RainWise RainLog 2.0 Rainfall Data Loggers

The RainWise RainLog 2.0 is a battery operated data logger that fits into most tipping bucket rain gauges for one-minute resolution and capacity for logging several years of data.

Features

  • Utilizes free RL-Loader 2 Software for configuration and data offload
  • Powered by two user-replaceable AAA batteries
  • Battery monitor LED changes from green to red when battery voltage gets low
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Overview
The RainWise RainLog 2.0 data logger is RainWise's next-generation Rainfall logger and features numerous improvements in memory capacity, process speed, battery replacement, improved protection and USB Connectivity. This battery-operated logger fits inside most tipping bucket rain gauges. Rainfall is logged at a one-minute resolution and has the capacity for several years of data.

Benefits

  • Increased capacity: Flash memory has been increased to 2 MB from 256K
  • AAA Batteries: The difficult-to-source lithium CR2477N battery has been replaced with two AAA battery compartments, allowing for easy, un-interrupted replacement in the field
  • Battery monitor: The RainLog 2.0 includes a battery monitor LED that changes from green to red when the battery voltage is getting low. The actual battery voltage is also reported in the RL-Loader software
  • Rugged Case: Durable case with battery compartment provides better protection
  • Improved Protection: Conformal coating to provide better moisture protection
  • Processor: Allows for 120% faster downloads
  • USB connectivity: A USB mini connector eliminates the need for separate USB converters

 

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