HyQuest Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge Pole Mount Bracket

HyQuest Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge Pole Mount Bracket


The HyQuest pole mount bracket is used to install a rain gauge on top of a pole.


  • Mounts a precipitation gauge away from potential interferences
  • Quick, secure mounting
  • Fits 2” diameter poles
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The HyQuest Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge Pole Mount Bracket makes installing the gauge a breeze. It is designed to attach to a 2” pole with pipe threading for secure mounting. The pole mount bracket has a triangular base to match up with any HyQuest rain gauge, allowing the user 3 points of adjustment to ensure it is level on the pole.
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HyQuest Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge Pole Mount Bracket TB334 Pole mount bracket for TB3, TB4 & TB6 rain gauges
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NexSens MAST Aluminum Mounting Pole MAST 2" NPT threaded aluminum pipe assembly for hardware mounting, 24" length
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How does the bracket secure to the pole?
The HSA pole mount bracket has 2” pipe threads to securely screw onto the pole.

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