Consistent performance and stability under extreme pressure come as standard with the miniCT probe.
Valeport’s latest direct reading Conductivity and Temperature sensor features digital sampling techniques and high strength construction methods. 500m acetal and 6000m titanium versions available, both with RS232 or addressable RS485 data outputs as standard.
Valeport’s digital inductive conductivity sensor boasts several design features that allow it to perform to specification even under the harshest of environments. Specially selected materials maintain dimensional stability to 6000m water depth, and the unique digital sampling system means that the sensor not only uses very little power, but also that the measurements are totally unaffected by environmental temperature. The miniCT also features a robust, titanium housed PRT temperature sensor.
Valeport inductive cell
0 - 80mS/cm
Titanium housed PRT
-5 to +35°C
Continuous data output, on command or on power up
1, 2, 4 or 8Hz
RS232 & RS485 fitted as standard
4800 to 115200 baud, (8,1,N)
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Acetal or titanium housing (as ordered), polyurethane and ceramic sensor components
500m (Acetal) 6000m (Titanium)
40mmØ x 285mm long (including connector)
0.6kg – Acetal 1kg - Titanium
– 28V DC
miniCT in Acetal housing Supplied with: · Interface lead · Operating manual and transit case
miniCT in Titanium Supplied with: · Interface lead · Operating manual and transit case
The miniIPS is a precision underwater pressure sensor; 0.01% accuracy, a titanium housing and a choice of pressure ranges make it a cost-effective solution for offshore engineers, vehicle pilots and other operators who require highly accurate depth information in real-time.