Heron dipperLog 64 Groundwater Data Logger
The dipperLog 64 is a highly accurate groundwater data logger used by hydrogeologists, hydrologists, environmental technicians, water well contractors and other groundwater professionals. The dipperLog 64 is a reliable and cost effective solution to long and short term monitoring of groundwater levels and temperature in wells, boreholes and open bodies of water.
Heron Instruments’ dipperLogs are a durable, versatile and cost effective tool which will deliver accurate water level and temperature readings for many years. Groundwater professionals have been successfully employing the Heron family of instrumentation to monitor both open waters and wells, to perform pump and slug tests, and to complete wetland and tidal studies with excellent results for over 20 years.
The dipperLog TOUGH is a premium logger, with titanium body and transducer coupled with Teflon O-rings, is suitable for use in the most caustic and hazardous of environments. The dipperLog TOUGH offers a memory capacity of 64,000 data points and a choice of pressure ranges
The dipperLog 64, our flagship logger, offers a maximum storage capacity of 64,000 data points and an extended battery life up to 10 years. The dipperLog 64 comes in a wide variety of pressure ranges and deployment options.
The dipperLog VENTED, incorporates a gauged transducer that measures pressure exempt from barometric influences. The dipperLog VENTED is removable from the vent cable allowing for easy field replacement. Attach the NEW Vent Cap Adapter for deployments (without vented cable) used in shallow wetland studies.
The 4-20 mA Pressure Transmitter is easily integrated into an existing SCADA system or with a third party data logger. It will provide a continuous water level reading for your application. It can also be equipped with a digital display.
The dipperLog 32, the most economical data logger in our lineup, has a maximum storage capacity of 32,000 data points and an expected battery life up to 5 years. The dipperLog 32 is only available in a 30m/100’ pressure range.
The barLog is configured to measure barometric pressure fluctuations necessary to compensate your absolute dipperLog data files. The barLog takes readings every 1 hour and has a capacity for 32,000 data points.