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Displaying 1 - 5 of 5 articles tagged with: VSPECT

A Closer Look: Resolving Dam Data Discrepancies

Author: Eric Schmidt | Last Updated: 03/05/2024 | Comments: 0

a closer look: resolving dam data discrepancies

Did you read our Southwest: Solving the Mystery of Erroneous Dam Monitoring Data case study? Want to get some more details? In this article, we’re going to take a closer look at that case study. If you haven’t read the case study yet, please do... read more

5 Things a VWAnalyzer Can Do for You

Author: Jacqalyn Maughan | Last Updated: 08/29/2023 | Comments: 0

5 things a vwanalyzer can do for you

You may not realize just how helpful our handheld instrumentation can be—especially when it makes it easy for you to test your vibrating wire sensors, saving you time and money if a failed sensor is identified prior to installation. Let’s dive deeper into the five... read more

Use VSPECT® to Verify: Bad Sensors or Bad Data?

Author: Jacqalyn Maughan | Last Updated: 04/06/2023 | Comments: 0

use vspect<sup>®</sup> to verify: bad sensors or bad data?

Have you ever thought your bad vibrating-wire sensor measurements were caused by erratic or erroneous data? You may be surprised to learn that data issues may not be the cause. If you are using a data-acquisition system other than one of the Campbell Scientific family... read more

How to Obtain Vibrating Wire Measurements in Environments with High Electromagnetic Noise

Author: Timothy Jeppsen | Last Updated: 10/07/2020 | Comments: 0

how to obtain vibrating wire measurements in environments with high electromagnetic noise

In 1997, I had my first introduction to using vibrating wire piezometers to measure groundwater fluctuations. A large engineering firm was monitoring water level to ensure that construction of a large pipeline through the San Bernardino Mountains was not intruding on the groundwater. I was... read more

Why Should You Use a Vibrating Wire Data Logger?

Author: Robin Deissinger | Last Updated: 02/14/2018 | Comments: 0

why should you use a vibrating wire data logger?

In this short interview, Josh Brown, Market Product Manager of the Infrastructure Group, shares some of the benefits of using a vibrating wire data logger, such as the CRVW3 3-Channel Vibrating Wire Datalogger. Josh was interviewed by Robin Deissinger, the blog editor. Interview Q&A What is... read more