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Level-Velocity Logger is powered by D-cell batteries.

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Stingray portable logger, suited for area-velocity flow surveys in sewers, open pipes, and channels, uses submerged ultrasonic sensor to measure velocity and level. Electronics are housed in watertight IP67 enclosure and rated for operation from 4-140°F. Greyline Logger software retrieves and displays logged data by RS232 or modem connection and also calculates flow for round, rectangular, trapezoid, and egg shaped channels.



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Stingray Portable Level-Velocity Logger



A new, portable logger for area-velocity flow surveys in sewers, open pipes and channels. Stingray is designed for municipal stormwater, combined effluent, raw sewage, irrigation water and stream flow.

Stingray uses a submerged ultrasonic sensor to measure both Velocity and Level in the channel. No calibration is required. It operates up to 4 years powered by standard Alkaline D-cell batteries. Electronics are housed in a watertight IP67 enclosure and rated for operation from 4° to 140°F. Each Stingray includes Greyline Logger software to retrieve and display logged data by RS232 or modem connection. The software calculates flow for round, rectangular, trapezoid and egg shaped channels.

For complete information on the new Stingray Level-Velocity Logger contact the manufacturer: Greyline Instruments Inc., 105 Water St., Massena, NY 13662. Tel: 888-473-9546, Fax: 315-764-0419, Email: info@greyline.com or visit www.greyline.com.

Contact: Ernest Higginson, Advertising Manager
Greyline Instrumenits Inc.
105 Water Street
Massena, NY 13662
Tel: 315-788-9500
Email: ernie@greyline.com

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