meteorological instruments Equipment in St. Helena

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Mierij Meteo - Datalogger Unit Control System for Meteorological Stations and Systems

by Mierij Meteo Nederland     based in De Bilt, NETHERLANDS

The Mierij Meteo Datalogger Unit MU 32 is the base control system for Meteorological stations and systems. The set up of the MU 32 Datalogger Unit is flexible. The base unit can be extended with the options / interfaces needed for your application.

Felix - Model FT5002 - High Precision Pressure Sensor

by Felix Technology Inc.     based in Concord, ONTARIO (CANADA)

High Precision Pressure Sensor FT5002 uses a capacitive ceramic sensing element to measure barometric pressure . FT5000 has a very fast response with excellent repeatability and long term stability. This pressure sensor is compact, light and also with low power consumption. A 4-wire connection used to connect the sensor to a data acquisition ...

Felix - High-Grade Precipitation Gauge for Automatic Weather Station

by Felix Technology Inc.     based in Concord, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The accurate measurement of rain and snow precipitation remains one of the most basic elements of hydrological and meteorology studies. The FT7360 Precipitation Gauge has been designed to measure rainfall and precipitation in remote and unattended locations. The FT7360 is a high quality instrument that provides accurate measurements with long term ...

iMETOS - Model pro - Weather Station

by Umwelt-Geräte-Technik GmbH (UGT)     based in Müncheberg, GERMANY

The iMETOS® pro weather stations can be equipped with up to 80 sensors, and can therefore deal with almost all established micro meteorological challenges.

Pawan Exports - Pilot/Ceiling Meteorological (Weather) Balloons

by Pawan Exports     based in Kasarwadi, INDIA

Ceiling Balloons are usually used for applications such as determination of cloud base height. Ceiling type meteorological balloons are available in a red, black and white colour for easier optical tracking and sighting in various weather conditions. The ascent of these weather balloons is tracked using optical instruments such as a theodolite. ...

Meteorological Stations

by Opsis AB     based in Furulund, SWEDEN

We do supply meteorological monitoring instrumentation for measurements of: wind parameters: propeller and ultrasonic sensors (2-3 axis), temperature, solar radiation, rain, barometric pressure, humidity.

Davis - Model II - Rain Collector

by Davis Instruments Corp.     based in Hayward, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Designed to meet the guidelines of the World Meteorological Organization, our self-emptying tipping-bucket design is exceptionally accurate. Used to display daily and accumulated rainfall on our weather stations as well as rate of rainfall when available on select weather stations. Comes with 40' (12 m) standard cable.

Meteorological Sensors

by Automasjon and Data AS     based in Sandnes, NORWAY

Meteorological sensors normally includes sensors to measure Air Temperature, Air Humidity and Barometric Pressure. Rainfall sensors, Solar Radiation and others can also be included. A+D can deliver sensors from different manufacturers with different qualities, however only those robust enough to survive the harsh conditions offshore will ...

Model T-200B - All Weather Precipitation Gauges

by GEONOR, Inc.     based in Augusta, NEW JERSEY (USA)

The T-200 precipitation gauge was developed more than 25 years ago for all weather precipitation monitoring. It was designed in cooperation with the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and the Norwegian Geotechnical Institute.  Precipitation can be reported in real-time at any interval to calculate the intensity. The precipitation gauge is ...

Felix - Solar Farm Weather Monitoring Station

by Felix Technology Inc.     based in Concord, ONTARIO (CANADA)

A Solar Farm Weather Monitoring Station is a meteorological station at which common meteorological sensors are mounted on a tripod or lattice or mono-pole mast. The meteorological data are then stored in a data logger and can be transmitted to a remote server automatically. This configuration is used to increase the number and also reliability of ...

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