Onset HOBO U20L Water Level Loggers

The Onset HOBO U20L is a low-cost, research-grade water level data logger for continuously measuring water levels and temperature in various underwater environments.

Features

  • Available in 4 depth ranges
  • No-vent-tube design for easy and reliable deployment
  • Durable ceramic pressure sensor withstands freezing
Starting At $330.00
Stock 5AVAILABLE

Overview
The Onset HOBO U20L features 0.1% measurement accuracy, a polypropylene housing for fresh and saltwater use, and a non-vented design for convenient and hassle-free deployment.

Post-Purchase Add-ons
The Onset HOBO U20L data logger requires either the U-DTW-1 Waterproof Shuttle or the Base-U-4 Base Station for configuration and data offload, HOBOware software (free download).
*NOTE: HOBOware Pro is required when using the U-DTW-1 Waterproof Shuttle.

Applications

  • Freshwater
  • Saltwater
  • Including wells
  • Streams
  • Lakes
  • Wetlands
  • Tidal areas
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