COMETEO Universal Multi-plate Meteorological Shield for Weather Sensors, Naturally Ventilated
Newly developed multiplate meteorological screen for weather transmitters. Professional radiation shield is designed for the protection of any meteo sensor with a diameter of 13 to 18 mm.
Multiplate radiation shield is used to protect sensors and provides more accurate measurement results. The shield minimizes radiation reaching the sensor, minimizes radiation absorbed by the shield and maximizes ambient air flow around the sensor. The enlarged top plate „cap“ is 210mm in diameter and designed to provide shade for high solar angles for lower plates.
"Not only radiation shield, but the complete COMETEO system minimizing negative effects"
Works with COMET instruments - see OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Request your free COMETEO shield for six months evaluation. If you are satisfied after testing you can buy the shield, otherwise return it.
Unique optimized design for best performance:
- advanced weather protection by maximised top cover area
- passively ventilated, requires no power
- 13 to 18 mm probe diameter
Optimized shield design minimizes radiation reaching the sensor, minimizes radiation absorbed by the shield and maximizes ambient air flow around the sensor.
GENERAL TECHNICAL DATA
Meteorology - COMET sensors together with COMET radiation shields are the ideal basis for weather stations for long-term weather, climate and air monitoring.
Building management - Our instruments which measure temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure and CO2 are an integral part of these industry-leading solutions.
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