Level Transducers Enable Smart, Connected Creations

TE Connectivity announced today the release of its KPSI 600/601 submersible water-level sensors, the latest innovation in the TE/KPSI sensor line.The KPSI 600 SDI-12 and model 601 new model submersible transducers with ceramic diaphragm adds to a long list of models within the TE/KPSI line, offering accuracy and reliability in harsh conditions. These transducer models are competitively priced, easy to install and maintain, and are built to reduce maintenance costs.

KPSI 600 Transducer exhibits a ±0.05% FS accuracy. Employing a stable media-isolated sensor, the device features SDI-12 and RS-485 serial-digital interface standards. SDI-12 is a commonly used standard for interfacing data recorders with microprocessor-based sensors in the environmental monitoring field. The KPSI 600 will accommodate cable lengths up to 1,000 feet between sensor and recorder.


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The KPSI 601 transducer meets the USGS OSW requirement. Incorporating a stable media-isolated sensor, the KPSI 601 features SDI-12 and RS-485 serial-digital interface standards. It also accommodates cable lengths up to 1,000 feet between sensor and recorder.


TruBlue data loggers rely on power conserving microcomputer circuitry and offer high levels of functionality and accuracy, the TruBlue series consist of data loggers for: level, temperature, barometric pressure, and conductivity. TruWare software is included with each at no cost. For more details and specs, datasheets are available for the KPSI 600/KPSI 601 and TruBlue data loggers.


TE Connectivity

Menlo Park, CA




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