4.3.1 Levelogger Information Settings

solinst sts edge datalogger information window

Figure 4-5 Datalogger Information Window

 

If you select to enter settings for a datalogger, the Datalogger Information window will open. It includes datalogger Serial Number, Well Location, Altitude and Density Adjustment (used for Levelogger Gold and Junior Models only), Sample Rate, and Memory Mode Selection.

If you do not require independent logging, select and the STS Remote Station will only collect a realtime reading from the datalogger at the scheduled STS Sample Rate. There is no need to enter a Sample Rate.

If you want your datalogger to record and store readings in its internal memory, independent of STS operation, fill in the Sample Rate and Memory Mode Selection fields, and select if independent logging has been stopped.

Please refer to the table below for a summary of the available sampling and memory options for each datalogger type (See the Levelogger User Guide for Levelogger Gold Models).

 

Datalogger Programming Options
Datalogger Type Linear Sampling Memory Battery Life
Levelogger Edge/ Barologger Edge
0.125 second to 99 hours 40,000 sets of readings in Slate or Continuous Mode 10 years based on 1 reading per minute
Levelogger Junior Edge
0.5 second to 99 hours 40,000 sets of readings in Slate or Continuous Mode 5 years based on 1 reading per minute
LTC Levelogger Edge
2 seconds to 99 hours 27,000 sets of readings in Slate or Continuous Mode 8 years based on 1 reading every 5 minutes
Rainlogger Edge
Event Based (records tips from tippingbucket rain gauge) Up to 60,000 tip time logs in Slate or Continuous Mode 10 years based on 2 parameters logged every 10 minutes
AquaVent
0.125 second to 99 hours 40,000 sets of readings in Slate or Continuous Mode 8 years based on 1 reading per minute

Table 4-1 Datalogger Programming Options