Solinst Levelogger Junior Edge Water Level Logger

The Solinst Levelogger Junior Edge provides an inexpensive alternative for measuring groundwater and surface water levels and temperature.

Features

  • Maintenance-free, water-tight design with direct or optical data upload
  • Increased memory of up to 40,000 readings of level and temperature
  • Compatible with Levelogger Series Software & accessories
List Price $417.00
Your Price $396.15
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Solinst Levelogger Junior Edge Water Level Logger110241 Levelogger Junior Edge water level & temperature logger, 5m range
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Solinst Levelogger Junior Edge Water Level Logger 110242 Levelogger Junior Edge water level & temperature logger, 10m range
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The Solinst Levelogger Junior Edge provides an inexpensive alternative for measuring groundwater and surface water levels and temperature. The Levelogger Junior Edge combines pressure and temperature sensors, a data logger, and 5-year battery in a compact 7/8" x 5.6" (22 mm x 142 mm) stainless steel housing.


The Solinst Levelogger Junior Edge records absolute pressure using the same durable Hastelloy pressure sensor as the Levelogger Edge, offering excellent performance in harsh environments with better temperature compensation and thermal response time. The unit can also withstand 2 times overpressure without permanent damage.

The Levelogger Junior Edge features FRAM memory, with an increased capacity of 40,000 sets of temperature and water level data points. Readings are linear at a user-defined interval between 0.5 second to 99 hours. Accuracy is 0.1% Full Scale, with 20 bit resolution and lifetime factory calibration.

Level Sensor: Piezoresistive Silicon with Hastelloy Sensor
Level Ranges: F15/M5, F30/M10
Level Accuracy (typical): 0.1% FS
Units of Measure: cm, m, ft, psi, kPa, mBar, ºC, ºF
Resolution: 20 Bit Resolution
Normalization: Automatic Temp Compensation
Temperature Compensation Range: 0ºC to 40ºC
Temperature Sensor: Platinum RTD
Temperature Accuracy: ± 0.1ºC
Temperature Resolution: 0.1ºC
Battery Life:
5 Years
Operating Temperature: - 20ºC to 80ºC
Clock Accuracy: ± 1 minute/year (- 20ºC to 80ºC)
Memory: FRAM
Maximum Readings: 40,000 sets of readings
Communication: Optical Infrared to USB, RS232, or SDI-12
Size: 7/8" x 5.6" (22 mm x 142 mm)
Weight: 4.2 oz. (119 grams)
Wetted Materials: 316 Stainless Steel, Delrin®, Viton®, Hastelloy
Sampling Mode: Linear and Real Time View
Measurement Rates: 0.5 sec to 99 hours
Barometric Compensation: Software Wizard and Barologger Edge

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