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Technical Report WRD92039 Viewed at 15:07:17 on 29/07/2010 Page 158 of 192. difference between logged readings was 20rnm and in the S second case, was only Smm then the loggers response time (to within 5rnm) would be between 2 and 5 seconds.) If the cesults are unacceptable, the test should be repeated at a minimum of S different depths, with the probe held at each depth for 3 minutes, after being moved by at least 3m, to confirm the problem. After the problem is confirmed, the logger and transducer must be tested individually, as set out below (Section C2.S) although in this case the problem would be expected to be due to the transducer rather than the logger.
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