Solinst Model 101 P7 Probe Water Level Meters

The Solinst Model 101 P7 measures depth in wells, boreholes, standpipes and tanks using a pressure-proof probe.

Features

  • Probe is submersible to 1000 ft. for measuring total well depth
  • Non-stretch PVDF well tape with stainless steel conductors
  • Permanent laser markings every 1/100 ft. or each millimeter
List Price $571.00
Starting At $542.45
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Solinst Model 101 P7 Probe Water Level Meters

Overview
The Model 101 P7 Probe Water Level Meters are the industry standard for portable hand-operated meters to measure the depth of water in wells, boreholes, standpipes, and tanks. They are sturdy, easy to use, and read accurately up to 1/100 ft. or each millimeter. The Model 101 P7 Water Level Meter features a pressure-proof probe rated at 500 psi and laser-marked PVDF tape. The P7 Probe is submersible up to 1000 ft. (300 m), ideal for measuring total well depth. The sensor at the tip of the probe provides consistent measurements with almost zero displacements. The tape seal plug design allows the probe to be quickly and easily replaced if required.

Durability
The Model 101 P7 Probe Water Level Meter uses extremely durable PVDF flat tape, traceable to NIST and EU measurement standards. Each tape conductor contains 13 strands of stainless steel, and 6 strands of copper-coated steel, making the tape non-stretch and high in tensile strength and electrical efficiency. The well tape has a thick dog bone design that prevents adherence to wet surfaces and allows it to hang straight in application settings. The tape is also easy to splice. The 3/8" (10 mm) well tapes come with permanent laser markings every 1/100 ft. or each millimeter.

  • (1) Solinst Model 101 P7 Probe Water Level Meter
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Questions & Answers
How is the water level meter powered?

The Model 101 P7 Probe Water Level Meter is powered by a standard 9V alkaline battery.

Do I need a case for the water level meter?

Although the Model 101 probe water level meter features a convenient carrying handle and sturdy probe holder, small and medium padded nylon carrying cases are available. The carrying cases feature a convenient shoulder strap, zippered front pocker, zippered top, and a grommet in the base to prevent moisture build-up.

What size case do I need?

If your water level meter has a 50-300 ft (15m-100m) tape, you will need the small carrying case. The medium carrying case fits water level meter reels with table lengths from 500 ft-1000 ft (150m-300m)

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