LowerTemp    - lower AWS unit in canopy
TopTemp  -      upper AWS unit above canopy
LowerTH -        relative humidity in canopy
TopRH -           relative humidity above canopy
WS -                wind speed at the irrigation dam
WD -                wind direction at dam
Rain -              rain at irrigation dam
RainSum -        daily rainfall at irrigation dam 0900 - 0900 hrs.
Solar -             solar radiation sensor at dam Watts/m/m  
ETo mm
0900 - 0900 hrs
Lower LW Sum = total percentage of the day ( 0900 - 0900 ) that wet sensor indicated wetness. Expressed as a percentage of the 24 hour period.
Top LW Sum = total hours wet at ( above ) the tree canopy as above explanation

LowerLW = the period records of when the wetness sensor indicated it was wet
TopLW is the same as LowerLW

Not sure of the best way to present this. CP 25/7/2019.
Daily ETo ( 0600 - 0600 hrs )
Solar radiation
Solar = 30 minute solar radiation level ( Watts )
SDay = total solar radiation since 0600 hrs ( Watts )

Dam water level near outlet
(Distance is distance between sensor and water surface )
Delta T
Wind speed kph
at Dam
Air Temp above canopy. 2.4 M
RH above canopy
Dew Point
Scale: -5 Deg C to 20 Deg C
Red zone = Frost zone
Spray guideline - preliminary
Wind direction
at dam
Incoming solar
watts per square meter
Cumulative incoming solar
watts/m/m 0900 hrs - 0900 hrs
Dam water depth
(meters at outlet )
Dam capacity
Air Temp within  canopy. 1.0 M
Barometric pressure
(upper sensor Field 3)
Delta T - Wind speed spray guide ( preliminary )
Wind speed less than 14 kph and Delta T less than 9

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Rain mm
0900 - 0900 hrs
RH within canopy

24 hour barometric pressure trend

Inversion chart - see Delta T page

CloudLink - from the ground up

by NRI Electronics. Australia. 2477

CloudLink - from the ground up

NRI Electronics. Australia. 2477