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    Soil Moisture Measuring System with SM300 Sensor

    When it comes to accurate, affordable soil moisture measurement, the new soil moisture sensor SM300 (art. no. 14.24.07) is in a class of its own. Achieving +/- 3% accuracy (with soil specific calibration), this soil moisture sensor can handle both research and irrigation applications.

    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS. from In Situ Soil Physical Research Product line

  • 3666 Leaf Wetness Sensor

    The 3666 Leaf Wetness Sensor is used to measure leaf wetness with its grid-like, resistance-based sensor, which is ranging from 0 ( dry ) – 15 ( wet ). This sensor is a circuit board with interlacing gold-plated fingers. Condensation on the sensor lowers the resistance between the fingers, which is measured by a datalogger including HL20 or HL10 ...

    By Jauntering International Corporation based in Wu Gu, TAIWAN.

  • Lopac - Flow Monitor

    Two magnetically operated switches, one for the counter and one for the datalogger, are activated by the flow sensing vane. The unidirectional flow sensing vane moves to activate the above switches at all levels of flow and returns to the “off” position by gravity when flow ceases (reverse flow is not detected). The vane conforms to ...

    By Aqua Systems 2000 Inc. based in Lethbridge, ALBERTA (CANADA). from Flow Monitors Product line

  • Model Flow32-1K - Sap Flow System

    Dynagage Respected Throughout the World The Dynagage Flow32-1K Sap Flow system and Dynagage sensors have been servicing research plant scientists throughout the world for over 10 years. The Flow32-1K software makes working with Flow32-1K sap flow system easier than ever before with built-in algorithms for efficient and faster data analysis. New ...

    By Dynamax Inc based in Houston, TEXAS (USA). from Transpiration Sap Flow Product line

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    ThetaProbe - Model ML3 - Soil Moisture Measuring Set

    The Thetaprobe (ML3) soil moisture sensor (art. no.: 14.26.07.02) measures the soil moisture volume percentage by applying the Frequency Domain technique. The Thetaprobe measures the soil moisture volume percentage by measuring the changes in the dielectric constant. The changes are converted into a millivolt signal proportional to the soil ...

    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS. from In Situ Soil Physical Research Product line

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