Preserving much of the compact size and weight, low power, and reliability of its predecessor, the TACMET II is available with optional barometric pressure sensors, which have accuracies ranging from±1.50hPato±0.40hPa. The TACMET II wind direction data will automatically be oriented to magnetic North with the internal flux gate compass.
The TACMET II weather sensor is designed for maximum durability, portability, and utility, making it uniquely applicable for rapid deployment and use by one person under adverse conditions. The sensor may be mounted on a tripod or vehicle mast, and an optional internal spread spectrum radio module allows for remote location of the weather sensor.
The TACMET II weather sensor is supported by a number of accessories, including: carrying cases; hand-held displays; compact, lightweight tripods; and, depot repair and calibration fixtures.The TACMET II weather sensor has an aluminum housing and special filtering for EMI/RFI resistance.
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