In addition to spot sampling from a boat and the use of data buoys and bottom mount frames, hydrological sensors can also be mounted on measuring poles or other fixed platforms. A measuring pole usually consists of a number of parts: a data logger, a sensor and optionally a solar panel. The components can easily be mounted on a pile or at a pumping station or weir.
In addition to the examples below regarding conductivity (CTD), it is also possible to add a range of other sensors to the measuring pole. With the OMC-048 data logger, the possibilities are endless. It can process data from sensors for dissolved oxygen, algae, pH, nitrate, etc. Or data from an EXO multi-parameter probe that measures all the mentioned parameters. However, a weather station – for measuring wind, temperature, humidity, etc. – can also be easily added.
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