logical services, the OTT Pluvio2 fulfills the highest expectations and Fulfills all requirements of WMO manual No. 8 (WMO World Meteorological Organisation).
Precisely records even extreme precipitation events of up to 3, 000 mmh without a time lag that even exceeds the current WMO requirements (up to 2, 000 mmh). OTT Pluvio2 Universal precipitation gauge using the balance principle for liquid, solid, and mixed precipitation. manual No. 8 (WMO World Meteorological Organisation).
Calibration of the load cell and sensor electronics is valid for the life of the unit. The individual temperature A. 2 Connecting the OTT Pluvio2 S to an OTT netDL or OTT DuoSens via the pulse output 51 Appendix B Dimensions of the OTT Pluvio2 S with pedestal and bottom plate 53 Appendix C Dimensions of pedestal with bottom plate 54 A. 2 Connecting the OTT Pluvio 2L to an OTT netDL or OTT DuoSens via the pulse output 51 Appendix B Dimensions of the OTT Pluvio 2L The OTT Pluvio 2 L is installed to a 4" pedestal the bottom plate of which is mounted The measuring system of the OTT Pluvio2 The OTT Pluvio2 is a weather precipitation gauge that features highly accurate, weightbased tech that measures the amount and intensity of precipitation.
The OTT Pluvio S weighing precipitation gauge measures the intensity and cumulative precipitation in a broad measuring range from 0 to 3, 000 mmh. The professional rain gauge is a further development of the triedandtested OTT Pluvio, with stateoftheart technology in a compact design that captures up to 400 mm of precipitation on a The OTT Pluvio 2 L saves valuable time, as it not only provides precise precipitation data, but is also practically maintenancefree.
OTT Pluvio2 L Fulfills all requirements of WMO manual No. 8 (WMO World Meteorological Organisation). Precisely records even extreme precipitation events of up to OTT Pluvio Weighing Rain Gauge Allweather, high accuracy rain gauge for continuous data collection The OTT Pluvio is an allweather precipitation gauge that uses superior weightbased technology to measure the amount and intensity of rain, snow, and hail.