Thies Clima 5.4110 laser precipitation monitor
|Within Vocab||SeaVoX Device Catalogue|
|Alternative Labels||Thies Clima 5.4110|
|Definition||A laser precipitation sensor designed for the determination of precipitation type, intensity and spectrum using a laser beam measuring principle. Precipitation types include drizzle and rain (also freezing), hail, snow, snow grains, ice needles, soft hail, ice grains. It uses a 786 nm laser diode operating at 0.5 mW. Measurement outputs are available via an RS485/422 interface. The 5.4110 is also equipped with two further digital outputs (opto-couplers), which output pulses and state of precipitation. The optical components are also equipped with integrated heating. It can detect particle size ranges from 0.16 to 8 mm and particle speeds from 0.2 to 20 metres per second. Precipitation intensity is detected from <0.001 to 1000 mm/h. Its accuracy ranges from 60 to 97 percent depending on the type of precipitation detected. Error intensity is +/- 5 percent.|
|Has Current Version||1|
||precipitation gauges||Mapping: 1742576|
||Thies Clima||Mapping: 1742578|
||Thies Clima||Mapping: 1742580|
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