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HyQuest TRD Total Rainfall Display

HyQuest TRD Total Rainfall Display

Description

The HyQuest Total Rainfall Display is a LCD totalizer unit that counts and displays the total tips of a tipping bucket rain gauge

Features

  • Battery life up to 10 years
  • Push button function select
  • Select from multiple rainfall increments
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The HyQuest Total Rainfall Display is a rainfall Totalizer that can be used with any HSA tipping bucket rain gauge. Connected to the gauge by a lead cable, the TRD can mounted inside the gauge or wall mounted inside a building up to 120 meters away. It can also be used as a handheld device when calibrating a rain gauge with the Field Calibration Device. Offering a 2 line, 8 digit, 4.5mm high LCD screen, the TRD features a choice of rainfall increments based on the rain gauge used and a zero reset button. Two AA lithium batteries will operate the unit for up to 10 years for extended studies.
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Does the TRD display the time range for the total count?
No, the HSA Total Rainfall Display only shows the total tips measured since the last zero reset. The device can be reset whenever the user chooses.

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