Probe for Soil Volumetric Water Content Measurement
The probes HD3910.1 (two electrodes) and HD3910.2 (three electrodes) measure the soil volumetric water content (VWC) by using a capacitive measurement principle which allows fast measurements in the eld and with minimal invasiveness.
The three-electrode probe HD3910.2 is particularly suitable for the measurement in small volumes, for example for cultivations in pots.
The probes are factory-calibrated and do not require any further calibration by the end user.
The circuit board is protected inside a housing made of plastic material and sealed with epoxy resin which allows achieving reliable measurements even in harsh envi- ronmental conditions.
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The probes are equipped with a xed cable, 5 or 10m standard length, with open wires at the end.
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