Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters

The 101D Water Level DrawDown Meter has all of the same qualities as the well-known 101 P7 Water Level Meter, with the added feature of a drawdown mode.

Features

  • Both static water level and drawdown modes in one meter
  • One convenient toggle makes it easy to switch between two functions
  • Uses the same robust, submersible probe as the 101 P7 Water Level Meter
List Price $578.00
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Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters114115 Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & imperial increments, 100'
$549.10
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Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters 114121 Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & metric increments, 30m
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Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters 114116 Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & imperial increments, 200'
$720.10
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Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters 114122 Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & metric increments, 60m
$720.10
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Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters 114117 Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & imperial increments, 300'
$891.10
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Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters 114123 Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & metric increments, 100m
$891.10
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Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters 114118 Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & imperial increments, 500'
$1,202.70
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Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters 114124 Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & metric increments, 150m
$1,202.70
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Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters 114119 Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & imperial increments, 750'
$1,630.20
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Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters 114125 Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & metric increments, 250m
$1,630.20
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Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters 114120 Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & imperial increments, 1000'
$2,057.70
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Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters 114126 Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & metric increments, 300m
$2,057.70
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Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters
114115
Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & imperial increments, 100'
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$549.10
Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters
114121
Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & metric increments, 30m
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$549.10
Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters
114116
Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & imperial increments, 200'
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$720.10
Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters
114122
Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & metric increments, 60m
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$720.10
Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters
114117
Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & imperial increments, 300'
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$891.10
Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters
114123
Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & metric increments, 100m
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$891.10
Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters
114118
Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & imperial increments, 500'
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$1,202.70
Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters
114124
Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & metric increments, 150m
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$1,202.70
Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters
114119
Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & imperial increments, 750'
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$1,630.20
Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters
114125
Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & metric increments, 250m
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$1,630.20
Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters
114120
Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & imperial increments, 1000'
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$2,057.70
Solinst Model 101D Water Level DrawDown Meters
114126
Model 101D water level drawdown meter with P7 probe & metric increments, 300m
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$2,057.70
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Solinst Small Carry Case 102974 Small carry case
$49.00
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Solinst Medium Carry Case 100109 Medium carry case
$69.00
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The 101D Water Level DrawDown Meter has all of the same qualities as the well-known 101 P7 Water Level Meter, with the added feature of a drawdown mode. One simple toggle switches between static water level and drawdown measurements. Water level mode allows accurate depth to water measurements in wells, boreholes, standpipes and tanks. The drawdown function is used to monitor falling hydraulic head during low flow sampling, pumping and other aquifer/well tests. It also ensures a pump’s intake remains submerged during purging or well development.

The 101D Water Level DrawDown Meter uses a corrosion-resistant stainless steel probe connected to clearly marked flat tape, fitted on a well-designed reel. It is powered by a standard 9 volt battery. In water level mode, when the zero point on the probe enters water, an electronic circuit is completed, activating the buzzer and light. The depth to water is then read off the tape. In drawdown mode, the circuit is reversed—the buzzer and light are triggered when the probe is in air. The battery test button can check the circuit in both water level and drawdown modes. The on/off sensitivity control allows the buzzer to be turned down in cascading water and ensures a clear signal in high and low conductivity conditions.

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