Lufft WTB100 Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge

Lufft WTB100 Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge


The WTB100 tipping bucket rain gauge can be combined with any sensor of the Lufft WS family that does not already measure precipitation.


  • Collecting area: 200cm2
  • Resolution: 0.2mm
  • Accuracy: +/-2%
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Notable Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 165mm diameter x 285mm height
  • Connection Type: Open cable ends
  • Collecting Area: 200cm2
  • Resolution: 0.2mm and 0.5mm, adjustment made by reduction ring
  • Weight: 930g
  • Mounting Type: On mast, 60-76mm
  • Accuracy: +/-2%
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