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Simplify Your Pumping Test With A Water Level Datalogger

Download Technical Bulletin Download Newsletter Pumping Tests   It is now common practice to use a pressure transducer, with a built-in datalogger, to monitor wells and collect readings during conventional pumping tests. Prior to their use, field technicians and drilling contractors may have spent hours or days on site, taking water level measurements by means… Continue Reading »

How To Perform A Barometric Compensation Using The Data Wizard

Download Newsletter In a previous blog post, we discussed the need for, and importance of, barometrically compensating your Levelogger data. Now we will discuss how to actually go about doing a barometric compensation. Here we will focus on our recommended method, which is by using a Barologger and the Levelogger Software Data Wizard. (Click here… Continue Reading »

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3 Simple Ways To Download Levelogger Data In The Field

Leveloggers are recording water levels in your monitoring well network, and it’s time to go out and collect your quarterly data – what options do you have for doing this? Solinst offers three standard ways to retrieve Levelogger® data in the field, without removing them from their monitoring location. Let’s discuss each one. 1. Using… Continue Reading »

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Accounting For Altitude When Compensating Levelogger Data

Barometric Compensation Review As you know, Leveloggers measure total or absolute pressure. When submerged, they record a combination of atmospheric pressure and water pressure above their sensor. Because the intent of using Leveloggers is to obtain fluctuations in water pressure only, their data must be compensated for atmospheric effects. In order to achieve this, atmospheric… Continue Reading »