Posts Tagged ‘logger’

WaterWorld prodcast from ACE 2012 starring Chris Lilly

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

Chris Lilly discusses Keller level and pressure transmitters with Angela Godwin with WaterWorld. We have had a great deal of success with the AWWA tradeshow and we look forward to next year’s show. Special thanks to WaterWorld and Angela Godwin for the footage!

Low-Cost Level Loggers Redefined

Monday, June 29th, 2009

new_dcxecoThe days of disposable data loggers are over. Keller proudly presents the answer to throw-away liquid level loggers. The DCX-ECO is a revolutionary product that utilizes accumulator cell technology to provide the ONLY rechargeable autonomous level logger available. The power cell is charged via USB connection during data retrieval. Plus, the DCX-ECO features a small, 18mm (0.71 inch) diameter stainless steel housing, making it ideal for a wide array of long and short term liquid level monitoring applications. It is also the only low cost level logger available in absolute, sealed, AND vented versions that can be ranged to your specific level requirement.

The low priced DCX-ECO uses the same non-volatile memory as the other proven Keller loggers, storing up to 57,000 user-specified data points. The software, Logger 4.X, is intuitive, user-friendly, and available free of charge.

DCX-16 Autonomous Data Collector

Monday, June 29th, 2009

new_dcx16Keller America, Inc. is pleased to introduce the DCX-16, an autonomous, battery-powered liquid level monitor with built in data logger. The 16-millimeter (0.63 inch) diameter makes the DCX-16 the smallest in its class. It is available in vented gauge (psig), sealed gauge (psis) and absolute (psia) reference pressure formats. Used in conjunction with our intuitive Windows-based software, the DCX-16 is the ideal solution for CSO monitoring, runoff monitoring, or well tests.