guarantee compatibility on all devices running 5.0, but testing confirms the following can be used:
As the Levelogger App Interface will not connect directly to the top of a Solinst datalogger, it is necessary to have connection accessories. With the Levelogger or Rainlogger, one of the following accessories is required:
Leveloggers. Provides detailed information on the datalogger,
and includes options for running a self-test, doing a memory
dump and creating/emailing reports.