Solinst Readout Unit (SRU)

The Solinst Readout Unit (SRU) is a field-ready device designed to take and display instant water level readings from a deployed Solinst datalogger, as well as allow the simple download of stored data.

Features

  • Record and save an independent real-time logging session
  • Barometrically compensate real-time readings using internal barometer
  • Compatible with Levelogger 5 and Edge Series Solinst dataloggers
$477.00
Stock 2AVAILABLE

Overview
The Solinst Readout Unit (SRU) is an in-field device designed to take and display instant water level readings from a deployed Solinst datalogger. When connected, users can select a real-time sampling rate and start a real-time monitoring session independent of the datalogger’s internal logging mode.

Real-Time Data
Real-time logs can be saved in the SRU memory. The SRU has an internal barometer, which provides the option of showing and saving real-time water level readings corrected to ambient air pressure. The SRU also functions as a data download and storage device with a robust flash memory. Saved files can be trasnferred to a PC. The SRU allows users to access information about the connected datalogger’s status, including battery level, memory, serial number, firmware version, and logging mode, as well as the SRU status.

Connections
The SRU connects to a Levelogger’s Direct Read Cable, a LevelVent Wellhead, or AquaVent Wellhead connector cable. The LCD screen contrast is adjustable to ensure easy viewing in any field condition. To transfer data files to a PC, the SRU connects using a USB cable. Levelogger Software is used to download, view, export, delete data and set up dataloggers. Through the Software, the SRU has upgradable firmware, which allows for future improvements and compatibility with new dataloggers.

 

Materials: ABS enclosure, 316 stainless steel connector, silicone rubber cover
Operating Temperature: -20ºC to +50ºC
IP Rating: IP64 (dust and splash resistant)
Battery: Standard 9V replaceable battery
Battery Life: Up to 2 years
Memory: 20 full LTC logs or 18 full LT logs (~1.8 million LTC readings or 2.7 million LT readings)
Size and Weight: 8.9 cm x 3.2 cm x 14.5 cm (3.5” x 1.3" x 5.7”) 351 grams ( 12.4 ounces)
Internal Barometer Accuracy: ± 0.2 kPa
Compatible With: 5 Series and Edge Series Solinst dataloggers

  • Solinst Readout Unit (SRU)
  • USB-C to USB cable
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