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Barologger Edge Logger Rental

Barologger Edge Logger Rental

Description

Barometric Pressure & Temperature Logger

Features

  • Used for pressure compensation on Leveloggers
  • Accurately logs barometric pressure & temperature
  • Waterproof housing
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$6.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days

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The Barologger Edge is designed to be logged in conjuction with Solinst Leveloggers for atmospheric pressure compensation.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Barologger Edge Logger Rental BLE-D Rental of Solinst Barologger Edge barometric pressure logger, priced per day
$6.00
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Barologger Edge Logger Rental BLE-2D Rental of Solinst Barologger Edge barometric pressure logger, priced per 2-day period
$10.00
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Barologger Edge Logger Rental BLE-W Rental of Solinst Barologger Edge barometric pressure logger, priced per week
$17.00
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Barologger Edge Logger Rental BLE-2W Rental of Solinst Barologger Edge barometric pressure logger, priced per 2-week period
$26.00
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Barologger Edge Logger Rental BLE-M Rental of Solinst Barologger Edge barometric pressure logger, priced per month
$36.00
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