Global Water PL200-G Water Pressure Logger

The Global Water PL200-G Water Pressure Data Loggers make it easy to verify low water pressure complaints, locate water pressure spikes, and provide water distribution system modeling data.

Features

  • Standard 3/4" garden hose pressure connection
  • Records over 81,000 pressure readings
  • Fast 10X/second recording mode to catch spikes and dips
List Price $798.00
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Overview
The Global Water PL200-G Water Pressure Datalogger makes it easy to verify low water pressure complaints, locate water pressure spikes, and provide data for water distribution system modeling. With its standard ¾" garden hose connection and compact, water-resistant enclosure, users can use the PL200-G to record water pressure data just about anywhere.

Data Collection
The unit’s massive memory buffer will store over 81,000 readings, with user-defined intervals from 1 per second to more than 1 per year. The PL200-G’s fast, 10 water pressure samples per second sampling mode allows users to capture momentary pressure spikes and dips. Programmable start and stop alarm times can be initiated to synchronize multiple PL200-G’s to start at the same time, delay starting until a preset time, or limit the number of recordings during a day.

The unit operates on two standard 9 volt batteries, which is monitored, alerting users of low-battery. Data is stored in nonvolatile flash memory so your water pressure data will be safe.

Design
The PL200-G is equipped with a standard USB data port and includes our user friendly Global Logger II Windows software, which allows for easy setup, calibration, upload, and data transfer to a spreadsheet program on your laptop or desktop PC. The Global Logger II software also has online help files that are easily accessed using drop down menus and links.

Note: 64 bit operating systems are not currently supported.

  • PL200-G USB Garden Hose Data Logger
  • PL200-G Data Logger Manual
  • USB Cable, Type A to B
  • Global Logger II Interface Software
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