The OTT stand (No. 126) at WWEM 2016 will provide the first opportunity for visitors to see the new HydroCycle PO4, the latest version of the Cycle-P remote, battery powered, dissolved phosphate monitor.
Designed for long-term high frequency monitoring of remote locations, the HydroCycle PO4 can be left unattended for long periods, testing up to 1,500 samples between service/reagent change.
Onboard calibration with QA/QC processing and an internal datalogger ensure the reliable collection of accurate data, and telemetry options provide data access without frequent site visits.
The latest version of the advanced Pluvio2 weighing raingauge will also be on show, offering access to precipitation intensity data as well as total rainfall measurements. The real-time nature of the Pluvio2 measurements are making this a popular choice with regulatory authorities and those responsible for flood management.
Following recent company acquisitions by the OTT Hydromet Group, new products from Sutron and Lufft will be available.
OTT will also run two Workshops on ‘Phosphate monitoring’ and ‘Low-maintenance real-time precipitation monitoring.’
OTT Hydrometry manufactures products that enable water professionals to monitor the planet's most precious resource. Through the delivery of accurate reliable data, OTT's instruments and services provide essential tools to help protect the environment.
From precipitation through surface and ground water to marine monitoring applications, OTT's measurement and communication technologies provide a complete picture of the water cycle.
Adcon Telemetry was acquired in 2011, and Sutron and Lufft joined the OTT Hydromet Group in 2015, which means that the company is able to offer the best sensors and data handling technology for every application.
Completely focused on hydro-meteorology and water quality, OTT products have been market leaders for over 140 years and coupled with modern communications technology provide remote access to continuous monitoring data.