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HyQuest TB6 Non-Syphoning Tipping Bucket Rain Gauges

HyQuest TB6 Non-Syphoning Tipping Bucket Rain Gauges

Description

The HyQuest TB6 Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge sets the world standard in non-syphoning tipping bucket precipitation gauges.

Features

  • Calibration accuracy better than 1% for rainfall intensities from 0-50 mm/hr
  • Long term stable calibration
  • Standard 200mm catch
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The HyQuest TB6 Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge offers long term stable calibration for a variety of rainfall intensities. Offering four tipping bucket capacities (0.2mm, 0.5mm, 0.01 in, 1.0mm), this rain gauge is accurate to better than 2% accuracy for rainfall intensities from 50-75 mm/hr, and better than 1% accuracy for intensities from 0-50 mm/hr.

The TB6 rain gauge consists of a standard 200mm collector funnel with built-in leaf and insect filters, a syphonless flow mechanism, quick release fasteners and an injection molded non-hydroscopic ABS base. Thanks to its simple design, the TB6 is easy to service with low maintenance requirements. It also includes dual reed switches for data collection and transmission. Compatible with multiple data loggers and external telemetry systems, this rain gauge is designed for extended deployments in remote and unattended locations.

What's Included:
  • (1) TB6 rain gauge
  • (1) Sensor cable, 5m
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