Vaisala weather radars


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Vaisala dual polarization weather radars are designed to produce superior data quality and availability, meeting even the most demanding requirements. With industry-leading data processing and hardware design, they are perfect for a wide variety of applications. ■ Unrivalled data quality and availability - including quantitative precipitation estimation and hydrometeor classification, as well as the elimination of non-meteorological targets. ■ Outstanding remote calibration capabilities - all calibration work, and most other regular maintenance tasks, can be performed remotely so there is...

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Signal processor Transmitter Receiver Dehydrator IRIS™ Analysis Workstation Data Archiving Unit Simplified maintenance and operation Vaisala systems can be accessed from anywhere via a secure network link, minimizing the number of site visits, while the integrated Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) ensures continuous operation during temporary power outages. The Vaisala Radar Antenna Controller provides complete fail-safe operation to protect the antenna and pedestal structure from operating outside its limits -significantly reducing maintenance visits and costs. All parts can be accessed...

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