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Our Flood Warning Systems are configured around a datalogger such as the CR200 for basic systems or the CR1000 for multi-parameter stations. Campbell loggers have been field proven for their reliability, robustness and low power consumption in thousands of applications around the world. They are capable of measuring most any type or make of sensor including pressure transducers, shaft encoders, bubblers and ultrasonic distance sensors for water level measurements. Programmed algorithms in the logger can calculate hourly or daily minimums, maximums, averages, totals, flow or any other statistical value. Data is stored on the logger which can be interrogated either directly or via a variety of remote options. The system does not require mains power but can run easily from a solar panel with a back-up battery allowing extended unattended monitoring.
More complex and customised systems can be configured through the integration of additional sensors to measure soil moisture, water quality, or meteorological conditions. We can upgrade older stations, even those from other manufacturers, with the latest datalogger and transmitter, often allowing you to use the same sensors and standpipe or enclosure.
We offer a wide choice of communication methods including GSM/GPRS, Ethernet, Fixed line modems, satellites etc. For those regions where the ALERT protocol is used we also offer system which fully comply with that too.
A flood warning network that uses LoggerNet software takes advantage the latest in network management software. LoggerNet is a client/server software program used for managing large networks of monitoring stations. A LoggerNet-based system is a viable solution to flood warning applications because of the speed with which LoggerNet can poll multiple stations and the speed and versatility with which LoggerNet can make the data available to multiple interested parties. For example, DIAD has a client that links DIADvisor to the LoggerNet server.
When a "send data" command is broadcast to a group of remote stations, the stations transmit predefined data to the LoggerNet server in their own time window. Transmission windows can be as short as 100 mS, allowing multiple sites to be polled per second. As the data is collected, LoggerNet clients can access it from LANs or via the Internet, making data available to multiple users/agencies in near real time.
To meet customer needs, other resources and communications options can be combined with flood warning systems. Commonly, local governments will combine resources to obtain the best possible system. In other situations, federal agencies can be involved to increase system coverage and robustness, and even help with the budget. For example, GOES satellite transmitters can be added to stations to provide automated data archival through the National Weather Service (NOAA/NESDIS) and the US Geological Survey. Multiple purpose data collection systems bring to bear the resources and expertise of environmental data experts.
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Most Campbell Scientific systems are built from individual components. This provides maximum flexibility for our customers, but it does not lend itself to pricing a "typical" system. Contact Campbell Scientific for assistance in pricing a system to meet the unique needs of the application.