Level1000 Data Loggers

Level1000 Data Loggers


Rugged, Submersible, Battery Powered, Stand Alone Water Level and Temperature Data Logger. Submersible up to 30 Feet, 30 PSIA. Includes NIST traceable calibration certificate.



Temperature Sensor Internal Semiconductor
Temperature Range -40 °C to 80 °C (-40 °F to +176 °F)
Temperature Resolution 0.1 °C (0.18 °F)
Temperature Calibrated Accuracy ±0.5 °C


Pressure Sensor  
Nominal Range 0 to 30 ft
Level Resolution 0.05 in
Level Calibrated Accuracy ±8.3 inches of water (1.0 in typical at 25 °C (77 °F)
Note: The Level1000 does not compensate for barometric pressure changes, therefore these changes are not included in the accuracy specifications.


Memory 16,383/channel
Reading Rate 1 reading every 2 seconds up to 1 reading every 12 hours
Baud Rate 2,400
Battery Life 1 year
Material 303 Stainless Steel
Dimensions 5.7 in x 1.25 in dia.(145 mm x 32 mm)
Submersible Yes
Operating Environment -40 °C to +80 °C (-40 °F to +176 °F), 0 %RH to 100 %RH
Required Interface Package IFC110 or IFC200
Approvals CE
Weight 0.6250 LBS

The Level1000 is a battery powered, stand alone, submersible water level and temperature recorder. This is an all-in-one compact, portable, easy to use device that will measure and record up to 16,383 measurements. The storage medium is non-volatile solid state memory, providing maximum data security even if the battery becomes discharged. The device can
be started and stopped directly from your computer and its small size allows it to fit almost anywhere. The Level1000 makes data retrieval quick and easy. Simply plug it into an empty COM or USB port and our user-friendly software does the rest.


• Resistant to corrosions and chemicals
• Rugged design
• User-friendly
• Reusable
• Submersible up to 100’
• Programmable start time
• Powerful software simplifies analysis

• Water level monitoring
• Environmental studies
• Waste water treatment
• Flood analysis
• Groundwater monitoring
• Irrigation canals
• Lake and wetland studies
• Storm water studies
• Landfill and hazardous site analysis