An autonomous weather station’s weather sensor is a part that locates hydrometeors and assesses their type (rain, snow, drizzle, etc.) and strength. Similar to a bistatic radar, it operates by observing the movement of flakes or droplets between a transmitter and a sensor.
In automatic weather stations, these tools are used to replicate the observations made by a human observer. They come with interpretation restrictions but allow for quick reporting of any change in precipitation type and intensity.
The need for sensors with a high level of precision, dependability, and toughness is growing as manual observations become less and less necessary.
The efficacy of the meteorologist analysis and forecast products is directly impacted by the sensor quality, which is a crucial component of any observational network.
The Global Weather sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
SenseCAP announced the launch of the S700 7-in-1 Compact Weather Sensor, one of the SenseCAP ONE series of products. The S700 7-in-1 Weather Sensor measures the following weather parameters: air temperature, relative humidity, barometric pressure, light intensity, visual rainfall, wind speed, and ultrasonic wind direction. It is most suited for use in harsh environments like the outdoors, in agriculture, or in smart cities.
The goods are made in accordance with industry requirements, are IP66 rated, and have great robustness, high dependability, and high precision.
The RS485/RS422 (Modbus) and SDI-12 interfaces are supported by the SenseCAP ONE series, making it simple to add additional sensors to those interfaces.
With the Sensor Hub 4G Data Logger, SenseCAP ONE sensors are compatible. Easy to deploy and long-lasting for use in the outdoors’ tough conditions, SenseCAP ONE.
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