Solinst Levelogger 5 Water Level Loggers

The Levelogger 5 records highly accurate groundwater and surface water level and temperature measurements.

Features

  • Single-eye optical interface - easier to clean, more scratch-resistant
  • Increased memory: 150,000 sets of data
  • Double o-ring seals for increased leakage protection
List Price $657.00
Starting At $624.15
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Multiparameter Testing
The Solinst Levelogger 5 combines a pressure sensor, temperature detector, 10-year lithium battery, and datalogger, sealed within a 22mm x 160mm (7/8" x 6.3") stainless steel housing with a corrosion-resistant coating baked-on using polymerization technology.

Hastelloy Pressure Sensor
The Levelogger 5 measures absolute pressure using a Hastelloy pressure sensor and offers high resolution and an accuracy of 0.05% FS. Readings are stable in extreme pressure and temperature conditions. The Hastelloy sensor can withstand 2 times over-pressure without permanent damage. Combined with the durable coating inside and out, the Levelogger 5 has high corrosion and abrasion resistance in harsh environments.

Protective Design
The logger uses a Faraday cage design, which protects against power surges or electrical spikes caused by lightning. Its durable maintenance-free design, high accuracy and stability, make the Levelogger 5 the most reliable instrument for long-term, continuous water level recording.

Level Sensor: Piezoresistive Silicon with Hastelloy Sensor
Accuracy: ± 0.05% FS (Barologger 5: ± 0.05 kPa)
Stability of Readings: Superior, low noise
Resolution: 0.002% FS to 0.0006% FS
Units of Measure: m, cm, ft., psi, kPa, bar, ºC. ºF (Barologger 5: psi, kPa, mbar, ºC, ºF)
Normalization: Automatic Temperature Compensation
Temp. Comp. Range: 0º to 50ºC (Barologger 5: -10 to +50ºC)

Temperature Sensor: Platinum Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD)
Temp. Sensor Accuracy: ± 0.05ºC
Temp. Sensor Resolution: 0.003°C

Battery Life: 10 Years – based on 1 reading/minute
Clock Accuracy (typical): ± 1 minute/year (-20ºC to 80ºC)
Operating Temperature: -20ºC to 80ºC
Maximum # Readings: 150,000 sets of readings
Memory Mode: Slate and Continuous
Communication: Optical high-speed: USB, SDI-12 57,600 bps with USB
Size: 22 mm x 160 mm (7/8" x 6.3")
Weight: 166 grams (5.9 oz)
Corrosion Resistance: Baked-on coating using polymerization technology (inside and out)
Other Wetted Materials: Delrin®, Viton®, 316L stainless steel, Hastelloy, PFAS-free PTFE 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 5 in local area (approx. 30 km/20 miles radius)

Questions & Answers
What is the warranty period for the Levelogger?

Most standard products from Solinst carry a 3-year warranty, stating that items should be free of workmanship and material defects. There are some additional conditions that are outlined in Solinst' warranty statement found here: https://solinst.com/about/warranty.php 

Can the Levelogger be used in saltwater 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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