Solinst Levelogger 5 Junior Water Level Loggers

The Solinst Levelogger 5 Junior is a low-cost device that continuously measures water level and temperature in both ground and surface water environments.

Features

  • Maintenance-free, water-tight design with direct or optical data upload
  • Increased memory of up to 75,000 readings of level and temperature
  • Compatible with Levelogger Series Software & accessories
List Price $459.00
Starting At $436.05
Stock 1AVAILABLE

Overview
The Solinst Levelogger 5 Junior provides an inexpensive alternative for measuring groundwater and surface water levels and temperature. The Levelogger 5 Junior combines a pressure sensor, temperature detector, a datalogger, and 5-year battery (based on a 1-minute sampling rate) in one compact 22mm x 160mm (7/8" x 6.3") stainless steel housing.

Durable
The Levelogger 5 Junior records absolute pressure using the same durable Hastelloy pressure sensor as the Levelogger 5. The Hastelloy sensor performs well in harsh environments and can withstand 2 times overpressure without permanent damage.

Data Storage
The Levelogger 5 Junior features a memory with a capacity of 75,000 sets of temperature and water level data points. Readings are linear at a user-defined interval between 0.5 seconds to 99 hours. Accuracy is 0.1% FS with lifetime factory calibration. Real Time View option allows immediate viewing of live water level and temperature readings, independent of scheduled programming intervals.

Level Sensor: Piezoresistive Silicon with Hastelloy Sensor
Ranges: 5,10 m
Accuracy: ± 0.1% FS
Resolution: 0.02% FS to 0.01% FS
Units of Measure: cm, m, ft, psi, kPa, bar, (ºC, ºF)
Normalization: Automatic Temp Compensation
Temp Comp. Range: 0ºC to 40ºC

Temperature Sensor
: Platinum Resistance Temperature Detector
Accuracy: ± 0.1ºC
Resolution: 0.1ºC

Battery Life: 5 Years (based on 1 reading/minute)
Operating Temperature: - 20ºC to 80ºC
Clock Accuracy (typical): ± 1 minute/year (- 20ºC to 80ºC)
Memory Modes: Continuous or Slate
Maximum Readings: 75,000 sets of readings
Communication: Optical high-speed: 57,600 bps with USB
Size: 22 mm x 160 mm (7/8" x 6.3")
Weight: 166 grams (5.6 oz)
Wetted Materials: 316L Stainless Steel, Delrin®, Viton®, Hastelloy
Sampling Mode: Linear, Real Time View, Future Start
Measurement Rates: 0.5 sec to 99 hours
Barometric Compensation: Data Wizard and Barologger 5

Questions & Answers
Can Leveloggers be used in saltwater or brackish environments?

Yes. Leveloggers have a corrosion-resistant coating. In harsher environments Solinst recommends taking additional steps to protect the logger. More information can be found in the user guide, page 76.

Can the Levelogger be connected to an external data logger?

Yes, the Levelogger can be integrated with an external data logger via SDI-12 output through the use of a direct read cable and SDI-12 interface cable (PN# 115133). Please see the Accessories tab for pricing on these options.

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