Multilog pro Weather station
At the heart of the Fourier modular stations are MultiLogPRO data logger, which allows you to create different configurations to match specific areas of interest:
Using the waterproof carrying case users can easily move and deploy the station in different locations. You can learn about the changes in the weather in a city garden, on a roof or in the heart of the city.
The station is based on the MultiLogPRO professional data logger. The MultiLogPRO has 100,000 memory cells and is able to perform long-term logging of weather data. It's 12-bit analog to digital converter and high accuracy make it the best choice for the station-measuring device. Station data is analyzed with the WeatherLab software.
Software Analyzing the data with the WeatherLab software enables the user to produce weather reports, view on-line data, compare results with earlier data, perform functions like average, minimum, maximum and export data to spread sheets (e.g. Excel). The software can automatically send daily reports to websites. This allows users to easily configure different types of stations by selecting different sensors. For example: For weather - temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction, rainfall, air pressure and for water quality - pH, temperature, dissolved oxygen, turbidity. WeatherLab connects to a wireless receiver. In this way data can be received from stations up to 300 meters away - cable-free!
WeatherLab 2.0 Features
Online live weather data monitoring with eight simultaneous graph and meter displays - for example:
Or any other sets of sensors.
Option to define and display other vendor sensors Daily, montly, yearly rain bars Wind direction represented by compass rose, frequency or vector graphs. Daily minimum and maximum temperature readings. Dew point calculations
Archive station data reports: calculating totals and averages. Data viewing in single or multiple graph and table modes. Analyze weather trends. Data display tools: zoom, marker & pan. Print or export data to Excel. Automatic daily reports sent to web-site .
New Weather Station Web Module
With this easy to use interface now every weather station user can become part of the wider global picture. You can now upload measured data from their locality to a center website of their choice. From the central location, real-time data can be viewed which is constantly updated. Historic data is shown with measurements over the last month and year so that established patterns of weather can be understood for each locality.
Users that log on the site can not only see what the weather is like in many places around the world, but can participate in global collaborative weather projects and feel part of the environmental community.