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LTC Levelogger Junior Logger Rental

LTC Levelogger Junior Logger Rental

Description

Water Level, Conductivity & Temperature Logger

Features

  • Combines three important measurements in a single probe
  • 4-electrode platinum conductivity sensor
  • Log up to 16,000 readings at user-defined interval
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$23.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days

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The LTC Levelogger Junior is perfect for road salt runoff studies, saline aquifer studies, and saltwater intrusion monitoring.
What's Included:
  • (1) LTC Levelogger Junior, 10m range
  • (1) Standard USB communication package
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LTC Levelogger Junior Logger Rental LTCLLJR-D Rental of Solinst LTC Levelogger Junior water level, conductivity & temperature logger, priced per day
$23.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
LTC Levelogger Junior Logger Rental LTCLLJR-2D Rental of Solinst LTC Levelogger Junior water level, conductivity & temperature logger, priced per 2-day period
$37.00
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LTC Levelogger Junior Logger Rental LTCLLJR-W Rental of Solinst LTC Levelogger Junior water level, conductivity & temperature logger, priced per week
$66.00
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LTC Levelogger Junior Logger Rental LTCLLJR-2W Rental of Solinst LTC Levelogger Junior water level, conductivity & temperature logger, priced per 2-week period
$98.00
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LTC Levelogger Junior Logger Rental LTCLLJR-M Rental of Solinst LTC Levelogger Junior water level, conductivity & temperature logger, priced per month
$140.00
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