A rugged self-contained station suited for use in remote places without electricity supply. Data can be recorded on site or be transmitted in real-time
The Automatic Weather Station 2700 consists of light, compact units in hard-anodized aluminium which are quick and easy to install. Sensors and the communication solution
are fitted on a sensor cross arm placed on top of the mast. The mast is supported by a freestanding cabinet which is bolted to the ground. A hinge at the base of the cabinet
facilitates raising and lowering of the station.
Standardized cables connect the Datalogger to the sensors, and to the optional radio transmitter and/or solar cell power module if these are installed. The station is supplied with a tool kit and a CD containing operating manuals and other documentation. All Aanderaa SR10 sensors are read in selectable intervals by an 11-channel SmartGuard Datalogger located in the Cabinet. The raw data read from the sensors are converted to engineering units and stored in the Datalogger.
In addition to the SR10 sensors, the SmartGuard can also read serial, digital and analogue sensors. The SmartGuard is designed for ease of integration of new and existing sensor technologies into a single Aanderaa observatory node with modern self-describing XML data output formats. Real-time output of data can be accomplished with one of our communication systems listed on the next page. The data is also stored on a removable SD-card inside the logger for backup. The station has low power consumption and can be powered by batteries, by mains AC power through an AC/DC Adapter or by a solar power pack.
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