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RainWise RainLog 2.0 Rainfall Data Logger

RainWise RainLog 2.0 Rainfall Data Logger

Description

The RainLog 2.0 is compatible with most tipping bucket rain gauges and offers 1-minute resolution with capacity for several years of data.

Features

  • Can be left in the field for months or years of data collection
  • Includes USB cable and RL-Loader software for data collection
  • Operates on (2) AAA alkaline or Lithium batteries
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$149.00
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$134.10
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The RainLog 2.0 is the ideal solution for monitoring rainfall amounts in remote locations. When used in conjunction with a precipitation gauge or rain gauge the system constitutes a complete stand-alone measuring and recording system. It can be left in the field for months or even years of uninterrupted data logging due to its large memory and low power consumption.

The RainLog  2.0 is supplied with the RL-Loader software. This software is free, user friendly, and intuitive. It allows the user to view the data graphically and export it to any third party software.

What's Included:
  • (1) RainLog 2.0 Data Logger
  • (1) USB Cable
  • (2) AAA Batteries
  • (1) RL-Loader Software CD
  • (1) Universal Connector
  • (1) Quick Start Guide
  • (1) Desiccant Bag
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