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ITRC Report No. R 99-005.
District Application of Hand Held Data Recorder Technology
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A hand held data recorder (HHDR) enables a district to collect field data in a quick and virtually error-free manner. The data gathered with HHDRs depend on each district's needs: meter readings-totalizer, meter flow rates, crop type and double crop tracking, crop growth stage, meter status, maintenance codes for meter repairs, maintenance codes for meter area, water use type, pump runtimes, weather data, and power meter readings.
Irrigation Training & Research Center. 1999. District Application of Hand Held Data Recorder Technology. ITRC, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California, USA. ITRC Report No. R 99-005. 3 pp.
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