BaroVUE10 Digital Barometer
Perfect for Environmental and Meteorological Applications
User friendly, cost effective, and best-in-class accuracy and stability
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The BaroVUE™10 is a highly accurate barometer that can measure pressures over a range of 500 to 1100 hPa and can be used in a range of applications that includes meteorology and hydrology. This sensor includes our zero downtime recalibration. Other sensors on the market need to be taken offline and sent back to the manufacturer to be recalibrated, often for weeks at a time, causing a loss in valuable data and time, as well as an additional expense. 

The sensor card for the BaroVUE™10 is pre-calibrated. Replacement sensor cards are also pre-calibrated, requiring only one trip to the field station and no downtime. The design of the BaroVUE™10 allows you to remove and replace your sensor card quickly and easily without either having to disassemble the equipment in the enclosure or having to send the equipment back to the manufacturer.

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Benefits and Features

  • Highly reliable measurements (multiple cells)
  • Direct-to-digital measurements
  • Very low noise
  • Integrated identification and diagnostics
  • Zero downtime/recalibration
  • Easy firmware updates
  • Cost effective
  • SDI-12 device


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Detailed Description

The BaroVUE™10 is a low-power, digital barometer (-40 to +60°C) that provides best-in-class accuracy and stability (±0.1 hPa/yr) over the entire pressure and temperature range. It can run continuously and does not require power cycling unlike other products in this category. The digital output is both SDI-12 and RS-232, which reduces noise and measurement uncertainty compared with analog sensors, and makes the BaroVUE™10 compatible with all Campbell Scientific SDI-12 devices. Moreover, this barometric pressure sensor can be installed and integrated into many new and existing weather stations. The transducers used in the BaroVUE™10 are direct-to-digital sensors, and no reconversion takes place inside the barometer.


-NOTE- These specifications assume the recommended desiccation is used.
Pressure Range 500 to 1100 hPa
Temperature Range -40° to +60°C
Supply Voltage 9 to 28 Vdc
Elevation ~609.6 m (2,000 ft) below sea level (as in a mine) to 4,572 m (15,000 ft) above sea level
Current Consumption
  • < 5 mA (active)
  • 200 µΑ (sleep mode)
Digital Output SDI-12, RS-232 serial
Pressure Fitting Barbed fitting for 0.318 cm (0.125 in.)
Dimensions 2.2 x 9.0 x 10.2 cm (0.87 x 3.54 x 4.02 in.)
Weight 226.8 g (0.5 lb)


Calibration Uncertainty ±0.15 hPa
Uncertainty ±0.3 hPa (at 20°C)
Total Uncertainty ±0.5 hPa (at -40° to +60°C)
Long-Term Stability ±0.1 hPa/yr
Power Supply Rejection Negligible
Measurement Noise 0.05 hPa (RMS)
Resolution 0.1 hPa


Please note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible products.


Product Compatible Note
CR1000 (retired)
CR1000 (retired)
CR1000 (retired)
CR3000 (retired)

Mounting Equipment

Product Compatible Note


Product Compatible Note
DAQ Case 15

Additional Compatibility Information


BaroVUE10 OS v.1.3 (466 KB) 05-05-2021

Current OS for the BaroVUE10.

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BaroVue10 Program Example (1 KB) 07-07-2021

Description: Includes 2 CR1000X programs.

The SDI-12 example uses the C1! command to retrieve data. The program also adjusts the barometric pressure measurement to sea level. The adjustment is entered as a constant, Elevation_m, in the beginning of the program. Initially, the Elevation_m value is 1382; change this value to your site elevation, in meters.

The serial program demonstrates using RS-232 mode to initiate and return measurements using the SerialOut(), SerialIn(), and SplitStr() CRBasic instructions. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Number of FAQs related to BaroVUE10: 1

  1. The calibration sheet supplied with your BaroVUE™10 applies to the sensor card (BVC10). The serial number on the outside of the unit refers to the serial number of the BaroVUE10 main board. To confirm you have the correct calibration sheet, please open the device and check the serial number on the BVC10 sensor card itself.