Munro Instruments will be exhibiting at this year’s Meteorological Technology World Expo in Madrid. Taking place 27th – 29th September, this show is an excellent opportunity to see the latest meteorological developments in action. Register for free tickets here.
This year Munro Instruments will be showcasing two recent product innovations: our Ambient Air Monitoring System (AAMS) and our WindDAS Data Acquisition System. More information about each of these products can be found below.
The AAMS provides continuous real-time measurements of air quality. Its unique modular design allows users to monitor up to 8 toxic or flammable gases of their choosing. It also has an integrated particulate monitor to measure and record the concentration of airborne particles (PM1, PM2.5, PM10 and TSP). Up to 40 meteorological sensors can be added to observe local environmental conditions.
A powerful data acquisition system within the unit ensures that all measurements are logged and transmitted automatically. The alarm facility informs users when exceedance levels are breached.
Multiple AAMS systems can be networked to provide a more accurate picture of ambient air pollution at your site of interest.
The Munro Wind Monitoring System provides accurate and immediate measurements of wind speed and direction. At its core is our WindDAS Data Acquisition System – a multi-screen digital graphical recorder with advanced logging and display functionality. In addition to the central recorder, extra touch-screen data display panels can be set up within a Local Area Network (LAN). Operating independently, these screens allow users in different locations to be kept informed of wind conditions.
The Wind Monitoring System is compatible with all anemometers in the Munro range (both mechanical and ultrasonic). Wireless communication options from the sensor location to the WindDAS are also available.
Contact us by email or phone to book an appointment at the Meteorological Technology World Expo:
- +44 (0) 208 551 7000.
We look forward to seeing you at Stand 5120!