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
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Solinst Levelogger Junior Edge Water Level Logger110241 Levelogger Junior Edge water level & temperature logger, 5m range
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200' Wireline Suspension Cable Assembly
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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

Questions & Answers
Is a data logger required for the Junior Edge?

No, the instrument features an integrated data logger to record and store water level data internally.

How do these sensors read water level?

Leveloggers calculate and output water level readings by measuring total (water and air) pressure. A Barologger should be deployed in air alongside the Levelogger for barometric compensation, which is performed using the Levelogger Software Data Wizard.

Does the Levelogger Edge Junior offer multiple sampling options?

No, logging rates for the Solinst Levelogger Edge Junior are linear at a user defined interval between 0.5 seconds and 99 hours. The Edge Junior also has real time view, which provides on-screen measurement as the data is being recorded, but it does not offer variable sampling periods. For more sampling options, the Solinst Levelogger Edge offers more functionality.

What if I forget to save my data when restarting the levelogger?

All Levelogger Series dataloggers feature a Data Recovery option that can be used to restore the most recent data log.

Why does the data look different than the data from a Levelogger Junior?

The Solinst Levelogger Edge and Junior Edge do not have a zero point offset. They will measure the same amount of pressure, but without converting the readings based on a zero point..

How can I communicate with this Levelogger?

All Levelogger Series offer USB and RS-232 adapters to communicate with a Leveloader or PC. An SDI-12 adapter is available for interfacing with a 3rd party data logger or telemetry system.

Can this logger be used in saltwater?

Yes, the Solinst Levelogger Junior Edge can be used in saltwater, though it is not recommended. Over time, saline or brackish water can corrode or pit the stainless steel housing. Solinst suggests using the Levelogger Edge instead due to its corrosion-resistant Titanium PVC coating.

By range, do you mean range in levels/pressures that are measurable, or the max pressure/depth (below a water level) that the device can be installed at?

The range is listed as the depth of submergence below water level that the pressure sensor can withstand. The sensor can be damaged if the logger is over-pressurized by submergence at depth greater than the listed range. The Levelogger Junior Edge is warranted by Solinst to 200% FS pressure, but accuracy and held calibration are not guaranteed.

Is the 5m range any more or less accurate than the 10m range Junior Edge?

The 5m range levelogger will more accurate than the 10m range. These instruments are accurate within 0.1% full scale (FS) (max depth range). The larger the scale/range, the less accurate the logger will be due to the greater percentage of error, but the higher pressure it can withstand.

What are the time limits on those sensors recording during dry conditions in a well, and how bad is it for them if they do go dry while in record mode?

The Solinst Junior Edge Leveloggers can be exposed to air while recording without an issue. They will simply measure barometric pressure instead of water level, which should come out at or near zero once you compensate for barometric pressure in post-processing. There is no time limit – you just want to be sure to offload the data before the memory fills up.

Please, mind that only logged in users can submit questions

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