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Pulsar 800 Weather Station comes with lightning detection option.

Press Release Summary:

Pulsar 800 Weather Station comes with lightning detection option.

Jun 24, 2017 -

Designed for meteorological applications, Pulsar 800 Weather Station offers reliable data in major conditions. Featuring Doppler radar precipitation, ultrasonic wind speed and direction, temperature, relative humidity, air pressure, solar radiation and electronic compass, unit’s sensor delivers strikes within 6.2 mile radius.

Columbia Weather Systems, Inc. - Hillsboro, OR

Original Press Release

New Pulsar Weather Station with Lightning Detection for Outdoor Safety

Press release date: Jun 22, 2017

Lightning detection is now available with the Pulsar 800 Weather Station.

“The added lightning detection feature helps customers who are concerned with public safety in their planning of a wide range of outdoor activities,” CWS President Nader Khoury explains. “This ranges from sporting events, to public concerts and outdoor military training”.

The sensor analyzes radio wave emission of the lightning and delivers a count of recognized strikes within a 10 km (6.2 mile) radius. It is designed for professional meteorological applications and provides reliable data, even in extreme conditions.

In addition to lightning detection, the Pulsar 800 includes Doppler radar precipitation, ultrasonic wind speed and direction, temperature, relative humidity, air pressure, solar radiation, and an electronic compass.

Combined, these features make the Pulsar 800 “an all-in-one source for making informed decisions regarding public safety.” Nader says.

Columbia Weather Systems manufactures weather stations in the United States for use by government agencies and industries around the world.

For more information, visit https://columbiaweather.com

Contact:

Martha Khoury

Columbia Weather Systems, Inc.

5285 NE Elam Young Pkwy

Suite C100

Hillsboro, OR, 97124-7135

Phone: 503-629-0887

Url: https://columbiaweather.com

Email: mkhoury@columbiaweather.com