Environmental analysis devices

Microclimate analyzer datalogger UNI standard

Three Axis Ultrasonic Anemometer

Three Axis Ultrasonic Anemometer

VENUS Three axis ultrasonic anemometers,they measure the speed and direction of wind. Applications in meteorology, climatology, aviation, navigation, sport and winter stations, construction/crane safety, tunnels, highways, safety in yards, industrial building. Read more ›

Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge + Datalogger

Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge + Datalogger

PLUDAL Reliable and sturdy bucket rain gauge, built entirely from corrosion resistant materials in order to guarantee its durability. So as to ensure accurate measurement even with low temperature climatic conditions or during and after precipitations of snow. Rain Gauge Datalogger is a logger that has been specifically developed... Read more ›

Environment multipurpose standalone datalogger

Environment multipurpose standalone datalogger

HM3000 Fully integrated data logger, solar regulator and battery housed in one rugged weatherproof enclosure, The HM3000 is built to withstand the harshest of environments. Plug ‘n’ play just about any environmental sensor. Optionally telemetry interface, critical information can be sent wherever it is needed most. XCI acquisition cards datasheet Read more ›

Microclimate Dataloggers

Microclimate Dataloggers

DAT32 Instruments designed for the study, the measurement and verification of Microclimate in the workplace, according to UNI EN ISO 7726, 7730, 7933, 8996, 11079 and 27243. Applications: Analysis of Microclimate in moderate environments, in hot and cold environments; Analysis of Discomfort in moderate environments; Measurement of Physical Quantities for general... Read more ›

Environmental  %RH, °C, CO, CO2 Datalogger

Environmental %RH, °C, CO, CO2 Datalogger

DAT37 Datalogger, suitable for monitoring the quality of indoor air, able to measure and memorize simultaneously with storage interval parameters Relative Humidity RH, temperature T, CO Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Dioxide CO2. Read more ›