HyQuest Solutions WeatherSens MP Rainfall Sensors

The MP Series rainfall sensors are designed for reliable and maintenance-free liquid precipitation measurements in hydrology, meteorology and weather-dependent applications.

Features

  • Aluminum alloy with Teflon coating for harsh environments
  • Easy integration into 3rd party systems via SDI-12 or RS-485 Modbus RTU
  • Low power consumption ideal for battery/solar powered systems
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HyQuest Solutions WeatherSens MP Rainfall SensorsWS-MPR100 WeatherSens MPR100 piezoelectric rainfall sensor, 10m cable
$598.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
HyQuest Solutions WeatherSens MP Rainfall Sensors WS-MPR101 WeatherSens MPR101 photoelectric rainfall sensor, 10m cable
$598.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
HyQuest Solutions WeatherSens MP Rainfall Sensors
WS-MPR100
WeatherSens MPR100 piezoelectric rainfall sensor, 10m cable
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$598.00
HyQuest Solutions WeatherSens MP Rainfall Sensors
WS-MPR101
WeatherSens MPR101 photoelectric rainfall sensor, 10m cable
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$598.00

The MP Series rainfall sensors are designed for reliable and maintenance-free liquid precipitation measurements in hydrology, meteorology and weather-dependent applications where durability, precision and operations in different climatic conditions are expected. Select from either piezoelectric or photoelectric (optical) sensor measurement technology.

  • (1) WeatherSens MP Rainfall Sensor
  • (1) 10m sensor cable
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