CS655 12 cm Soil Water Content Reflectometer
Cable Length Options
-10 -10 w/3m per probe
-17 -17 w/5m per probe
-33 -33 w/10m per Probe
-50 -50 w/15m per Probe
-U -U w/User Defined Length
-U User Specified Length - show details
-L m cable per probe

Allowed values: 5-300 m, increments of 5 m

Cable Termination Options - show details
-PT -PT w/Tinned Wires
-PW -PW w/Pre-Wire Connector
Cable terminates in a connector for attachment to a prewired enclosure.
SDI-12 Address Options - show details
-DS -DS SDI-12 Address = 0
SDI-12 Address is set to 0.
-VS -VS SDI-12 Address Varies
SDI-12 Address is set to the last digit of the probe’s serial number (0 to 9).

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Product Details
Restockable Yes
Warranty 1-year
Compliance CE Compliance Image RoHS Compliance Image

Common Accessories

The CS650G makes inserting soil-water sensors easier in dense or rocky soils. This tool can be hammered into the soil with force that might damage the sensor if the CS650G were not used. It makes pilot holes into which the rods of the sensors can then be inserted.
The A200 allows the probe to be connected to a computer for changing the SDI-12 address or updating the operating system.

Other Accessories

The 25458 can facilitate wiring when several reflectometers need to be connected to one terminal. This kit contains one 15906 5-inch DIN-Rail Mounting Bracket, two 505 screws, two 6044 grommets, and two 15908 DIN-Rail Stoppers. A complete configuration will also include 25458 connectors, 15907 end plates, and 15920 jumpers (see below).
The 14383 Installation Tool helps maintain the proper spacing and parallel orientation of the rods during probe insertion. Use of the 14383 may reduce measurement errors by minimizing soil disturbance.
The 14384 Pilot Tool helps the insertion of the CS655 in high density or rocky soils. The tool can be driven into the soil with force levels that might damage the CS655. After removing the 14384, the CS655 can be inserted into the established holes. Best results are obtained when the 14384 is used with the 14383.
The 15920 is a DIN-rail mountable terminal connector that can be used between sensors (or other devices) and a datalogger. The 15920 is a three-wire, 4-mm spring-loaded connector.
The 15909 jumper electrically connects terminals on the 15920 connectors.
The 15907 End Plates separate the 15920 connectors.