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Hawk FAQ

See the Hawk product page and technical specs on our website for full device details

https://www.digitalmatter.com/devices/hawk/ 

Some FAQ below:

Can the Hawk be used with a solar panel?
Yes, the Hawk is fitted with a 3500mAh back up battery, and charging circuitry. A solar panel can be connected directly to the external power input on the device, and will charge the battery. A 12V panel, 5W min is required. For example https://www.jaycar.com.au/12v-10w-solar-panel-with-clips/p/ZM9051. See Connect a Solar Panel to the Hawk
What is the fastest pulse frequency which can be counted?
Around 50Hz - ensure to test thoroughly higher pulse rates to ensure that none are missed.
How many records can the Hawk store in flash?
The number of records is dependant on what sensors are used. If an SDI-12 probe is used, more space is used per record. 

If using an SDI-12 probe, the Hawk can store approximately 40 000 records

Otherwise, it can store approximately 80 000 records - that is nearly 1 year of records taken every 10 minutes!

What is the cable gland clamping range?
To ensure waterproof cable entry into the housing, the diameter of the cable used should be between 2.5mm - 6.5mm. It should also be an extruded cable with 2 or more cores.

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