Leveloggers may be suspended on a stainless steel wireline or Kevlar® cord. This is a very inexpensive method of deployment, and if in a well, allows the Levelogger to be easily locked out of sight and inaccessible. Solinst offers stainless steel wireline assemblies and Kevlar cord assemblies in a variety of lengths.
Barologger and Levelogger installed in Well Using Direct Read Cables
Direct Read Cables
When it is desired to get realtime data and communicate with Leveloggers without removal from the water, they can be deployed using Direct Read Cables. This allows viewing of the data, downloading and/or programming in the field using a portable computer, DataGrabber, or the Solinst Levelogger App and Interface.
Leveloggers can also be connected to an SDI-12 datalogger using the Solinst SDI-12 Interface Cable attached to a Direct Read Cable.
Shown at left: Barologger Edge and Levelogger Edge Installed in a Well Using Direct Read Cables
Direct Read Cable Specifications
Direct Read Cables are available for attachment to any Levelogger in lengths up to 1500 ft.
The 1/8" dia. (3.175 mm) coaxial cable has an outer polyurethane jacket for strength and durability. The stranded stainless steel conductor gives non-stretch accuracy.
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