Solinst LevelVent 5 Water Level Loggers

The Solinst LevelVent 5 provides instantly accurate water level data without barometric compensation.

Features

  • Accurate to +/-0.05% full scale water level data
  • 10-year integrated battery based on 1 reading per minute
  • Extremely durable vented cable with no desiccants to replace
List Price $617.00
Starting At $586.15
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Overview
The Solinst LevelVent 5 provides a highly-accurate datalogger designed to record water level and temperature measurements during shallow groundwater and surface water deployments. The LevelVent 5 logger contains pressure and temperature sensors, a battery, memory for up to 150,000 data logs, and a hydrophobic filter within a 22mm x 173mm (7/8" x 6.8") stainless steel housing with a corrosion-resistant coating.

Sturdy
The LevelVent uses a gauged pressure transducer; it is open to the atmosphere via a vented cable to the wellhead. The compact LevelVent wellhead is designed to fit in a Solinst 2" Well Cap Assembly and provides easy connection for communication accessories. The vented cable and Solinst LevelVent 5 logger are protected from moisture by permanent, built-in desiccants and hydrophobic filters in the logger and the wellhead.

Highly Accurate
The vented pressure transducer is made of Hastelloy, making it extremely durable and accurate in a wide range of temperature and monitoring conditions. The sensor provides an accuracy of 0.05% FS, and can withstand 2 times over-pressure without permanent damage.

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LevelVent 5 water level & temperature logger, 5m range (cable & wellhead sold separately)
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LevelVent 5 water level & temperature logger, 10m range (cable & wellhead sold separately)
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LevelVent 5 water level & temperature logger, 20m range (cable & wellhead sold separately)
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