Isodaq Log2Net Rainfall Logging System CHESTERLAND, OH — The Isodaq Log2Net rainfall logging system offers a low-cost solution for acquiring measurements logged at remote sites for real-time monitoring applications. At the heart of the Isodaq solution is the Isodaq Tadpole GPRS data logger which connects to a choice of rain gauges, specially selected from quality... Read More
Available as option for Weather MicroServer which can be used with any CWS weather station model, Snow Level Sensor transmits ultrasonic pulsed sound wave through air to meet reflective object, such as snow. When sound wave makes contact with target, it bounces back toward sensor, which records time required for sound wave to travel to target and return. Using speed of sound, sensor calculates distance to object. Read More
STORM Guardian™ logs rainfall data from remote locations to predict if flood conditions are present. Using GPRS antenna, unit transmits rainfall data to TimeView™ website so that users can access information in real-time. Tipping bucket rain gauge system features rugged, non-corrosive construction and is powered by field-replaceable lithium battery packs that last for up to 7 years. Bucket size can be set at 0.1, 0.2, or 0.5 mm of rainfall with ±2% accuracy at .25 gph.
Based on same principle used in automotive windshield wiper control systems, RG-11 Optical Rain Gauge is sensitive to even tiny amounts of rain, and stops sensing when rain stops, without having to wait for water to evaporate. Device may be set as On/Off indicator or used to emulate tipping bucket where qualitative measurement of rainfall rate is desired. Immune to external contaminants, sensor is suitable for greenhouses, agriculture, and louver vents. Read More
Vaisala has signed a contract with a long standing customer for upper air observation products. The value of the contract is 6.7 million euros. The deliveries start in November 2011 and end in 2013.<4444>Radiosondes are meteorological devices that are used to measure pressure, temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction in the upper atmosphere. The radiosonde reaches an altitude of up to 30... Read More