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All-in-One: Wind direction/speed, humidity, pressure and temperature

Wind direction/speed, humidity, pressure and temperature

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The AIO 2 Weather Sensor provides measurements of wind speed, wind direction, ambient air temperature, relative humidity, and barometric pressure in a single, compact, rugged unit. It integrates a folded-path, low-power sonic anemometer with a precision thermistor temperature sensor, fast-response capacitive relative humidity sensor, and a state-of-the-art barometric pressure sensor. It also includes an internal flux-gate compass that allows for automatic alignment of wind direction to magnetic north, regardless of the sensors orientation.

The small footprint and power efficiency of the AIO 2 make it ideal for remote regions, urban environments, air quality networks, construction/remediation sites, and other network applications. The unit can be used in permanent (cooperative weather networks, schools, public information dissemination) or temporary (emergency response, audit, research program support) installations.


NOTE: This instrument is currently deployed at the University of Connecticut (Storrs, CT) in support of the IMPACTS field campaign. First date of deployment was Dec. 8, 2021 and will remain there until sometime in early Spring 2022.

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