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Solinst LevelVent Wellhead

Solinst LevelVent Wellhead

Description

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

Features

  • Compatible with USB direct read cable adapter, DataGrabber, and Levelogger 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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$146.00
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What's Included:
  • (1) LevelVent Wellhead
  • (1) Locking well cap, 2"
  • (1) Cable hanger bracket
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Solinst LevelVent Wellhead 113768 LevelVent Wellhead, includes 2" locking well cap & hanger bracket
$146.00
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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.
$224.00
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Solinst Vented Cable Assemblies 112779 Vented cable assembly, 100 ft.
$324.00
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Solinst LevelVent Vented Water Level Loggers 113801 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 USB Direct Read Interface Cable 109609 USB direct read interface cable
$203.00
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Solinst DataGrabber Data Transfer Device 111939 DataGrabber data transfer device, includes 512MB USB flash drive
$194.00
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Solinst Levelogger App Interface 111348 Levelogger App Interface for real-time view and data upload
$348.00
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Solinst Levelogger 4" Well Cap Adapter 110235 4" well cap adapter
$21.00
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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
$39.00
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