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METER Environment

MEASURE THE
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CONTINUUM

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Why ZENTRA cuts research time in half

ZENTRA is a complete system of sensors, loggers, and software that are easily deployed, require little maintenance, and put near-real-time data at your fingertips.

 

Products & Accessories

Get an overview of our latest products and enter the world of research made easy.

JUST RELEASED: 2 NEW LOGGERS

Our newest data loggers give you incredibly easy access to your data—any way you like it.

METER SUPPORTS TAHMO

Trans-African Hydro-Meteorological Observatory (TAHMO) is a not-for-profit organization. TAHMO makes high-quality data freely available to governments, scientists and farmers in real time.

Connect everything. Miss nothing.

ZENTRA Cloud and the ZL6 data logger work together to simplify your ability to visualize, manage, and share measurements from up to six different types of sensors.

With METER’s multi-parameter sensors, you can potentially visualize dozens of different near-real-time measurements at once. Add more ZL6’s to your site, and you can track even more measurements.

 

Soil moisture sensing—reinvented

The TEROS 12 goes beyond merely optimizing the reading to optimize the accuracy of the whole data set. It combines consistent, flawless installation, minimal sensor-to-sensor variability, and a large volume of influence to deliver performance, accuracy, and reliability at a price you can afford.

DISCOVER ALL ATMOS INSTRUMENTS

As world experts in soil-plant-atmosphere measurements, we developed the ATMOS weather and climate product line without any moving parts to keep it reliable and simple.

 
 

Only using partial curves? Get what you’ve been missing.

Now, generate complete high-resolution moisture release curves across the entire moisture range. It’s easy. Start with the WP4C, then just add HYPROP. Mix in data from the KSAT to add a full hydraulic conductivity curve.

Knowledge Base & Webinar

Combining in situ soil moisture with satellite data for improved irrigation recommendations

How researchers are combining in situ, drone, and satellite measurements to extract key information and how these data can be connected across scales.

Soil Hydraulic Properties—8 Ways You Can Unknowingly Compromise Your Data

If your data are skewed in the wrong direction, your predictions will be off, and erroneous recommendations or decisions could end up costing you. Leo Rivera discusses common mistakes and best practices.