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RainWise Rainew Rainfall Gauges

RainWise Rainew Rainfall Gauges

Description

The Rainew rainfall gauge tracks current and accumulated rainfall with cabled or wireless connection to the display counter.

Features

  • Single counter tracks up to 9.99” of rainfall and can be reset with the push of a button
  • Dual counter allows you to track both individual events and an annual running total
  • 8” collector meets NWS specifications for statistical accuracy
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$72.95
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$65.66
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The Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge has been a corner stone of the RainWise product family since they took out the patent for it in 1976. The self-emptying tipping bucket design is now an industry standard as this simple, accurate and durable rain gauge can be mounted anywhere that rainfall needs to be recorded.

The RainWise Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge has an extra large 8” diameter collector that meets the Nation Weather Service specifications for statistical accuracy, and every tip of the bucket is hand calibrated to count one hundredth of an inch of rainfall.

The rain gauge is available in wired and wireless models that send data to an indoor display that provides an economical solution to the annual collection and recording of rainfall data.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RainWise Rainew Rainfall Gauges 803-1001 Rainew 111 rainfall gauge (English) with single counter, 60 ft. cabled connection
$65.66
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RainWise Rainew Rainfall Gauges 803-1002 Rainew 211 rainfall gauge (English) with dual counter, 60 ft. cabled connection
$116.96
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RainWise Rainew Rainfall Gauges 803-1008 Rainew 211 rainfall gauge (Metric) with dual counter, 60 ft. cabled connection
$116.96
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RainWise Rainew Rainfall Gauges 803-1005 Rainew Wireless rainfall gauge (English) with dual counter, 300 ft. unobstructed range
$179.96
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RainWise Rainew Rainfall Gauges 803-1010 Rainew Wireless rainfall gauge (Metric) with dual counter, 300 ft. unobstructed range
$179.96
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