Solinst Barologger 5 Barometric Pressure Logger

The Solinst Barologger 5 uses pressure algorithms based on air rather than water pressure to provide accuracy for barometric pressure compensation of Levelogger data.

Features

  • Single-eye optical interface for easy cleaning and scratch-resistance
  • Increased memory: 150,000 sets of data
  • Data Compensation Wizard in the Levelogger Software simplifies barometric compensation
List Price $384.00
$364.80
Stock 9AVAILABLE

Overview
The Solinst Barologger 5 is used to measure absolute pressure (water pressure + atmospheric pressure) expressed in feet, meters, centimeters, psi, kPa, or bar. The most accurate method of obtaining changes in water level is to compensate for atmospheric pressure fluctuations using a Barologger 5, avoiding time lag in the compensation.

Superior Accuracy
The Barologger 5 is set above high water level in one location on site. One Barologger can be used to compensate all Leveloggers in a 30 km (20 mile) radius and/or with every 300 m (1000 ft.) change in elevation. The Levelogger Software Data Compensation Wizard automatically produces compensated data files using the synchronized data files from the Barologger and Leveloggers on site. The Barologger 5 uses pressure algorithms based on air rather than water pressure, giving superior accuracy. The recorded barometric information can also be very useful to help determine barometric lag and/or barometric efficiency of the monitored aquifer.

Automatically Adjusts Measurements
The Barologger 5 records atmospheric pressure in psi, kPa, or mbar. When compensating submerged Levelogger 5, Edge, Gold or Junior data, Levelogger Software can recognize the type of Levelogger and compensate using the same units found in the submerged data file (e.g. feet or meters), making the Barologger 5 backward-compatible.

Questions & Answers
Can the Barologger be deployed in shallow water to measure water levels?
The Barologger 5 uses pressure algorithms based on air rather than water pressure, and it only records in psi, kPa, or mbar; therefore, it is not recommended to use the Barologger 5 for water level measurements.
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