Present weather sensors use a laser-based technology to measure the size and velocity of water droplets in the air to determine visibility, measure precipitation rate, and identify precipitation type (for example, drizzle, rain, snow, and hail). These sensors are often incorporated in automatic weather stations for road, marine, and airport applications.
The PWS100 is a laser-based sensor that measures precipitation and visibility by accurately determining the size and velocity of water droplets in the air. It can be used in weather stations in road a...read more
The CS125 is an infrared forward-scatter visibility and present weather sensor for stand-alone use or with automatic weather stations including those for road, marine, and airport applications. The CS...read more
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