Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies

These submersible cable assemblies are for direct communication with the LevelSCOUT without pulling the instrument from the well.

Features

  • Available in standard lengths of 25, 50, 75, 100, 200, and 500 ft.
  • Cables can be shortened by user if needed
  • Also compatible with BaroSCOUT barometric pressure logger
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Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies7A50520 LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 25 ft.
$176.00
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Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies 7A50521 LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 50 ft.
$207.00
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Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies 7A50522 LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 75 ft.
$260.00
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Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies 7A50523 LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 100 ft.
$313.00
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Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies 7A50524 LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 200 ft.
$525.00
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Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies 7A50525 LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 500 ft.
$1,162.00
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Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies 7A50630 LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 10m
$183.00
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Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies 7A50631 LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 30m
$308.00
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Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies 7A50632 LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 60m
$514.00
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Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies 7A50633 LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 100m
$791.00
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Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies 7A50634 LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 150m
$1,135.00
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Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies 7A50635 LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 200m
$1,480.00
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Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies
7A50520
LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 25 ft.
Drop ships from manufacturer
$176.00
Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies
7A50521
LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 50 ft.
Drop ships from manufacturer
$207.00
Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies
7A50522
LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 75 ft.
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$260.00
Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies
7A50523
LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 100 ft.
Drop ships from manufacturer
$313.00
Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies
7A50524
LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 200 ft.
Drop ships from manufacturer
$525.00
Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies
7A50525
LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 500 ft.
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$1,162.00
Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies
7A50630
LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 10m
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$183.00
Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies
7A50631
LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 30m
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$308.00
Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies
7A50632
LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 60m
Drop ships from manufacturer
$514.00
Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies
7A50633
LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 100m
Drop ships from manufacturer
$791.00
Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies
7A50634
LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 150m
Drop ships from manufacturer
$1,135.00
Seametrics LevelSCOUT Cable Assemblies
7A50635
LevelSCOUT submersible cable assembly, 200m
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$1,480.00
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Seametrics Smart Sensor USB Communications Kit 7A21851 Smart sensor USB communications kit, includes Aqua4Plus software
$328.00
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Smart sensor USB communications kit, includes Aqua4Plus software
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$328.00
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