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Observator 100 years

NEW: MeteoLink

Thursday 10 March 2016

A Meteorological or HydroMeteorological station, normally consists of a set of sensors, depending on the required parameters, and a central (conditioning, translator, data logger) unit. In High-demanding markets each of the sensors have their own specific location and required accuracy.

MeteoLink gives users the ability to ‘link’ these sensors into one chain and has one combined output containing measurements as well as sensor specific information, such like type, serial number and runtimes. Adding sensors, analogue or provided with a serial output, was never easier using the internal browser of MeteoLink.

MeteoLink uses two kind of nodes:

  • A basic node, able to read in two RS422 signals and a sensor specific signal
  • A smart node, used at the last in chain and provided with the internal browser, in which the total chain-output is created, including parameter-labelling, calculations, output format and baud-rate.

We will launch MeteoLink at the Oceanology International 2016 (15 – 17 March 2016) in London. You can visit us during the OI 2016, stand H555!

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