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Monitoring devices covering the entire water cycle, starting with rainfall
Ijinus offers a range of self-powered rain gauges, which conform to regulatory requirements. The sensors can anticipate overflows on the sanitation networks, which would pose a risk to the pumping stations and the environment. They can also be used in temporary rainfall measurement programmes.
Compact and easy to install, Ijinus rain gauges are an essential component in the armoury of a water network operator, making their task easier thanks to the transmission of data to a centralised web platform.
of combined waste water/rainwater networks
of rainwater-only networks
of rain per hour: the threshold for heavy rainfall that poses a risk of flooding
Innovative solutions for sanitation network performance
Really simple to set up and install, the RG20 or RG25, paired with a datalogger, can be used equally well in temporary or permanent rainfall monitoring programmes. The rain gauge is connected to a logger which records the local data by radio, or on a remote surveillance tool. This ‘tipping bucket’ rain gauge consists of a funnel collector with two calibrated containers designed to prevent the rain from splashing internally or externally, as recommended by the WMO (World Meteorological Organization). The data can be logged either by time stamping the bucket tips, or based on cumulative rainfall, and the device can be programmed to issue alerts.