Water Level Temperature Meter, Ideal for Profiling Temperature
Nov 10 2017 Read 603 Times
Solinst Canada Ltd. is pleased to announce the latest addition to their Water Level Meter line—the Model 201 Water Level Temperature Meter (WLT). The WLT Meter indicates static water level, as well as measures the temperature of water.
The WLT Meter is ideal for profiling temperature in wells, tanks and surface water; detecting runoff, points of inflow, or sources of thermal pollution; early warning of changes in water quality; monitoring and predicting changes in aquatic environments; and geothermal surveys.
The WLT Meter features the sturdy reel and frame that Solinst Meters are known for, as well as includes the usual convenient features such as a brake, probe holder, tape guide and easy-to-access battery tray. A standard 9V battery, providing 90 hours of on time, powers the electronics. There is an auto-off after 8 minutes of inactivity. One push button makes the WLT Meter very easy to operate.
When the WLT Meter probe enters water an electric circuit is completed, activating a buzzer and light. The buzzer is easily turned off using the push button, as you profile temperature to greater depths. Water levels are read from durable, chemical-resistant PVDF flat tape, which is accurately laser marked every 1/100 ft. or mm. Tape lengths are available up to 2000 ft. (600 m). The tape hangs straight, irrespective of temperature.
The WLT probe measures temperature from -20ºC to 125ºC with an accuracy of ±0.5ºC. Temperature response time is excellent. There is no user calibration required. The probe is rated IP68 and can be submerged to 1000 ft (300 m). Temperature measurements are displayed on an LCD readout on the front of the faceplate.
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