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Levelogger Junior Edge Logger Rental

Levelogger Junior Edge Logger Rental

Description

Water Level & Temperature Logger

Features

  • Water level accuracy of 0.1% full scale
  • Log up to 40,000 level & temperature readings
  • Waterproof stainless steel housing
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$8.00
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The Levelogger Junior Edge is ideal for long-term groundwater monitoring, aquifer testing, and water level gaging stations.
What's Included:
  • (1) Levelogger Junior Edge, 10m range
  • (1) Standard USB communication package
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Levelogger Junior Edge Logger Rental LLJRE-D Rental of Solinst Levelogger Junior Edge water level & temperature logger with 10m range, priced per day
$8.00
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Levelogger Junior Edge Logger Rental LLJRE-2D Rental of Solinst Levelogger Junior Edge water level & temperature logger with 10m range, priced per 2-day period
$13.00
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Levelogger Junior Edge Logger Rental LLJRE-W Rental of Solinst Levelogger Junior Edge water level & temperature logger with 10m range, priced per week
$22.00
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Levelogger Junior Edge Logger Rental LLJRE-2W Rental of Solinst Levelogger Junior Edge water level & temperature logger with 10m range, priced per 2-week period
$33.00
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Levelogger Junior Edge Logger Rental LLJRE-M Rental of Solinst Levelogger Junior Edge water level & temperature logger with 10m range, priced per month
$48.00
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