• Instrument Connection Package for Popular Weather Monitoring Systems
    Gill Instruments' MetStream communications hub.
  • The MetPak Pro is a compact weather monitoring station.

Portable/Field Testing

Instrument Connection Package for Popular Weather Monitoring Systems

Jul 09 2014

MetConnect, from Gill Instruments (UK) is the combination of MetPak Pro and MetStream into one package which provides the ability to link, bridge, store and stream data between devices.

MetPak Pro is a professional compact weather station which includes four interface ports for connecting additional third-party sensors. It can be used for any weather monitoring application on land or sea. MetPak Pro comes with approvals including IEC-60945 for marine environments and has communications protocols including MODBUS.

It provides exceptional quality data and reliability suitable for professional reference quality measurements on 6 weather parameters (temperature, humidity, pressure, dew point, wind direction and wind speed). It allows users to connect and supply power to other sensors through a digital rain gauge input, sensitive PRT, analogue inputs.

MetStream is an intelligent communications hub which seamlessly connects to MetPak Pro. It connects data from sensors to the internet or any network with its Ethernet port or built in Wi-Fi. Launched earlier this year, MetStream is one of the first meteorological devices capable of sampling data from multiple customised sensors without the need for user programming. It streams data directly to any browser via its built-in webserver, has low power consumption (2W) and a high sampling rate (up to 100Hz).

“MetConnect offers users an easy to use, customisable met system which can connect to the internet or other remote network”, says Paul Rogers, Head of Sales at Gill Instruments. “It has fast and reliable meteorological data collection and is very simple to set up, requiring no complicated user programming and can be used to share live data across multiple sites and the internet. Users can connect additional sensors for a fully customised professional grade met system and carry out status monitoring and fault finding on remote installations without leaving their home or office.”

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