The miniIPS1 is an evolutionary upgrade over the miniIPS, presenting industry proven functionality that is equally reliable and trusted. The
miniIPS1 now benefits from improved power consumption, isolated power and comms.
The miniIPS1 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. The miniIPS1 is also supplied as an OEM for sensor integration to other manufacturers.
The miniIPS1 is compatible with Valeport’s MIDAS BathyPack and BathyLog software, allowing the depth data to be continually updated for Density variations in the water column.
The pressure sensor fitted to the miniIPS1 is a temperature compensated piezo-resistive sensor, which delivers the performance previously only available from a resonant quartz sensor at a more cost-effective price. It also brings the added advantages of long-term stability, allowing longer intervals between calibration, and a smaller and more robust construction; complex and vulnerable arrangements of diaphragms and oil filled capillaries & reservoirs are therefore no longer
Temperature compensated piezo-resistive
10, 20, 30, 50, 100, 200, 300, 400 or 600 Bar
Continuous, burst average or data on demand.
1, 2, 4, 8 or 16Hz continuous, down to 1 sample
per day bursting
Secondary calibration function allows conversion
of dBar pressure units into metres or feet, or other
Tare Function allows correction for atmospheric
Titanium (6000m rated)
40mmØ x 185mm (including connector)
SubConn MCBH6F (titanium)
(other connector available on request)
36 x 29 x 16cm, 2kg
RS232 & RS485 fitted as standard
4800 to 115200 baud, (8,1,N)
ASCII text Data format compatible with Valeport’s
BathyLog software, allowing real time depth
correction using Density Profiles
9 – 28V DC (isolated)
less than 0.4W (40mA @ 12V DC)
• 0.01% piezo-resistive sensor
• Interface lead
• Operating manual and transit case
XX denotes pressure transducer range.
Select from 10, 20, 30, 50, 100, 200, 300, 400 or 600 Bar