New Mini-IR Sensor to Monitor Road Conditions

Press Release Summary:

  • Integrated with a Magellan MX500™ weather station monitoring additional meteorological data
  • Unit will be mounted on a television broadcast vehicle
  • Used in automobile testing and racing to monitor surface conditions

Original Press Release:

Mini-IR Sensor for Road Temperature Measurement

Mounted on a vehicle, this miniature infrared surface temperature sensor is an economical way to monitor road conditions. Offered by Columbia Weather Systems, this unit will be mounted on a television broadcast vehicle, and integrated with a Magellan MX500™ Weather Station monitoring additional meteorological data with a rack-mounted Weather Display Console and WeatherMaster™ Software. This IR temp sensor is also used in automobile testing and racing to monitor surface conditions.

Columbia Weather Systems integrates met sensor and monitoring options with its weather station systems in response to customer requirements. Each weather station is built to order with a choice of all-in-one and modular sensor configurations, and monitoring via proprietary Weather Display Console, computer software such as WeatherMaster™, or the Weather MicroServer™ with Internet-ready data and industrial interfaces.

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