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Rory G

  • Rory G posted a new activity comment 1 week, 2 days ago

    That’s great to hear that they’re selling as well as they are and that more are being made available. Is there any thought on if the data logger will be shipped to Canada in the future?

  • Rory G posted an update 1 week, 5 days ago

    Hey All, I was really excited to purchase a Mayfly data logger but I see that they are currently unavailable on Amazon.com which I believe is the only location where they are sold. Does anyone know if this is a regular occurrence and or when they will be made available again?

    I’d also like to ask why they can’t ship to Canada? I do live somewhat…[Read more]

    • Rory G, our Amazon stock is sold out but we should have the storefront restocked soon. Shannon Hicks recently posted this:

      Shannon Hicks replied to the topic MayFly Kit/Bee Adapter availability December 2019 in the forum Mayfly Data Logger
      14 days ago

      All the starter kits I sent to Amazon at the beginning of the month sold out within a few days…[Read more]

      • That’s great to hear that they’re selling as well as they are and that more are being made available. Is there any thought on if the data logger will be shipped to Canada in the future?

  • Rory G posted a new activity comment 1 month, 1 week ago

    Fantastic. Thanks for the response and I’m looking forward to information on their updated sensor. Let’s hope the price comes down a little bit. 🙂

  • Rory G posted an update in the group Group logo of Sensor DevelopersSensor Developers 1 month, 1 week ago

    Hi All,
    FYI, the Turbidity sensor linked to is set to be discontinued as of Dec 29th, 2019. Does anyone know if EnviroDIY is planning to specify another turbidity sensors for their set up?

    • The manufacturer of the turbidity sensors we usually use (Campbell Scientific) will be releasing a new version of their sensors soon, so we are working with them to make the appropriate changes needed to accommodate the new sensors. We’ll release more information when they announce that their new sensors are available.

      • Fantastic. Thanks for the response and I’m looking forward to information on their updated sensor. Let’s hope the price comes down a little bit. 🙂