Electric field sensors measure the local, atmospheric electric field at the earths’ surface and the fluctuations in field strength. By monitoring the field strength, the potential for cloud-to-ground (CG) lightning discharges can be detected, and advance warning can be made when conditions are becoming favorable for lightning.
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The CS110 is used for lightning warning applications and in research applications for measuring the local electric field....read more
The SG000 is an optical-coincidence lightning sensor that detects actual lightning strikes for up to 20 miles away. Available as an option for our CS110 Electric Field Meter, the SG000 Strike Guard is...read more
The RA100 Remote Strobe and Siren Alarm provides visual and audible signals of alarm or status conditions. The red, amber, and blue strobes are SAE Class II LED beacons with a 100,000 hour rated lifet...read more
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