Solinst Barologger Edge Barometric Pressure Logger

The most accurate method of obtaining changes in water level is to compensate for atmospheric pressure fluctuations using a Solinst Barologger Edge.

Features

  • The Solinst Barologger Edge uses algorithms based on air rather than water pressure, which gives superior accuracy
  • Data Compensation Wizard in the Levelogger software greatly simplifies the barometric adjustment
  • Overall results give reliable, highly accurate water level data
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Solinst Barologger Edge Barometric Pressure Logger110179 Barologger Edge pressure & temperature logger, air only
$303.05
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Solinst Barologger Edge Barometric Pressure Logger
110179
Barologger Edge pressure & temperature logger, air only
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$303.05
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$190.00
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$128.00
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Threaded direct read to optical adapter
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$61.00
SDI-12 interface cable
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$293.00
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Direct read cable assembly, 5'
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The most accurate method of obtaining changes in water level is to compensate for atmospheric pressure fluctuations using a Solinst Barologger Edge. This avoids any time lag in the compensation calculation and any errors introduced due to moisture buildup, kinking or damage to vented cable. The Solinst Barologger Edge uses algorithms based on air rather than water pressure, which gives superior accuracy. The recorded barometric information can also be very useful to help determine barometric lag and/or barometric efficiency of the monitored aquifer.

The Data Compensation Wizard in the Levelogger software greatly simplifies the barometric adjustment of the water level measurements by using the synchronized data from one on-site Solinst Barologger Edge with all the Leveloggers. The overall results give more reliable, highly accurate level data than that obtained when using vented cable.
  • Level Sensor: Piezoresistive Silicon with Hastelloy Sensor
  • Accuracy: ± 0.05% FS (Barologger Edge: ± 0.05 kPa)
  • Stability of Readings: Superior, low noise
  • Units of Measure: psi, kPa, mBar, ºC, ºF
  • Resolution: 24 Bit Resolution
  • Normalization: Automatic Temperature Compensation
  • Temp. Comp. Range: -10 to +50ºC
  • Temperature Sensor: Platinum Resistance Temperature Detector
  • Temp. Sensor Accuracy: ± 0.05ºC
  • Temp. Sensor Resolution: 0.003°C
  • Battery Life: 10 Years - based on 1 reading/minute
  • Clock Accuracy: ± 1 minute/year (-20ºC to 80ºC)
  • Operating Temperature: -20ºC to 80ºC
  • Maximum # Readings: 40,000 readings FRAM memory, or up to
  • 120,000 using linear data compression
  • Memory: Slate and Continuous
  • Communication: Optical Infrared Interface. Conversion to RS-232, USB, SDI-12. Serial at 19,200
    bps, 38,400 bps with USB
  • Size: 7/8" x 6.25" (22 mm x 159 mm)
  • Weight: 4.6 oz. (129 grams)
  • Corrosion Resistance: Titanium based PVD coating
  • Other Wetted Materials: Delrin, Viton, 316L stainless steel,
  • Hastelloy, Titanium based PVD coating
  • Sampling Modes: Linear, Event & User-Selectable with Repeat Mode, Future Start, Future Stop, Real-Time View
  • Measurement Rates: 1/8 sec to 99 hrs
  • Barometric Compensation:Software Wizard and one Barologger inlocal area (approx. 20 miles/30 km radius)
  • (1) Solinst Barologger Edge
Questions & Answers
How many data sets can the Barologger Edge store?

The Barologger Edge can store 40,000 sets of readings in standard linear mode, or up to 120,000 sets using the compression algorithm.

What sensors does this data logger use?

The Barologger Edge utilizes a piezoresistive silicon level sensor and and a platinum resistance temperature detector.

What is the warranty on the Barologger and Levelogger Edge?

The Solinst Barologger Edge and Levelogger Edge each have a three year limited warranty through Solinst.

Please, mind that only logged in users can submit questions

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