Solinst LevelVent 5 Wellhead

The LevelVent 5 Wellhead is used with the LevelVent 5 water level loggers to automatically compensate for barometric pressure changes.


  • Compatible with USB direct read interface cable, DataGrabber 5, and Levelogger 5 App Interface
  • IP64 rating protects against dust and splashes
  • Built-in hydrophobic filters and desiccants - no need to replace, reduces maintenance
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  • (1) LevelVent Wellhead
  • (1) Locking well cap, 2"
  • (1) Cable hanger bracket
Questions & Answers
Which type of pressure transducer is best for monitoring water level in a well, vented or non-vented?
There are two types of pressure sensors that are typically used in monitoring wells. These are absolute and gauged pressure, or PSIA and PSIG. Absolute pressure is measured by non-vented sensors and gauged pressure is measured by vented sensors. As such, the non-vented, PSIA sensors will need to be compensated for barometric pressure changes using an external device, where PSIG sensors will vent to the atmosphere to compensate. 
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