We offer a complete product range of OTT PLS Pressure Level Sensor, OTT RLS Radar Level Sensor, Hydromet Cloud, Tipping Bucket Interface and Wind Direction Sensor
Robust ceramic pressure transducer for water level measurement The OTT PLS measures water level, depth to water, or pressure by means of an integrated controller and ceramic pressure-measuring cell. Design features such as multiple communication outputs (SDI-12 or 4 … 20 mA), stainless steel housing, and a rugged cable make this sensor ideal for monitoring water level in a variety of applications.
Non-contact water level sensor for long term surface water measurements The OTT RLS is a non-contact radar level sensor with pulse radar technology. The OTT RLS offers a large measurement range with a small blanking distance and narrow beam width and it easily connects to most dataloggers. The RLS has extremely low power consumption and is ideal for remote or solar powered sites.
Hydromet Cloud provides secure real-time data access from almost anywhere in the world via HydrometCloud.com and the Hydromet Cloud Mobile App. This includes the backend infrastructure to receive, ingest, decode, process, display, and store measurement data from nearly any remote Hydromet monitoring station via a cloud-based data hosting platform. Hydromet Cloud provides a secure web-page for users to view their data graphically, on a map or in tabular and report forms. Conversely, if you prefer to do your own processing, Hydromet Cloud delivers raw data (as it is transmitted by the station) using a dedicated, secure download page, updated immediately as your data arrives.
simple and compact SDI-12 Interface to convert any Tipping bucket into a ‘smart SDI-12 sensor’ that can compute daily & annual accumulation. The SDI-TB has an internal backup power source and can be programmed to compensate for heavy rainfall.
Consistent performance, no accuracy degradation from wear of moving parts Corrosion free, uv resistant material Low start speed (0.01 ms, 0.09 knots) Maintenance free No calibration required Robust construction Software configurable Status code output True 0° – 360° operation (no dead band on direction output) Wind speed and direction from a single unit Economic to use Land-based or marine applications Multiple WindSonics may be connected via one cable to a single SDI-12 data logger port. Greater distances with SDI-12 than those possible with analogue voltage outputs SDI-12 WindSonic interfaces with any SDI-12 compatible data logger. Reduced risk of data corruption – an SDI-12 digital signal is less likely to be corrupted by external interference than analogue signals. Avoid proprietary protocol or custom wiring and programming of data loggers. Power supply to the WindSonic may be supplied through a single data cable. Widely used in water resource research by government, industry and agricultural organizations
Sutron’s 5600-0625 Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge with Siphon is recognized as the standard for measuring rainfall & precipitation in remote, unattended locations. Its primary feature is a 5 inch (127 mm), high-extended funnel catch to eliminate outsplash loss occurring with machined-rim gauges during heavy rainfall. The extended catch also decreases splash loss due to moderate or high cross winds. This new design closely resembles NOAA’s T-200B all-weather precipitation gauge’s catchment & data acquisition features. The unit consists of a collector funnel, a stainless steel filter screen and a tipping bucket mechanism. The bucket tips when precipitation of 0.2 mm, 0.5 mm or 0.01 inch has been collected. Each tip, marked by a reed switch closure, can be recorded by a dataloggerDCP & transmitted by satellite, cellular or radio. The Tipping Bucket performs a wide range of rainfall measurements. The receiver is 8.08” (205 mm) in diameter. The Tipping Bucket measures each 0.2, 0.5 mm or 0.01 inch of precipitation. It includes a siphon that allows rain to flow at a steady rate to the tipping bucket mechanism regardless of rainfall intensity. Due to its siphon design, typical heavy rainfall bucket errors become constant thus allowing the calibration process to minimize them. This built-in compensation process results in more accurate measurements for a range of 0 – 27” (700 mm) per hour enabling the 5600-0625 to record high accuracies over a broad range of rainfall intensities. The siphon can be dismantled for routine servicing. Hide
WS600-UMB Smart Weather Sensor for measuring of air temperature, relative humidity, precipitation intensity, precipitation type, precipitation quantity, air pressure, wind direction and wind speed. Relative humidity is measured by means of a capacitive sensor element; a precision NTC measuring element is used to measure air temperature. Precipitation is measured by a 24 GHz Doppler radar, which measures the drop speed of an individual drop of rainsnow. Precipitation quantity and intensity are calculated from the correlation between drop size and speed. The difference in drop speed determines the type of precipitation (rainsnow). Maintenance-free measurement offers a major advantage over the common tipping spoon and tipping bucket processes. Ultrasonic sensor technology is used to take wind measurements. Measurement output can be accessed by the following protocolls: UMB-Binary, UMB-ASCII, SDI-12, MODBUS. One external temperature sensor is connectable.
Water level sensor with built-in datalogger for surface and groundwater applications The OTT ecoLog 500 is a complete system for water level and temperature measurement. Designed for full deployment inside groundwater wells as well as surface water applications, the OTT ecoLog 500 offers data and alarm message transmission options via SMS, HTTP, FTP and e-mail, giving users flexible remote data access from their office.
Extremely precise and maintenancefree measurement of wind speed, wind direction and air pressure as well as calculation of acoustic virtual temperature. The ultrasonic wind sensor is designed without mechanical parts as known with traditional “cups and vane”. The digital or analog output delivers instantaneous, average, min or max value with flexible measuring rate. The VENTUS is heated in case of critical ambient conditions. Made for cold climates! Recommended for: Wind turbines, marineships, meteorology and building automation. The following outputsprotocols are available: NMEA, UMB-ASCII, UMB-Binary, MODBUS (ASCII, RTU), SDI-12, 4…20 mA, 0…10V, 0…20 mA, 2…10V, frequency (analog)
Decreased down time & service costs Continuous operation in extreme weather conditions Reduced set up and installation time No moving parts Can be configured to exact requirements including analog outputs Meets stringent performance criteria specified by international meteorological, naval and airport authorities Enhanced anti-icing design Analog outputs NMEA output User selectable output format Sonic temperature 1, 4, or 10 Hz output Communications software Calibration to international standard
Consistent performance, no accuracy degradation from wear of moving parts Corrosion free, uv resistant material Low start speed (0.01 ms, 0.09 knots) Maintenance free No calibration required Robust construction Software configurable Status code output True 0Â° â�� 360Â° operation (no dead band on direction output) Wind speed and direction from a single unit Economic to use Land-based or marine applications Multiple WindSonics may be connected via one cable to a single SDI-12 data logger port. Greater distances with SDI-12 than those possible with analogue voltage outputs SDI-12 WindSonic interfaces with any SDI-12 compatible data logger. Reduced risk of data corruption â�� an SDI-12 digital signal is less likely to be corrupted by external interference than analogue signals. Avoid proprietary protocol or custom wiring and programming of data loggers. Power supply to the WindSonic may be supplied through a single data cable. Widely used in water resource research by government, industry and agricultural organizations