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Spectrum WatchDog 1120 Data Logging Rain Gauge

Spectrum WatchDog 1120 Data Logging Rain Gauge

Description

The WatchDog 1120 is a high accuracy, low-maintenance tipping bucket rain gauge with integrated power and data logging.

Features

  • Meets NWS guidelines with an 8" (20.5cm) diameter collector
  • Logs up to 10,584 rain interval events with 12-month battery
  • Rain collector mounting bracket and hardware included
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  • High accuracy, low-maintenance tipping bucket rain collector
  • Meets NWS guidelines with an 8 in (20.5 cm) diameter collector
  • Up to 10,584 rain interval events
  • Select intervals from 1 to 60 minutes [maximum 10.23 in (26.0 cm) per interval]
  • Rain collector mounting bracket and hardware included
  • User-replaceable CR2450 battery lasts 12 months
  • Record rainfall in either metric (mm) or US (in) units
  • Accuracy: ±2% at <2 in (5 cm) per hour
  • Requires SpecWare 9 Basic or Pro (v9.4 or later)
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