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Solinst Rainlogger Edge Rain Gauge Logger

Solinst Rainlogger Edge Rain Gauge Logger

Description

The Rainlogger Edge is an inexpensive datalogger designed to record the tips of a standard tipping-bucket rain gauge with a reed switch output.

Features

  • Improved ESD (electrostic discharge) protection with ABS housing
  • Offers long-term reliability with a 10-year battery
  • Non-volatile memory stores up to 60,000 readings
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The Rainlogger Edge is an inexpensive datalogger designed to record the tips of a standard tipping-bucket rain gauge with a reed switch output. This compact and durable field unit offers long-term reliability and convenience with a battery that lasts up to 10 years, and improved ESD (electrostatic discharge) protection with an ABS housing.

The event time stamp and total rainfall per time period is logged in non-volatile memory, which holds up to 60,000 readings. Sampling is event based, as the Rainlogger Edge records and saves each tip of the tipping-bucket as it happens.

What's Included:
  • (1) Solinst Rainlogger Edge
  • (1) Cable with flying leads, 6 ft.
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Questions & Answers

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Will the rainlogger output total rainfall as well as tips?
Yes, the Rainlogger Edge records each tip and outputs the amount of rainfall per programmed time period based on user-input tip-bucket volume. The Rainlogger can also determine max rainfall per sampling interval.
What instruments are compatible with the Rainlogger Edge?
In addition to any reed- switch tipping bucket rain gauge, the Rainlogger Edge is compatible with all Solinst Levelogger communication and deployment accessories. Logged data can be downloaded directly to a PC, Leveloader or through a telemetry system.

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