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Heron dipperLog tapNtell Surface Mount Display

Heron dipperLog tapNtell Surface Mount Display

Description

The Heron tapNTell display connects directly to a dipperLog cable for real-time information on the status of the water level.

Features

  • Display is permanently attached to the well
  • User-replaceable batteries do not drain the loggers of power and last up to 5 years
  • Continuous record of water level rise and fall
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Heron's tapNtell display is best suited to monitor water levels during earth works construction, mining operations, irrigation wells, pore water pressure monitoring in piezometers, or just to keep a watchful eye on a domestic well. The tapNtell provides real-time temperature and water level data, accounting for the rise and fall of the water as it happens below. This data is conveniently presented in numerical value on the display.

Housed in a NEMA IP68 casing, the tapNtell is permanently secured at the top of a well that hosts a direct-read cable installation. This is available for all dipperLog water level loggers that are deployed with a reel or in a well head readout option.

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Heron dipperLog tapNtell Surface Mount Display 5020 tapNtell surface mount display
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