Rickly 3510 Syphoning Tipping Bucket Rain Gauges

The Rickly Model 3510 Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge with Siphon is recognized as the standard for measuring rainfall and precipitation in remote and unattended locations.

Features

  • WMO & NOAA standard 8” (200mm) diameter catch
  • Integrated siphon mechanism for accurate measurements across a wide range of intensities
  • Single reed switch output signal
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Rickly 3510 Syphoning Tipping Bucket Rain Gauges1001-004 3510 syphoning tipping bucket rain gauge, 0.01" per tip
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Rickly 3510 Syphoning Tipping Bucket Rain Gauges 1001-005 3510 syphoning tipping bucket rain gauge, 0.1mm per tip
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Rickly 3510 Syphoning Tipping Bucket Rain Gauges 1001-001 3510 syphoning tipping bucket rain gauge, 0.2mm per tip
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Rickly 3510 Syphoning Tipping Bucket Rain Gauges 1001-002 3510 syphoning tipping bucket rain gauge, 0.5mm per tip
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Rickly 3510 Syphoning Tipping Bucket Rain Gauges 1001-003 3510 syphoning tipping bucket rain gauge, 1.0mm per tip
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The Rickly Model 3510 Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge with Siphon is recognized as the standard for measuring rainfall and precipitation in remote and unattended locations. The unit consists of a collector funnel, a stainless steel filter screen and a tipping bucket mechanism. The bucket tips when precipitation of 0.1mm, 0.2mm, 0.5mm, 1.0mm or 0.01" has been collected. Each tip is marked by a reed switch closure and can be recorded by data logger or DCP for cellular, radio, or satellite telemetry transmitting.

The Model 3510 is designed for general rainfall measurements. The receiver is WMO & NOAA standard 8” (200mm) in diameter and tipping buckets are available to measure each 0.1mm, 0.2mm, 0.5mm, 1.0mm or 0.01" of precipitation. The gauges are supplied with a siphon that allows the rain to flow at a steady rate to the tipping bucket mechanism regardless of rainfall intensity. This provides accurate measurements for a range of 0 to 27" (700mm) per hour. The siphon can be dismantled for routine servicing, and funnel collector comes with a leaf filter.

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