All sensors combined in one compact unit.
MS900C is the compact outdoor meteorological station for the LCC climate computer series. Six high quality sensors for measuring conditions outside are mounted on a boom. The sensors measure the outside temperature, wind direction, wind speed, solar radiation, light intensity and rain.
As an option, outdoor humidity can also be measured. The outside temperature sensor is screened so that solar radiation and rain does not inﬂuence the sensor. The sensors have been placed on a boom so that no shadows reach the sensors, which could interfere with the measurements.
Weather data to all computer units in the net
The boom is placed on a mast so that exposure to shadow and false wind is avoided. There must also be easy access for inspection. The weather sensors are virtually maintenance free; only the rain sensor requires cleaning twice per year.
To distribute the signals from the weather sensors to the LCC climate computers, the MS900C is equipped with the weather transmitter and the Completa System, the weather station has been equipped with an alarm in the event of sensor and power failures.
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