Precipitation Sensor - Protected against Freezing
Sep 30 2016 Read 785 Times
Every drop counts! The precipitation sensor rain[e]H3, from Lambrecht (Germany), measures precipitation amount and intensity. The rain[e]H3 combines the numerous advantages of the latest weighing technology and a self-emptying collecting bucket, allowing a high resolution and high precision at a very small total volume. Therefore the rain[e]H3 has a higher resolution and precision than common tipping bucket sensors and at the same time is much smaller than common weighing sensors, since there is no need for a collecting container.
Due to the innovative technology that allows absolute precise weighing without interruption the rain[e]H3 sets new standards in professional precipitation measurement. Its outstanding resolution and accuracy are approved all over the world. The rain[e]H3 with electronically regulated ring-, funnel and drain-line heating is designed especially for extreme cold climates. rain[e]H3 has an all-metal housing, which is weatherproof and long-living. An integrated outside temperature sensor, real time clock, electronic monitoring when opening the housing and flash remote alarm are features of continuous development. With optional port server and web interface the rain[e]H3 is well equipped for all communicative demands in future.
The benefits are to be found in the 'e' of rain[e]H3: ecological, exact, efficient, economical and easy. rain[e]H3 is the perfect precipitation sensor for classical meteorology and hydrology, measuring networks of water suppliers, lysimeter systems, Weather services, airports, traffic meteorology etc.
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