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NEW: Combo package Hydromet Cloud & OTT ecoLog 500

Save costs and time-consuming trips to the measuring site as you have access to your data at any time and wherever you are.

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New: OTT SVR 100

A non-contact, compact surface water velocity radar sensor designed for measuring flow in open channels and rivers where relibale data is required.

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NEW! OTT WAD 200

The new precipitation measuring instrument that combines the advantages of a tipping and weighing system.

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Discover the NEW Lufft WS100 Precipitation Sensor

Fast, safe & absolutely maintenance-free precipitation measurement, thanks to innovative radar technology!

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NEW! Hydrolab HL7

Continuous Water Quality Data, Reliability and Usability You Can Trust

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OTT Pluvio² S

The new benchmark in precipitation measurement - the new weighing precipitation gauge OTT Pluvio² S

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OTT PLS-C

Our popular pressure level and temperature sensor, now with an added conductivity cell!

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OTT ecoLog Series

In-well groundwater monitoring solutions with remote data transmission

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OTT MF pro

Electromagnetic current meter with color handheld display

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Free Whitepaper: OTT SVR 100

Download the Whitepaper and learn more about the operation principle and benefits of surface water velocity measurement with the OTT SVR 100.

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OTT tide & weather monitoring

OTT has installed a network of tide and weather monitoring stations on the islands off the west coast of Scotland. This monitoring equipment provides live data on port conditions to enable ferry sailing decisions to be made in a timely manner.

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NEW: OTT WAD

200 Designed for subtropical and tropical climates, the self-emptying OTT WAD measures both cumulative liquid precipitation and intensity in real-time from 0.001 to 720 mm/h. With a 200 cm2 catchment area, it employs a precise weighing mechanism. Self-emptying is achieved with a tipping bucket mechanism.

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