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Given our growing network of remote monitoring systems the need for reliable portable power sources has never been greater. The ubiquitous nature of the sun makes portable solar chargers an obvious choice to provide power in areas where grid power is not available. Whether you are powering single sensors, or a complete environmental station your access to a reliable power source is critical to ensuring the data you are collecting is captured and saved.

There are many solar chargers on the market these days. Some are very inexpensive. It is important to make sure you select a solar charger that is rugged, weather resistant, will operate effectively in low light conditions and will not overheat or overcharge your electronic device.

People have relied on rain gauges for a long time, but thanks to advanced technology, you now have the option of using a high-tech rain gauge sensor that is more accurate and efficient. Even better, you can integrate the best rain gauge into your grounds automation system for your company, which in turn, provides several critical benefits.

When first introduced, industrial automated systems required special configurations for power and output. That meant that a specialist had to come up with innovative solutions. Today, things have changed dramatically. The systems available today, including wind monitoring instruments, a wind speed and direction sensor, rainfall gauge, and more use standard configurations for both power and output.

Building automation sensors provide tremendous benefits. However, some sensors used in industrial automation require special connectivity, which creates problems. Fortunately, you can purchase top-quality industrial automation sensors, which use standard power and output configurations, including wind speed and direction anemometers, environmental temperature sensors, and more.

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