The Model 102 Water Level Meter uses a choice of two small diameter probe designs, attached to a narrow coaxial cable, fitted on a sturdy ergonomically designed reel. A standard 9-volt battery, housed in an easy-access battery drawer, powers the Water Level Meter.
Model 102 Probes are designed with segmented weights for flexibility. The probe tip uses a recessed design to minimize false signals in cascading water.
Providing the famous quality of Solinst groundwater-measuring instruments at an introductory price, the Solinst 102 is built for long life and laser-marked for accurate readings every time. The Solinst model 102 offers professional accuracy in unique situations, including in narrow shafts and when maneuvering around in-well pumps and other obstacles. Measurements are traceable to national standards, and each unit is calibrated at a National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)-certified lab.
Laser Marked Cable
The coaxial cable has a durable polyethylene jacket with permanent markings precisely laser etched on the cable every 1/100 ft. or each millimeter. The cable reels smoothly remain flexible and comes in lengths from 100 ft. - 1000 ft. (30 m - 300 m). A braided copper outer conductor gives flexibility and a stranded stainless steel central conductor gives strength. It is easy to repair and splice
Model 102 Probes are designed for flexibility. The probe tips use a recessed design to minimize false signals in cascading water.
P10: 3/8" dia. x 2.75" long (10 mm x 70 mm) stainless steel with 10 stainless steel weights, weighing 6.14 oz (174 g). This probe is ideal for the majority of water level measurement applications. The flexible weight assembly allows easy well access and keeps the cable hanging straight in monitoring wells.
P4: 0.157" dia. x 1.5" long (4 mm x 38 mm) stainless steel weighing 0.35 oz (10 g), with no weights. It is ideal for shallow applications and for accessing very narrow diameters, especially the channels of the Solinst CMT System, DrivePoint Piezometers or narrow open tubes.