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70.030.002.9.0

OTT Pluvio2 S Precipitation Gauge

OTT Pluvio2 S Precipitation Gauge

Description

The OTT Pluvio2 S weighing precipitation gauge measures the intensity and cumulative precipitation in a broad measuring range from 0 to 3,000 mm/h.

Features

  • Compact, weather-resistant collecting bucket for 400mm of precipitation
  • Meets the requirements of WMO Guidelines No. 8
  • Precisely captures even extreme precipitation events of up to 3000 mm/h
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The high-quality OTT Pluvio2 S weighing precipitation gauge uses the weighing principle for dependably and precisely measuring the intensity and cumulative precipitation in each weather condition. Its compact designed collecting bucket featuring a 200 cm2 collecting area accepts up to 400 mm of precipitation. The instrument is a further development of the OTT Pluvio series that has been successfully used in more than 10,000 stations worldwide and offers state-of-the-art technology in compact design. It is designed for professional use, and is suited for weather observer measuring networks as well as for urban precipitation stations or weather service measuring fields where only limited space is available.

Its advanced technologies for data logging and processing including signal analysis, filtering, and noice reduction provide highly accurate results in a broad range of 0 to 3000 mm/h. The sophisticated mechanical and electronic design as well as lifetime calibration ensure long useful life with minimum maintenance requirements. Even units fitted with orifice rim heater may be used in reduced voltage operation for solar-powered stations.

Because of its compact design, the Pluvio2 S unit needs only little space and may be installed to 2-inch pedestals. Thus, it can be used to easily replace tipping buckets or manual rain gauges in existing installations and can even be installed to their devices carriers, eliminating the need for any concrete work.

What's Included:
  • (1) Pluvio2 S weighing precipitation gauge
  • (1) Installation accessory kit
  • (1) USB cable
  • (1) Set of operating instructions
  • (1) Factory acceptance test certificate
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OTT Pluvio2 S Precipitation Gauge 70.030.002.9.0 Pluvio2 S precipitation gauge with 400mm collection capacity and 200cm2 collection area Drop ships from manufacturer
OTT Pluvio2 S Precipitation Gauge 70.030.001.9.0 Pluvio2 S precipitation gauge with 400mm collection capacity and 200cm2 collection area, includes ring heater
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OTT Pluvio2 Sensor Cable 97.000.004.9.5 Pluvio2 sensor cable, priced per meter Drop ships from manufacturer
OTT Pluvio2 Sensor Cable 97.000.038.9.5 Pluvio2 sensor cable (use with ring heater), priced per meter Drop ships from manufacturer
OTT Pluvio2 S Installation Tube with Base Plate 70.030.430.2.1 Pluvio2 S 2" installation tube with base plate, 1m Drop ships from manufacturer
OTT Pluvio2 S Installation Tube with Base Plate 70.030.431.2.1 Pluvio2 S 2" installation tube with base plate, 1.2m Drop ships from manufacturer
OTT Pluvio2 S Installation Tube with Base Plate 70.030.432.2.1 Pluvio2 S 2" installation tube with base plate, 1.5m Drop ships from manufacturer
OTT PWS Wind Protection Shields 70.035.020.1.2 PWS 100 wind protection shield (1m), Alter type Drop ships from manufacturer
OTT PWS Wind Protection Shields 70.035.021.1.2 PWS 120 wind protection shield (1.2m), Alter type Drop ships from manufacturer
OTT PWS Wind Protection Shields 70.035.022.1.2 PWS 150 wind protection shield (1.5m), Alter type Drop ships from manufacturer
OTT POD 100 Mounting Pedesatal 70.035.030.2.2 POD 100 mounting pedestal for PWS wind protection shields, 1m Drop ships from manufacturer

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