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HyQuest TB4 Syphoning Tipping Bucket Rain Gauges

HyQuest TB4 Syphoning Tipping Bucket Rain Gauges

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The HyQuest TB4 Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge offers an economical alternative to the world standard TB3 precipitation gauge.

Features

  • Injection molded ABS base
  • Integrated syphon control mechanism (12mL capacity)
  • Dual output reed switches with varistor protection
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This precipitation gauge features a brass, non-hydroscopic syphon control mechanism to ensure that accuracy is not affected by the intensity of the rainfall. With a choice of tipping bucket capacities (0.1mm, 0.2mm, 0.01 in, 0.5mm or 1.0mm), the HyQuest TB4 Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge can fit any project’s needs.

Every unit has an integrated bulls eye level for optimal mounting on the non-hydroscopic ABS plastic UV stabilized base. In addition, the TB4 precipitation gauge comes with a leaf filter, dual output reed switches and dual discharge outlets for water collection and analysis. Tipping buckets are balanced to +/-0.05 gms and can measure rainfall intensities from 0-500 mm/hour.

The TB4 tipping bucket precipitation gauge can be used in conjunction with an internal or external data logger or telemetry system. 

What's Included:
  • (1) TB4 rain gauge
  • (1) Sensor cable, 5m
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