Columbia Weather Systems Updates

Protective Case for Vehicle-Mounted Weather Station Sensors

By: CWS3175, 8:56 PM GMT on April 25, 2011

No matter how rugged the housing, meteorological sensors are sensitive electronic instruments. A Sensor Protective Case can help protect your sensor head in the rough environment of an incident response vehicle.

These cases are constructed of ultra-high-impact structural copolymer, making them extremely strong and durable. They are unbreakable, watertight, airtight, dustproof, chemical resistant and corrosion proof, offering total protection for sensitive weather-monitoring instruments.

Part Number 88173


(shown with Orion sensor head and cable, not included)

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SlideShare Presentation Details Madonna's Weather Station Configuration

By: CWS3175, 8:28 PM GMT on April 06, 2011

When Madonna University purchased a Capricorn 2000EX Weather Station, Professor Asaad Istephan requested a PowerPoint® presentation to help spread the word. We created the one below to highlight the features of their configuration which includes a Weather MicroServer and WeatherMaster Software.

While it is our business to be cutting edge with weather monitoring technology, it is tough to keep pace with ever-changing social media. Today we are learning about SlideShare, a free website/application for sharing slide presentations on the Internet as well as embedding them on your own website. Check out our results by clicking the link below.

Capricorn 2000EX™ Weather Station

Updated: 8:30 PM GMT on April 06, 2011

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Responsive Architecture and Weather Monitoring

By: CWS3175, 6:05 PM GMT on April 04, 2011

"Responsive Architecture optimizes energy use by adapting to changing environmental conditions while increasing the quality of space." This according to American-Architects.com in its write-up of LumenHAUS as building of the week.

That means monitoring environmental -- weather -- conditions and manipulating environmental controls such as HVAC, but also insulating panels, windows and shades.

See how it's done by LumenHAUS. Is it a house of the future, or is such architecture realistic now?

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