Aanderaa GeoView is part of the Aanderaa Real-Time Solution. This gives the user vast opportunities for interfacing meteorological, oceanographpic, or other environmental research equipment in a networked solution giving access to data real-time.
A sensor for measuring the average and maximum wind speed (gust) during the sampling interval.
The sensor is designed for use with Aanderaa Dataloggers 3634/3660 and the Aanderaa Automatic Weather Station 2700.
A sensor for measuring average wind direction in a sampling interval. It is designed to be used with Aanderaa Sensor Scanning Units, Data loggers or display units.
The sensor shows outstanding performance as it has practically no hysteresis, no temperature drift and no ageing.
The sensor has many applications both indoors and outdoors and it is one of several atmospheric sensors made by Aanderaa Data Instruments.
Visibility in the atmosphere is of great interest for road and sea traffic and in aviation. The MIRA Visibility Sensor 3544 is designed to fulfill the demand for a small, low power unit to be operated with Aanderaa Measuring Stations. Visibility is often limited by fog and haze and the sensor is designed to detect these factors.
SmartGuard is the next generation sensor and instrument HUB for Ocean, Lake, Reservoir, Estuary and River Hydrometric stations. It's a complete observatory node for advanced Hydrologic/Meteorological stations as well as for small stand alone stations.
Global Water's highly accurate Barometric Pressure Sensor covers a pressure range from 800 to 1100 mb. The barometric pressure transmitter is fully temperature compensated within an operating range of -40° to 65° C. The barometric pressure sensors are attached to 25 ft of marine grade cable, with lengths up to 500 ft available upon request. The barometric pressure transmitter's output is 4-20 mA with a two wire configuration.
This precision Solar Radiation sensor or pyranometer includes a bubble level, leveling screws and mounting hardware for easy installation. Global Water's Solar Radiation sensors use a high stability silicon photovoltaic (PV) detector (blue enhanced) to obtain accurate readings. The solar radiation sensors are attached to 25 ft of marine grade cable, with lengths up to 500 ft available upon request. The pyranometer's output is 4-20 mA with a two wire configuration.