Vomax Instrumentation

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Vomax design and manufacture innovative agricultural equipment from our South Australian HQ. Our weather, application and moisture sensing systems are loved by farmers around the world.

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Gazeeka WeatherBox takes realtime, onsite weather data from the field to your phone in an instant. With a multitude of sensors, GPS and cellular connection, the WeatherBox is purpose built for both remote and tractor-mounted applications.

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ATTENTION AUSTRALIAN GAZEEKA CUSTOMERS. HERE IT IS! 

The all new Gazeeka Hay Range Buyer’s Guide. Featuring all the latest information on all your favourite Gazeeka products and the first glimpse at some exciting new products & features for 2021.

Whether you want the latest on the newest features of the Gazeeka 870, 180 and WeatherBox, or a better understanding on what’s new for 2021, this is the guide to read.  

Check it out now!
https://vomax.com.au/gazeeka-hay-range/

ATTENTION AUSTRALIAN GAZEEKA CUSTOMERS. HERE IT IS!

The all new Gazeeka Hay Range Buyer’s Guide. Featuring all the latest information on all your favourite Gazeeka products and the first glimpse at some exciting new products & features for 2021.

Whether you want the latest on the newest features of the Gazeeka 870, 180 and WeatherBox, or a better understanding on what’s new for 2021, this is the guide to read.

Check it out now!
vomax.com.au/gazeeka-hay-range/
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Feb 2nd

Multiple Data Overlay (MDO). MDO allows users to select any variation of data sets and display them all on the same graph. A great use for MDO could be monitoring your dry-drown rate, to accurately determine when your hay is ready to bale. Like you can see in the graph featured, temperature, wind and solar radiation, which are key elements when tracking dry-down, are being viewed over the last 132hrs to monitor the condition of the hay and to determine the next potential baling window. 

Using your cursor, you can slide along the graph and utilise the “moment picker” to observe all data recorded for that particular moment in time. The data display is headlined with a date/time stamp from the WeatherBox GPS, so you know exactly when the data set was collected.

Multiple Data Overlay (MDO). MDO allows users to select any variation of data sets and display them all on the same graph. A great use for MDO could be monitoring your dry-drown rate, to accurately determine when your hay is ready to bale. Like you can see in the graph featured, temperature, wind and solar radiation, which are key elements when tracking dry-down, are being viewed over the last 132hrs to monitor the condition of the hay and to determine the next potential baling window.

Using your cursor, you can slide along the graph and utilise the “moment picker” to observe all data recorded for that particular moment in time. The data display is headlined with a date/time stamp from the WeatherBox GPS, so you know exactly when the data set was collected.
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Dec 21st

The first feature we are going to look at is the Delta T visual function. This is for our users that mount their WeatherBox on their sprayer and use the data for their spray logs. 

Here you can see that we have selected the last 10 days, from the graph zoom presets. The colour shading helps to easily depict when the Delta T is within or outside of the safe zone, in the selected period. The moment picker (explained in a subsequent post) can then be used to see all recorded data from that particular point in time.

The first feature we are going to look at is the Delta T visual function. This is for our users that mount their WeatherBox on their sprayer and use the data for their spray logs.

Here you can see that we have selected the last 10 days, from the graph zoom presets. The colour shading helps to easily depict when the Delta T is within or outside of the "safe zone", in the selected period. The moment picker (explained in a subsequent post) can then be used to see all recorded data from that particular point in time.
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Dec 17th

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Matthew Dunning

Welcome to the new WeatherBox User Portal! Over the next couple of days we are going to take you through a few of the new features.

We are very excited about what this platform is going to offer, especially as we push into the future.

Now live at https://gazeeka.com.au/weatherbox/login.php.

Welcome to the new WeatherBox User Portal! Over the next couple of days we are going to take you through a few of the new features.

We are very excited about what this platform is going to offer, especially as we push into the future.

Now live at gazeeka.com.au/weatherbox/login.php.
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Dec 16th

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