- Memory – 32,000 data sets (depth and temperature of water)
- Download Speed – 32,000 data sets in 90 seconds
- Battery – up to 5 years (depending on usage)
- Calibration Certificate provided with each logger
- Machined, 316 marine grade stainless steel body and transducer
- Able to convert deployment options easily in the field
Buy or Rent Buy or Rent Heron dipperLog 32 Groundwater Data Logger
The most economical data logger in our lineup, the dipperLog 32 has a maximum storage capcity of 32,000 data points and expected battery life up to 5 years.
The dipperLog 32, only available in a 30m/100ft pressure range, is a reliable solution for short term monitoring of groundwater levels, wetland studies, pump and slug testing.
All Heron loggers are available in various deployment options:
Suspended Version – pull the dipperLog out of the well to download
Direct Read Version – enables you to do real time readings and download your data while the dipperLog is still in the well.
Reel Version – a portable solution, ideal for short term slug and pump testing
The dedicated, intuitive software makes the dipperLog quick and easy to program and launch. Simply recover your data, save your findings in a tabular display and graph, view both parameters side by side in a split screen.
|# of Data Points||32,000|
|Operating Temperature||-10°C to 50°C|
|Expected Battery Life||Up to 5 Years (depending on usage)|
|Accuracy||+/-0.5°C (-25°C to +85°C)|
|Wetted Material||316 Stainless Steel & Delrin®|
|Transducer Material||316 Stainless Steel Piezoresistive Silicon|
|Note:||In “Log Time” mode the dipperLog increases the readings from 1 second by an additional 1 second for 255 readings. The final reading interval is 4 min. and 14 sec. and the logger then stops logging. This mode logs for a total of 9 hours before stopping.|
|Barometric Compensation||The first reading can be used for all readings unless a barLog is used. Automatic compensation when using a designated barLog. Manual compensation in Excel.|
|Direct Read Cable||1/8″ Polyurethane|