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Meteorology Sensors Overview

Weather conditions are often an integral element in water resource and irrigation management applications. Weather parameters are frequently used in understanding and modeling environmental applications that are dependent on water resources. Stevens provides top quality and industry leading weather sensors that are easily deployed into an integrated environmental monitoring and control system. Here is an …

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Lufft WS-800

Lufft WS-800 Multiparameter Weather Sensor Features Specifications Downloads Shop & Inquire Integrated design with ventilated radiation protection for measuring: Air temperature, relative humidity, precipitation intensity, precipitation type, precipitation quantity, solar radiation, lightning detection, air pressure, wind direction and wind speed. One external temperature sensor is connectable. First and only all-in-one compact weather sensor with lightning …

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Lufft WS-500

Lufft WS-500 Multiparameter Weather Sensor Features Specifications Downloads Shop & Inquire Integrated design with ventilated radiation protection for measuring: Air temperature, relative humidity, air pressure, wind direction and wind speed. One external temperature or rain sensor is connectable. All-in-one housing concept of a compact weather sensor combining 5 measurement parameters in one housing with only …

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R. M. Young 05103

R. M. Young 05103 Wind Speed/Direction Sensor Features Specifications Downloads Shop & Inquire The 05103 Wind Monitor is a high performance wind sensor. Rugged, corrosion-resistant construction makes it ideal for a wide range of wind measuring applications. The wind speed sensor is a four blade helicoid propeller. Propeller rotation produces an AC sine wave voltage …

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Met One 50.5

Met One 50.5 Ultrasonic Wind Speed/Direction Sensor Features Specifications Downloads Shop & Inquire The 50.5 Solid State Wind Sensor is a continuation of the development work started with NOAA on sonic wind sensors over 25 years ago. This sensor design contains the same wind distortion algorithm and factoring that has been proven and accepted in …

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