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RainWise RainLogger Rainfall Data Logging System

RainWise RainLogger Rainfall Data Logging System

Description

The RainLogger is a complete package containing a RainLog data logger, RL-Loader 2 software and polypropylene rain collector and mounting mast.

Features

  • Complete integrated system for monitoring rainfall
  • Tipping bucket rain gauge is calibrated to 0.01" (0.25mm) per tip
  • 8" diameter collector meets NWS specifications for statistical accuracy
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