Heron dipperLog VENTED+ Water Level Logger

The dipperLog VENTED is a low-cost water level logger for continuously monitoring water levels and temperature in wells, boreholes and open bodies of water.

Features

  • Automatic barometric pressure compensation using vented cable
  • Easy-to-use software for deployment, data upload & data management
  • Vented cable is removable for easy field replacement
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Heron dipperLog VENTED+ Water Level Logger54VEN-B dipperLog VENTED+ water level & temperature logger with well head & mounting kit, 30 ft/10m range (requires vented cable)
$652.00
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Heron dipperLog VENTED+ Water Level Logger 54VEN-C dipperLog VENTED+ water level & temperature logger with well head & mounting kit, 100 ft/30m range (requires vented cable)
$652.00
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Heron dipperLog VENTED+ Water Level Logger 54VEN-D dipperLog VENTED+ water level & temperature logger with well head & mounting kit, 200 ft/60m range (requires vented cable)
$652.00
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Heron dipperLog VENTED+ Water Level Logger 54VEN-E dipperLog VENTED+ water level & temperature logger with well head & mounting kit, 400 ft/120m range (requires vented cable)
$652.00
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Heron dipperLog VENTED+ Water Level Logger
54VEN-B
dipperLog VENTED+ water level & temperature logger with well head & mounting kit, 30 ft/10m range (requires vented cable)
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$652.00
Heron dipperLog VENTED+ Water Level Logger
54VEN-C
dipperLog VENTED+ water level & temperature logger with well head & mounting kit, 100 ft/30m range (requires vented cable)
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$652.00
Heron dipperLog VENTED+ Water Level Logger
54VEN-D
dipperLog VENTED+ water level & temperature logger with well head & mounting kit, 200 ft/60m range (requires vented cable)
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$652.00
Heron dipperLog VENTED+ Water Level Logger
54VEN-E
dipperLog VENTED+ water level & temperature logger with well head & mounting kit, 400 ft/120m range (requires vented cable)
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$652.00
ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Heron dipperLog USB Communication Cable 5009 USB communication cable
$85.00
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Heron Vented Cable 5032F Vented cable, priced per foot
$2.00
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Heron Vented Cable 5032M Vented cable, priced per meter
$6.00
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Heron Lockable Well Cap 5007 Lockable well cap, 2"
$38.00
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Heron dipperLog SDI-12 Interface Cable 5021 SDI-12 interface cable, 30 ft/10m
$205.00
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Heron dipperLog tapNtell Surface Mount Display 5020 tapNtell surface mount display
$299.00
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USB communication cable
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$85.00
Heron Vented Cable
5032F
Vented cable, priced per foot
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$2.00
Heron Vented Cable
5032M
Vented cable, priced per meter
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$6.00
Lockable well cap, 2"
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$38.00
SDI-12 interface cable, 30 ft/10m
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$205.00
tapNtell surface mount display
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$299.00

The dipperLog VENTED is a reliable, cost effective solution for measuring groundwater levels and temperature in wells, boreholes and open bodies of water. The dipperLog VENTED, incorporates a gauged transducer that measures pressure exempt from barometric influences which is ideal to use in both long and short term monitoring.

The vented data logger is now removable from the vent cable allowing for easy field replacement and other deployment applications.

The new Vent Cap Adaptor, especially designed for shallow applications, allows for a true collection of water level measurements without performing barometric compensation. By utilizing the Vent Cap Adaptor, a dipperLog VENTED can be deployed in wetlands or overflow ditches without a vent cable. This cap is specifically designed to allow the barometric pressure to be measured accurately when the cap is exposed while sealing the logger from water intrusion when the cap becomes submerged.

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