Measuring water level in open channels, rivers, reservoirs, and lakes is one of the foundations of hydrological monitoring and has been a focus of OTT Hydromet since its first current meters were designed in 1875.
For water level and depth measurement, no application is the same. For this reason, OTT Hydromet provides a variety of sensors with different measurement principles, tailored to fit the specific requirements of different hydrologic measurement sites, including:
- High concentrations of suspended sediment
- Flashy sites
- Presence of ice
- Lightning prone
- Unstable stream banks
- Shallow water or narrow channels
Want to learn more about the differences in technology and which sensor fits your application?