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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Water Level Logger

In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Water Level Logger

Description

The In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Water Level Logger features corrosion-resistance, flexible communications, low power consumption, and durable direct-read cable.

Features

  • Instrument can hold up to 65,000 readings before data has to be downloaded
  • Ultra-low power system guarantees 10 years or 2 million readings
  • RS485 or SDI-12 output for integration with NexSens data loggers & telemetry systems
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The In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Water Level Logger instrument is designed for long- and short-term groundwater and surface-water monitoring. The non-vented (absolute) instrument monitors and records changes in water level, pressure, and temperature.

The direct-read cable allows users to upload and view level & temperature data without disrupting measurements. Flexible SDI-12 or Modbus RS485 output enable connection to NexSens telemetry systems, the RuggedReader handheld PC, laptop, SCADA systems, or other data collection platforms.

 

  • Use instruments in harsh environments
  • Customize data logs Linear, fast linear, and event modes are available
  • Program and download data via a docking station or Rugged TROLL Com device, which connects to either a PC or RuggedReader handheld PC.
  • Simplify instrument set up and data management with Win-Situ 5 or Win-Situ Mobile software.
  • Use the non-vented Rugged TROLL 200 cable for applications requiring real-time data access.
  • Connect the In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Water Level Logger to a TROLL Link telemetry system, PLC system, or logger via Modbus/RS485 or SDI-12.
  • Deploy on suspension wire with hanger for long-term deployments requiring minimal access.
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$257.00
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$257.00
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In-Situ RuggedReader Handheld Computer 0078030 RuggedReader kit, includes 520 MHz RuggedReader, Rugged TROLL 200 Com Bundle, and Win-Situ Mobile software
$1999.00
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Cable Hanger Kit 0080880 Rugged TROLL 200 cable hanger kit
$11.00
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Direct Read Cable 0061500-501 Rugged TROLL 200 direct read cable with top connector, 5 ft.
$107.50
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Direct Read Cable 0061500-2501 Rugged TROLL 200 direct read cable with top connector, 25 ft.
$142.75
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Direct Read Cable 0061500-5001 Rugged TROLL 200 direct read cable with top connector, 50 ft.
$186.50
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Direct Read Cable 0061500-10001 Rugged TROLL 200 direct read cable with top connector, 100 ft.
$274.00
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Direct Read Cable 0061500-20002 Rugged TROLL 200 direct read cable with top connector, small plastic spool, 200 ft.
$460.00
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Direct Read Cable 0061500-30002 Rugged TROLL 200 direct read cable with top connector, small plastic spool, 300 ft.
$635.00
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Modbus Output Cable 0061520-2501 Rugged TROLL 200 direct read cable with stripped & tinned wires for RS-485 Modbus output, 25 ft.
$142.75
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Modbus Output Cable 0061520-5001 Rugged TROLL 200 direct read cable with stripped & tinned wires for RS-485 Modbus output, 50 ft.
$186.50
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Modbus Output Cable 0061520-10001 Rugged TROLL 200 direct read cable with stripped & tinned wires for RS-485 Modbus output, 100 ft.
$274.00
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Modbus Output Cable 0061520-20002 Rugged TROLL 200 direct read cable with stripped & tinned wires for RS-485 Modbus output, small plastic spool, 200 ft.
$460.00
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 Modbus Output Cable 0061520-30002 Rugged TROLL 200 direct read cable with stripped & tinned wires for RS-485 Modbus output, small plastic spool, 300 ft.
$635.00
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 SDI-12 Output Cable 0087300 Rugged TROLL 200 direct read cable with stripped & tinned wires for SDI-12 output, 16.5 ft.
$128.00
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 SDI-12 Output Cable 0087310 Rugged TROLL 200 direct read cable with stripped & tinned wires for SDI-12 output, 50 ft.
$187.00
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 SDI-12 Output Cable 0087320 Rugged TROLL 200 direct read cable with stripped & tinned wires for SDI-12 output, 100 ft.
$274.00
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 SDI-12 Output Cable 0087330 Rugged TROLL 200 direct read cable with stripped & tinned wires for SDI-12 output, 200 ft.
$449.00
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Questions & Answers

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How accurate is this water level logger with temperature? What range will it work in?
The In-Situ Rugged TROLL 200 will record water temperatures between 0-50°C (32-122°F) with +/- 0.3°C accuracy.

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