The Doppler Radar serves as a tool to accurately measures the speed of various condensed water forms such as rain, freezing rain, hail, snow, and sleet. Its low-energy sensor efficiently detects precipitation right from the initial drop. With extensive applications across hydrology, water management, agricultural sciences, environmental studies, building automation, meteorology, airport operations, and traffic control, the radar's capabilities are virtually boundless.
This advanced rain gauge is capable of measuring precipitation across diverse global locations. All meteorological data collected is seamlessly transmitted to dataloggers and receiver units through a 2-wire RS485 bus utilizing the Modbus RTU protocol.
|“Measurement technology||24GHz Doppler radar|
|Measured Parameters||Precipitation quantity and Precipitation type (Rain, snow, sleet, freezing rain, hail)|
|Resolution||0.01 / 0 .1 / 0.2 / 0.5 / 1.0 mm (pulse interface)|
|Accuracy||±0.16mm or ±10% of the measured value for liquid precipitation|
|Power Supply||10 to 28 V DC|
|Power Consumption||1 VA / 0.4 VA (low power mode) 9 VA (heating power)|
|Interface||RS-485 semi-duplex two-wire, SDI-12, pulse interface / UMB protocol, Modbus|
|Operating Frequency||24 GHz|
|Operating Temperature Range||-40°C to +60°C|
|Types of precipitation||Rain, snow, sleet, freezing rain, hail, drizzle; No precipitation (SYNOP 4677)|
|Dimensions||Ø150mm x 190mm|