Underwater Data Loggers & Sensors

Tempcon specialise in technical advice, configuration and sales of professional-quality equipment to monitor factors such as water temperature, flow, level and dissolved oxygen.

Our markets include research, industry, agriculture & horticulture, sport & leisure and the public sector. Our clients include over 120 UK universities and the Environment Agency (UK).

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Research-grade Solutions for Water Monitoring

“Communications protocols, setup and maintenance of hydrological telemetry systems are normally complex, time consuming and expensive. HOBO RX3000-based telemetry systems for hydrology, by contrast, are very easy to set-up and maintain, while being very cost-effective. The UK distributor Tempcon Instrumentation Ltd provide a very efficient and friendly delivery of ‘turn-key’ systems based on the RX3000 as well as the critical technical support for bespoke applications.” Dr Nick A Chappell – Lancaster University

Water Level Monitoring

Water resource managers, engineers, and hydrologists need to monitor groundwater and surface water levels with water level data loggers to document baseline and changing water levels over time. Water level data helps manage a variety of factors, including flood management, how much water wetlands retain, rising water rates, and whether runoff volume reduction efforts are effective. Find out more about flood water monitoring.

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Integration with Water Industry Software

The Onset HOBO RX2100 and RX3000 remote monitoring stations can provide automated data feeds to AQUARIUS Analytics Software for Water Environments.

Water Temperature Monitoring

Water temperature data is often used to help researchers determine if wetlands are adequately leveling water temperatures before entering waterways. View water temperature montoring equipment.

Water Conductivity and Dissolved Oxygen Monitoring

Logging conductivity can help identify the causes of water quality changes. Although conductivity does not tell you directly what contaminants are present, it is possible to look at the timing of conductivity changes verses other events to determine what caused the contamination. For example, if the conductivity changed after a rainfall event, it may be runoff from a nearby road that is causing problems.

Dissolved oxygen (DO) is an important indicator of water quality in a wetland, with higher DO levels indicative of an environment that can support a variety of plant and animal life, and lower levels pointing to a stressed habitat.

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