Meteorological Instruments

Meteorological Instruments

1. Weather Monitoring Station

Weather variables such as wind speed and direction, air temperature, humidity and rainfall may all be important factors in determining the course of a wide range of events. Weather monitoring is also important not just in defining the present climate, but also for detecting changes in climate and providing the data to input into models which enable us to predict future changes in our environment. The demand for weather data, usually on an hourly or more frequent timescale, has increasingly been met by the development and widespread deployment of automatic weather stations.

Features:
  • Field proven in severe weather conditions.
  • Unattended weather recording at remote and exposed sites.
  • Wide choice of sensors and accessories.
  • Imported sensors with high accuracy.
  • Large inbuilt memory for data logging.
  • USB communication.
  • GPRS enabled web telemetry for wireless data transmission to any server.
  • IP 65 rated enclosure.
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