The DL6 is a dedicated data logger optimised for use with Delta-T soil moisture sensors. It can be used with combinations of ThetaProbes, SM150 Soil Moisture Sensors, SM300 Soil Moisture Sensors and Profile Probes, and also accepts rain gauge and soil temperature probe inputs. Up to 16000 readings can be stored in memory.
In just 5 seconds the WET Sensor checks 3 crucial variables that influence plant growth: water content, temperature and pore water conductivity (ECp), the EC of the water that is available to the plant.
The GP1 Data Logger is a complete logging solution housed in a waterproof IP67 enclosure with battery power. The internal memory can hold >600,000 readings - more than enough for one year's operation (typical).
Watermark monitor. Complete set for automatic logging of soil moisture data, consisting of datalogger, 7 Watermark sensor (5x with 6 m cable and 2x with 10 m cable), temperature sensor, software and RS232 communication cable. Inclusive quick connectors and pvc installation pipe.
The Jet-fill tensiometer basically has the same components as the standard tensiometer but is equipped with a reservoir and a refill mechanism. At a push of the button the Jet-fill mechanism instantly injects water from the reservoir into the body of the tensiometer and removes accumulated air. This tensiometer can be provided in different lengths ...
The WET Sensor has crucial applications in precision horticulture and soil science research and is usable in both soils and growing substrates. It is exceptional in its ability to measure pore water conductivity (ECp), the EC of the water that is available to the plant.
Soil moisture sensor Thetaprobe ML3. Measuring range 0-50% vol. Accuracy +/- 1%. With 4 pins, length 60 mm, Ø 3.2 mm. Output signal 0-1 Vdc. Inclusive temperature meter range -20...+60 °C, accuracy +/- 0.5 °C over 0...40 °C. Exclusive cable. Warranty 5 years.
WET The ADCON Leaf Wetness Sensor was developed to provide users with a robust and low-maintenance alternative to the traditional style sensors using sheets of paper or human or animal hair. A grid of conductive tracks, etched onto a Teflon-coated ceramic plate reliably simulates the surface of a leaf and outputs a range of readings between 0 and ...
The standard tensiometer consists of a clear transparent plastic tube with a ceramic cup at the bottom end and a manometer at the top. The standard tensiometer is delivered in various lengths allowing the execution of simultaneous measurements at various depths in the root zone. For pre-drilling special auger sets can be provided.
Soil moisture sensors that measure the moisture tension in the soil are read out with the soil moisture meter Watermark. The measuring principle is similar to that of the gypsum block system. The special sensors however do not dissolve in the soil and have a more consistent distribution of pores so that more accurate measurements are possible.
The quick draw tensiometer is a small tensiometer that can easily be moved and, using the auger for pre-drilling, placed into the soil. The small diameter and the super porous ceramic cup and the possibility of pre-setting the tension, allow a measuring period of only a few minutes. After each measurement the tensiometer can be stored in a carrier ...
The Thetaprobe is also available in the form of a profile probe for use in thin-walled tubes that are installed in the soil. The profile probe is fitted with 4 measuring elements with a measuring range of 40 cm, so that the soil moisture content can be measured at different depths within a vertical soil profile. The probe measures with an accuracy ...
Opening and closing irrigation valves, starting and stopping other devices remotely is exactly what the A724 addSWITCH Series 4 was designed to do. You no longer need to go on site to activate that latching solenoid - sending a simple radio command to your addSWITCH will do the job!
Also included in our product range is the WET sensor, to measure pore water conductivity and temperature in the top layer of a soil. The measurement values are shown on the display of the hand held meter and can be stored in the memory (including time and sensor location). These data can be read on a PC.