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Weather monitoring system configuration for Madonna University from Columbia Weather Systems ~ manufacturing professional weather stations for meteorological research and environmental monitoring for ...

Weather monitoring system configuration for Madonna University from Columbia Weather Systems ~ manufacturing professional weather stations for meteorological research and environmental monitoring for industries and public agencies.

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    • Capricorn 2000EX™ Weather Station Madonna University Columbia Weather Systems, Inc. www.ColumbiaWeather.com
      • System Components
      • Sensors
        • Wind speed and direction
        • Temperature and humidity in Radiation Shield
        • Barometric Pressure in Control Module
        • Solar Radiation
        • Rain Gauge
      • MicroServer
      • WeatherMaster Software
      • Sensors:
      • Wind Speed and Direction
      • Durable aluminum/stainless steel sensor
      • 360-degree wind direction resolution (2-degree) and high accuracy
      • Low threshold, displays as low as 1 mph
      • Sensors: Temp and RH
      • Temperature - digital, semiconductor-type probe
      • Relative Humidity - capacitance sensor
      • Self-Aspirating Radiation Shield - protects sensors from incident radiation from either direct sunlight or proximate surfaces
    • Sensors: BP in Control Module Barometric Pressure - a silicon shear stress strain gauge, integrates on-chip, bipolar op amp circuitry and thin film resistor networks to provide a high level analog output signal and true temperature compensation Control Module - houses BP and acquires data from all sensors
    • Sensors: Solar Radiation Measures the shortwave radiation reaching the Earth's surface, measured in Watts m -2 .
    • Sensors: Rainfall Tipping bucket electric rain gauge - collector funnel with a knife edge diverts rainwater to a tipping bucket mechanism. For each tip, a magnet causes an electronic pulse that is recorded. Spent water drains out of the bottom of the housing
      • MicroServer
      • Data logger
      • Internet user interface
      • Network access for computers with WeatherMaster
      • Auto-upload to web page, CWOP and Weather Underground
      • WeatherMaster
      • Real-time data monitoring
      • Calculated parameters
      • Email/text reports
      • Graphing
      • Min/max
      • Some Other Interesting Applications
      • David Schultz Airshows
      • Wildland Firefighting
      • Resource Center for
      • Homeland Security
      • (shown left at Kentucky Derby)
      • Get a quote for your own professional weather station from
      • Columbia Weather Systems.
      • Call 1 888 508-7375 or visit www.ColumbiaWeather.com