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MaxiMet Weather Stations

Weather Stations

Weather stations allow a number of atmospheric parameters to be measured. We offer two ranges of weather stations, MaxiMet and MetPak.
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Compact, integrated weather stations for general use
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Reference grade stations with additional features for professional meteorological applications
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MetPak Weather Stations

2 Axis Wind Sensors

2-axis anemometers are widely used for measurement of wind speed and direction. We offer two ranges of 2-axis anemometers, WindSonic and WindObserver.
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Multi-purpose 2-axis wind sensors
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Precision 2-axis wind sensors View WindObserver

Ultrasonic Anemometers

3 Axis Wind Sensors

3-axis anemometers are generally used for research and scientific applications. We offer a range of precision 3-axis anemometers designed for different applications. Compare 3 axis anemometers

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High precision 3-axis wind sensors
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3-axis wind sensors for scientific applications
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Data Solutions

Intelligent Comms Hub

Our low-cost, easy to use communications gateways are capable of linking, processing, bridging, storing and streaming data between devices.
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Intelligent Communications Hub
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