Heron dipperLog Reels

Heron dipperLog reels are a portable solution that are ideal for short-term slug and pump testing.

Features

  • Easy portability from well to well for short term monitoring or pump testing
  • Downloading and re-programming can be done without removing the logger from the well
  • Real time readings are available with this option
Your Price $319.00
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Heron dipperLog Reels5012 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 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 32 Water Level Logger 5402-32 dipperLog 32 water level & temperature logger, 100 ft/30m range
$379.00
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Heron dipperLog 64 Water Level Logger 5401-64 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 TOUGH Water Level Logger 5401-Ti dipperLog TOUGH water level & temperature logger, 30 ft/10m range
$599.00
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Heron dipperLog TOUGH Water Level Logger 5402-Ti dipperLog TOUGH water level & temperature logger, 100 ft/30m range
$599.00
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Heron dipperLog TOUGH Water Level Logger 5403-Ti dipperLog TOUGH water level & temperature logger, 200 ft/60m range
$599.00
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Heron dipperLog TOUGH Water Level Logger 5404-Ti dipperLog TOUGH water level & temperature logger, 400 ft/120m range
$599.00
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