Campbell Scientific offers a variety of sensors to measure water level, stage, and flow: pressure transducers, shaft encoders, radar ranging sensors, sonic ranging sensors, and bubblers. Users often select their sensors based on the site location, required accuracy level, and ease of installation.
The CS451 is a pressure transducer with a a stainless-steel case. It is used for water-level measurements and can be submerged in most canals, wells, ponds, lakes, and streams. The CS451 out...read more
The CS475A radar sensor monitors the water level of rivers, lakes, tidal seas, and reservoirs. The sensor is ideal for areas where submersed sensors can be damaged due to corrosion, contamination, flo...read more
The LevelVUE™B10 is a cost-effective, accurate, reliable solution for water-level measurements based on a non-submersible pressure transducer system. This type of sensor is a bubbler. Bubblers a...read more
The CS456 is a pressure transducer for water-level measurements in canals, wells, ponds, harbors, lakes, streams, and tanks. It has a rugged titanium case that allows it to be used in saltwater and ot...read more
The SR50A Sonic Distance Sensor provides a non-contact method for determining snow or water depth. It determines depth by emitting an ultrasonic pulse and then measuring the elapsed time between...read more