Solinst LevelVent Vented Water Level Loggers

The LevelVent provides instantly accurate water level data without the need for barometric compensation, making the data 2x more accurate than the Levelogger water level loggers.

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 $584.00
Your Price $554.80
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Solinst LevelVent Vented Water Level Loggers113801 LevelVent water level & temperature logger, 5m range (cable & wellhead sold separately)
$554.80
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Solinst LevelVent Vented Water Level Loggers 113973 LevelVent water level & temperature logger, 10m range (cable & wellhead sold separately)
$554.80
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Solinst LevelVent Vented Water Level Loggers 113977 LevelVent water level & temperature logger, 20m range (cable & wellhead sold separately)
$554.80
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Solinst Vented Cable Assemblies 112769 Vented cable assembly, 5 ft.
$134.00
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Solinst Vented Cable Assemblies 112771 Vented cable assembly, 15 ft.
$154.00
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Solinst Vented Cable Assemblies 112773 Vented cable assembly, 25 ft.
$174.00
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Solinst Vented Cable Assemblies 111014 Vented cable assembly, 50 ft.
$223.00
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Solinst Vented Cable Assemblies 112779 Vented cable assembly, 100 ft.
$323.00
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Solinst LevelVent Wellhead 113768 LevelVent Wellhead, includes 2" locking well cap & hanger bracket
$159.00
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Solinst USB Direct Read Interface Cable 109609 USB direct read interface cable
$177.00
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Solinst DataGrabber Data Transfer Device 111939 DataGrabber data transfer device, includes 512MB USB flash drive
$211.00
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Solinst Levelogger App Interface 111348 Levelogger App Interface for real-time view and data upload
$347.00
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Solinst Levelogger 4" Well Cap Adapter 110235 4" well cap adapter
$23.00
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Solinst Biofoul Screen 110659 Biofoul screen
$73.00
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Solinst Vented Cable Blowout Fitting 112649 Vented cable blowout fitting
$38.00
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The Solinst LevelVent is a vented version of the popular Levelogger. The highly-accurate datalogger is designed to record water level and temperature measurements during shallow groundwater and surface water deployments. The LevelVent logger contains pressure and temperature sensors, a battery, FRAM memory for up to 120,000 data logs, and hydrophobic filter within a 7/8" x 7"(22 mm x 178 mm) stainless steel housing. 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 logger are protected from moisture by permanent, built-in desiccants and hydrophobic filters in the logger and the wellhead. 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% full scale, and can withstand 2 times over-pressure without permanent damage.

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