solinst levelogger edge being downloaded in the field

Levelogger® Edge Water Level Dataloggers

solinst levelogger edge water level datalogger

Enhanced Features

The Levelogger Edge is a self contained water level datalogger, using infra-red data transfer powered by a 10 year lithium battery, offering the flexibility of installing by use of a Direct Read Cable, wireline or Kevlar cord. The Levelogger Edge has a memory capacity of 40,000 temperature and water level data points, or up to 120,000 using the compression algorithm in linear sampling mode.

Levelogger Software Version 4.0, written to support the Levelogger Edge, Levelogger Junior Edge,
LTC Levelogger Edge
, Rainlogger Edge, Leveloader and is backwards compatible to support the Levelogger Gold series. Version 4.0 offers many features, including the ability to barometrically compensate multiple Levelogger data files simultaneously.

What is a water level datalogger?

A water level datalogger is an instrument that automatically and continuously records fluctuations in water level. Water level data logs are stored in the datalogger's memory and can be downloaded using software, or can be collected by other means such as a smart device app, telemetry, or data acquisition system.

Many water level dataloggers use a pressure sensor to measure water pressure above the water level datalogger zero measurement point. Water pressure readings can then be converted to water level equivalent measurements. Solinst offers both absolute and vented (gauged) pressure sensor water level dataloggers. An absolute water level datalogger measures both water and atmospheric pressure; therefore water level data needs to be barometrically compensated. A vented water level datalogger is vented to the atmosphere and only measures water pressure.

Typically, water level dataloggers are programmed, stopped, started and set to record at a specific interval using a software program. Solinst water level dataloggers can be set to record water levels as often as 1/8 of a second. A water level datalogger is an alternative to using a water level meter, which requires personnel to manually measure and record water levels. As such, water level dataloggers are ideal for long-term, uninterrupted water level monitoring and for short-term hydrogeological studies that require a high frequency of water level recordings.

Solinst water level dataloggers also record water temperature; in addition, the LTC Levelogger Edge records conductivity. Solinst water level dataloggers are compact instruments and combine the pressure sensor, temperature sensor, conductivity sensor, memory, and long-lasting battery in one durable housing.

All-in-one water level dataloggers make deployment easy. Solinst provides the option of deploying via simple wireline/rope or using direct read cables to allow communication while the datalogger is installed and logging (vented water level loggers are deployed using vented communication cables). Water level dataloggers can be used to measure groundwater levels, as well as surface water levels in rivers, streams, lakes, oceans, etc.

 

3001 LTC Levelogger Edge

solinst ltc levelogger edge groundwater conductivity datalogger

  • Conductivity, water level and temperature datalogging
  • Full range 0-80,000 S/cm
  • Ideal for salinity and saltwater intrusion studies, tracer tests, agricultural and stormwater run-off monitoring

Levelogger App Interface

solinst levelogger app interface

  • Creates a wireless connection between your Levelogger and smart device running the Solinst Levelogger App
  • Program your Leveloggers to record, or view and save real-time readeings
  • Download and view data collected by your Levelogger and e-mail it from your smart device

 

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