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September 2022

RBR Releases New RBR solo T

Image: Igor Shkvorets RBR Ltd. is pleased to announce the release of the new RBRsolo T: RBR’s smallest, lightest, and most versatile single channel logger. Tested in harsh environments to ensure performance, the RBRsolo T provides reliable temperature measurements even in the most unpredictable conditions. The RBRsolo T is ideal for long term deployments, bore holes, extreme environments, or anywhere where size is a concern. Even though the RBRsolo T is small in size, there is no need to sacrifice when it comes to deployment performance. The RBRsolo T can take up to 20M readings on a single battery, samples up to 2Hz, provides 3 years of sampling at 5 second intervals, has a depth rating of 1700m, and uses true USB data download for speed and convenience. The RBRsolo T is also extremely accurate. The logger is equipped with a pressure-protected thermistor which has a 0.8 second time constant, providing reliability under varying deployment conditions (initial accuracy ±0.002 °C). The temperature logger offers exceptional stability; drift is typically less than 0.002°C per year. Along with the logger’s numerous features, the RBRsolo T is available for an affordable price, making the RBRsolo T the perfect instrument for your upcoming project! Greg Johnson, RBR President, stated: “The RBRsolo T is a carefully designed precision thermometer. Not only are the measurement specifications top-flight but the deployment autonomy is exceptional. The entire team at RBR are very proud of our newest creation”.

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