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.


  • Versatile ez-connector adapts to most thread sizes
  • Records over 81,000 pressure readings
  • Fast 10X/second recording mode to catch spikes and dips
List Price $840.00
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The Global Water PL200-H Hydrant Water Pressure Logger is an easy-to-use water pressure data logger that allows users 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 users 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 passersby.

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 make 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.

Questions & Answers
What is the standard connection type for the Global Water PL200-H hydrant pressure logger?
The standard pressure connection on the PL200-H is 2½" BSPP (British Standard Pipe Parallel) threads. The option with the EZ-adapter allows for connection to a 2½ ” NHT (National Hose Thread).
Does this logger come with a padlock or locking mechanism?
No. However, the PL200-H-LK hydrant logger lock can be purchased through the Accessories tab. A padlock is not included with either item and will need to be purchased separately.
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