Global Water PL200-H Hydrant Water Pressure Logger

The Global Water PL200-H Hydrant Water Pressure Logger can be used to quickly identify and locate distribution pressure problems as well as a wealth of system modeling data.

Features

  • Versatile ez-connector adapts to most thread sizes
  • Records over 81,000 pressure readings
  • Fast 10X/second recording mode to catch spikes and dips
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Global Water PL200-H Hydrant Water Pressure LoggerFUA000 PL200-H hydrant water pressure logger
$659.00
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Global Water PL200-H Hydrant Water Pressure Logger FUB000 PL200-H hydrant water pressure logger, includes 2.5" NHT F-F adapter
$727.00
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Global Water PL200-H Hydrant Water Pressure Logger
FUA000
PL200-H hydrant water pressure logger
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$659.00
Global Water PL200-H Hydrant Water Pressure Logger
FUB000
PL200-H hydrant water pressure logger, includes 2.5" NHT F-F adapter
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$727.00
ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Global Water Hydrant Water Pressure Logger Lock FUC000 Hydrant water pressure logger lock
$175.00
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Global Water Hydrant Water Pressure Logger Adapter 01-826 Hydrant water pressure logger adapter, 2.5" NHT-F x 2.5" BSP-F
$82.00
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Global Water Hydrant Water Pressure Logger Spanner Wrench 01-827 Hydrant water pressure logger spanner wrench, 3.9" OD
$55.00
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Hydrant water pressure logger lock
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$175.00
Hydrant water pressure logger adapter, 2.5" NHT-F x 2.5" BSP-F
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$82.00
Hydrant water pressure logger spanner wrench, 3.9" OD
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$55.00

The Global Water PL200-H Hydrant Water Pressure Logger is an easy to use water pressure data logger that will assist you to quickly identify and locate distribution pressure problems as well as a wealth of system modeling data. The Hydrant Water Pressure Logger's ez-connect adapter system allows you to connect directly to a standard 2 ½ inch NST(NH) fire hydrant port, or easily adapt to other hose threads and special "city" threads. Designed to resemble a regular hydrant cap, the PL200-H is less likely to be stolen or vandalized by casual passers by.

The Hydrant Water Pressure Logger's massive memory buffer will store over 81,000 pressure readings with user-defined intervals from 1 per second to more than 1 per year. Plus, the logger's fast, 10 samples per second sampling mode can capture momentary events like pressure spikes and water hammer. (Note: Fast recording will reduce battery life.) Programmable start and stop alarm times makes it possible to synchronize multiple PL200-H-1 loggers to start simultaneously, delay start until a preset time, or limit the number of recordings during a given time period.

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