New Pressure Transducers with Integrated Campbell Scientific Recording Sensor

05-14-2013

LOGAN, Utah – Campbell Scientific, Inc., is excited to announce the release of two new pressure transducers that have an integrated CSI recording sensor. These pressure transducers enable fluid measurement recordings without the need for a separate datalogger. The new CRS451 and CRS456 benefit from Campbell Scientific’s reputation for producing high-quality, accurate, and reliable instrumentation; their experience in providing pressure transducers for water level and temperature measurements; and their expertise in developing dataloggers to meet versatile customer needs.

The integrated recording sensors of the CRS451 and CRS456 can be programmed, using the included HydroSci software, to perform in multiple modes: time-based monitoring, event-based monitoring, “Delta” (for defined depth change), and logarithmic (for standard pump test monitoring). These modes provide flexibility in scheduling water level measurements to meet short-term, such as seasonal, monitoring needs for groundwater and surface water applications. The recording sensors’ collected data can be downloaded to a PC via the intuitive HydroSci software and a micro USB cable connection.

The self-contained CRS451 and CRS456 pressure transducers are powered by an internal user-replaceable lithium battery. The CRS451 has a 316L stainless-steel case that can be submerged in most canals, wells, ponds, lakes, and streams. The CRS456 is encased in rugged titanium for use in saltwater or other harsh environments.

Campbell Scientific, Inc., is a worldwide manufacturer of dataloggers, data acquisition systems, and measurement and control products. Campbell Scientific’s mission is to satisfy the instrumentation needs of their customers by providing versatile and reliable products that can withstand harsh, remote environments. To learn more about Campbell Scientific, Inc., or to ask questions of the company’s highly trained technical and sales support team, please visit www.campbellsci.com.

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