MK-III Sensor Assembly

400 foot wireless Range

The MK-III sensor assembly has been designed to offer improved durability and serviceability. This sleek new design is 33 inches high and weighs just over 7 pounds. It is the most accurate, durable and easiest to install weather station available. The solar charged battery supply is guaranteed to provide continuous operation below 60 degrees latitude. The MK III will operate for at least 60 days without sun. Since there is no connection between the sensors and the power line, damage from thunderstorms is virtually eliminated and the sensors are immune to power line voltage surges. The initial sensor calibrations for wind, temperature, relative humidity and barometric pressure are traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology. The passive solar shield for the temperature and humidity sensors are modeled after the ones designed by the National Weather Service. All materials used in the sensor assembly and weather instruments have been chosen for their durability and resistance to weathering and corrosion. All of our weather station hardware is stainless steel. The station is fabricated from fiberglass and structural PVC and is ultra-violet inhibited. The optional Mono Mount is made from powder coated steel and is supplied with bolts for mounting.

 

Rainwise MKIII Sensors with integrated Rain gauge

The Rainwise MK-III weather station is preferred by customers for its wireless technology. The station installs easily in 15 minutes. The viewing console is located within the customerís building or home. The wireless technology can not go through many layers of walls, concrete, or metal to a console or computer interface. This station includes the standard sensors for recording wind direction and speed, relative humidity, barometric pressure, and indoor and outdoor temperature. A rain gauge is an option. It can move easily. The self-generated solar power is an advantage where electricity is unavailable.

Rainwise MK-III weather stations are installed at military bases, many elementary, middle and high schools, a charter fishing office, a mining facility, landfills, nature conservatories, emergency management facilities, construction sites, farms, construction sites, water treatment facilities, chemical production plants, Department of Agriculture sites, a dairy, a state park, golf courses, fire stations and fire watch stations, TV stations, radio stations, power plants, police stations, the EPA and the National Weather Service. It is a favorite of schools and serious weather enthusiasts.

Where many users need access to the data received by the weather station, Weather View 32 software is available in the Client version. This feature is often used by Emergency Management Agencies and locations with many uses for the weather data. More information.

Organizations with a closed circuit television system, all indoor offices, and TV stations use Weather View 32 Broadcast Licensed with Slide Show to deliver weather data combined with advertising, in office messages, updates in a PowerPoint style slide show. The Slide Show version displays text and images for up to 30 seconds at a time, uses complicated image style changes and displays the next image in series. This version is available for Trial by calling 503-864-3217

 

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