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New MaxiMet Compact Weather Stations Brochure

New Gill MaxiMet compact weather stations brochure

Gill design and manufacture one of the most extensive ranges of weather stations and ultrasonic anemometers in the industry, trusted in some of the most demanding applications. Among the Gill products is the MaxiMet range of compact, integrated, multi-parameter weather stations. Please see our new brochure for a summary of the latest MaxiMet range.

In addition to descriptions of what the range offers and a chart to clearly show the MaxiMet models, the brochure outlines the support that Gill provides with all MaxiMets including application support, technical support and software.

If you have questions or a project requiring high performance meteorological sensors, please get in touch.



New Gill MaxiMet compact weather stations brochure


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