Seametrics LevelSCOUT 2X Water Level Loggers

The Seametrics LevelSCOUT 2X is a highly accurate water level and temperature sensor with integrated data logger and battery designed for unattended deployments.

Features

  • Increased memory to 100,000 records
  • Integrated SDI-12 or Modbus RTU RS485 output
  • 5-year battery life with user-replaceable batteries
$613.00
Stock 2AVAILABLE

Overview
The Seametrics LevelSCOUT 2X Smart Sensor is an integrated datalogger and level/temperature sensor and is ideal for site assessments, tidal studies, environmental monitoring, surface water discharge measurement, and aquifer level monitoring, as well as aquifer storage and recovery. This sensor networks with all of the Seametrics Smart Sensor family.

Data Storage
This industry standard digital RS485 interface device records up to 100,000 records of level, temperature, and time data, operates with low power, and features easy-to-use software with powerful features. Constructed with 316 stainless steel, acetal, and fluoropolymer, this sensor provides highaccuracy readings in rugged and corrosive field conditions. The LevelSCOUT 2X with Seametrics’ Aqua4Plus 2.0 software or a different software/logging equipment can be used to read measurements via RS485 and/or SDI-12.

Design
The LevelSCOUT 2X is an absolute sensor, requiring no vent tubes, desiccant, or bellows. It can be paired with a BaroSCOUT 2X barometric sensor and used with the Aqua4Plus 2.0 Barometric Compensation Utility to adjust the LevelSCOUT 2X readings for current atmospheric pressure. A replaceable 2/3 AA 3.6v lithium battery powers the LevelSCOUT 2X. The unit is programmed using our easy-to-use control software. Once programmed the unit will measure and collect data at the time interval set.

Questions & Answers
Are the LevelSCOUT batteries user replaceable?
Yes, the LevelSCOUT has a 2/3 AA 3.6v lithium battery that can be replaced by the end user. See the Accessories tab for current pricing on the battery replacement kit.
Can I use the Seametrics Smart Sensor USB Communications Kit (7A21851) to setup and read a cabled LevelSCOUT logger.
Yes. The Seametrics Smart Sensor USB Communications Kit can be used with the cabled configuration, as the cable terminates in a connector that is compatible with the USB communication kit.
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LevelSCOUT 2X water level & temperature logger with stainless steel housing & cableless top cap, 30 PSIA range
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LevelSCOUT 2X water level & temperature logger with stainless steel housing & cableless top cap, 50 PSIA range
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LevelSCOUT 2X water level & temperature logger with stainless steel housing & cableless top cap, 100 PSIA range
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LevelSCOUT 2X water level & temperature logger with stainless steel housing & cableless top cap, 300 PSIA range
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LevelSCOUT 2X water level & temperature logger with stainless steel housing & cabled connector termination, 30 PSIA range, requires cable
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LevelSCOUT 2X water level & temperature logger with stainless steel housing & cabled connector termination, 50 PSIA range, requires cable
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LevelSCOUT 2X water level & temperature logger with stainless steel housing & cabled connector termination, 100 PSIA range, requires cable
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LevelSCOUT 2X water level & temperature logger with stainless steel housing & cabled connector termination, 300 PSIA range, requires cable
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LevelSCOUT 2X water level & temperature logger with stainless steel housing & cabled bare wire termination, 30 PSIA range, requires cable
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LevelSCOUT 2X water level & temperature logger with stainless steel housing & cabled bare wire termination, 100 PSIA range, requires cable
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LevelSCOUT 2X water level & temperature logger with stainless steel housing & cabled bare wire termination, 300 PSIA range, requires cable
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