Heron dipperLog 64 Water Level Logger

The dipperLog 64 is a highly accurate groundwater data logger used by hydrogeologists, hydrologists, environmental technicians, water well contractors and other groundwater professionals.

Features

  • Built-in battery & data logger with 64,000 data set memory
  • Barometric pressure can be compensated using barLog
  • Easy-to-use software for deployment, data upload & data management
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Heron dipperLog 64 Water Level Logger5401-64 dipperLog 64 water level & temperature logger, 30 ft/10m range
$499.00
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Heron dipperLog 64 Water Level Logger 5402-64 dipperLog 64 water level & temperature logger, 100 ft/30m range
$499.00
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Heron dipperLog 64 Water Level Logger 5403-64 dipperLog 64 water level & temperature logger, 200 ft/60m range
$499.00
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Heron dipperLog 64 Water Level Logger 5404-64 dipperLog 64 water level & temperature logger, 400 ft/120m range
$499.00
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Heron dipperLog USB Communication Cable 5009 USB communication cable
$99.00
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Heron barLog Barometric Pressure Logger 5116 barLog barometric pressure logger
$379.00
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Heron dipperLog Direct Read Cables 5110 dipperLog direct read cable with well head, 5 ft
$101.00
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Heron dipperLog Direct Read Cables 5111 dipperLog direct read cable with well head, 15 ft
$110.00
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Heron dipperLog Direct Read Cables 5112 dipperLog direct read cable with well head, 50 ft
$145.00
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Heron dipperLog Direct Read Cables 5113 dipperLog direct read cable with well head, 100 ft
$195.00
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Heron dipperLog Direct Read Cables 5114 dipperLog direct read cable with well head, 150 ft
$245.00
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Heron dipperLog Direct Read Cables 5115 dipperLog direct read cable with well head, 200 ft
$295.00
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Heron dipperLog Direct Read Cables 5117 dipperLog direct read cable with well head, 250 ft
$345.00
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Heron dipperLog Direct Read Cables 5118 dipperLog direct read cable with well head, 300 ft
$395.00
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Heron dipperLog Well Head Mounting Kit 5023 dipperLog well head mounting kit
$19.00
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Heron dipperLog Reels 5012 Regular reel for dipperLog water level loggers, <500 ft
$319.00
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Heron dipperLog Reels 5013 Large reel for dipperLog water level loggers, >500 ft
$399.00
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Heron dipperLog SDI-12 Interface Cable 5021 SDI-12 interface cable, 30 ft/10m
$199.00
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Heron dipperLog showNtell Handheld Display 5018 showNtell handheld display
$270.00
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Heron dipperLog tapNtell Surface Mount Display 5020 tapNtell surface mount display
$290.00
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Heron Locking Well Plug 5006 Locking well plug, 2"
$25.00
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Heron Vented Locking Well Cap 5007 Vented locking well cap, 2"
$25.00
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The dipperLog 64 is a highly accurate groundwater data logger used by hydrogeologists, hydrologists, environmental technicians, water well contractors and other groundwater professionals. The dipperLog 64 is a reliable and cost effective solution to long and short term monitoring of groundwater levels and temperature in wells, boreholes and open bodies of water.

The dedicated, intuitive software makes the dipperLog quick and easy to program and launch. Simply recover your data, save your findings in a tabular display and graph, view both parameters side by side in a split screen.

The Heron Instruments barLog, barometric logger is used to automatically compensate readings stored on the dipperLog for changes in barometric pressure. The barLog, with readings every 1 hour and a memory capacity of 32,000 data points, is recommended for long term monitoring or where more than one logger is deployed withing in a 5 km radius.

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