AirMar Technology debuts new product series

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AirMar Technology is adding a weather monitoring product line that will come at an affordable price.

The WX Series WeatherStation product line provides real-time, site-specific weather information at a more competitive price than has been offered in the past, the Milford, N.H.-based company said in a release.

The Airmar WX Series instruments offer true and apparent wind speed and direction in one compact housing without the need for additional sensors, according to the press release. Depending on the model, as many as seven different sensors are included, all with no moving parts.

Ideal for stationary applications, the 100WX and 110WX models offer apparent wind speed and direction, air temperature and barometric pressure readings.

For moving applications where true and apparent wind are different, the 150WX or 200WX models are recommended and include additional sensors such as a 10Hz GPS, solid-state compass, tilt sensors and a field replaceable relative humidity sensor. These models feature configurable RS232, RS422 and CAN BUS digital data outputs.


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