General Purpose Weather Station

Met One Instruments’ General Purpose Weather Station is specifically designed for monitoring ambient meteorological conditions. It is available in pre-packaged configurations for fast delivery; yet is easily customized with additional sensors and accessories to suit many measurement applications.

The General Purpose Weather Station includes high quality meteorological sensors, all required signal cables and mounting hardware, an expandable tripod, and a data acquisition system or signal translator. The system can be powered by AC or DC power, or by an optional solar power system.

FEATURES

  • Pre-configured for quick delivery
  • Easily customized
  • Low Power
  • WMO & EPA compliant sensors
  • Rapid deployment by one person
  • Ethernet, serial RS-232/485/MODBUS, Analog (0-1/0-5), Current (4-20 mA) and Cloud output options

MEASUREMENTS

  • Wind Speed
  • Wind Direction
  • Ambient Temperature
  • Relative Humidity
  • Barometric Pressure
  • Rain (optional)
  • Solar Radiation (optional)
  • Visibility (optional)

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APPLICATIONS:

  • Ambient Monitoring
  • Dust Monitoring
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Fenceline Monitoring
  • Mining & Ore Processing
  • Climate Research
  • Renewable Energy
applications

Meteorological

brand

MetOne

industries

Automotive, Bio Energy, Bioprocessing, Chemical, Environmental & water treatment, Fermentations, Fertilizer, Food & Beverages, Forensics, Hospital, Laboratories, Marine, Petrochemical, Pharmaceutical & Bio Pharma, Polymers, Power Plants, Pulp & Paper, Refinery, Security, customs, fire department, drug agencies, Semi-Conductor, Steel Plants, Sterilization, Universities, Waste Water