The sensor alarm is suitable for Environdata weather sensors, or other environmental sensors.
The Sensor Alarm measures and averages the frequency of the incoming signal and compares this each second to the user-set alarm trip points. A rate control determines the time the input signal must be in an alarm state before setting an alarm condition.
The SA12 has four alarm condition modes:
If the input is greater than trip point 1.
If the input is less than trip point 1.
If the input is greater than trip point 1 and less than trip point 2.
If the input is less than trip point 1 or greater than trip point 2.
These four alarm condition modes are easily set by internal switches. This level of user control, in combination with the rate control, allows a great deal of flexibility over how an alarm can be set. This means you can control pumps, vents, or almost any other switchable device with ease!
Environdata Weather Stations Pty Ltd specialises in the design, manufacture and sales of automatic weather stations and their associated software and hardware. Environdata also supplies and maintains remote communications equipment for these systems, so that a complete environmental monitoring solution can be supplied.
Environdata has been operating since 1982 and has built its reputation on providing the highest level of support all its customers, for the life of their equipment. Customers are seen as long term partners, and it is this long-term commitment by Environdata that has ensured that customers return.
Environdata’s technical service department ensures that all products can be upgraded, serviced, recalibrated and repaired. Customers support services are seen as equally important, and free telephone and email support is provided for the life of the equipment.
In Australia, Environdata also provides on-site repair and re-calibration to customers on an annual basis. Once, most weather station customers would have sent their weather stations or sensors in for service. Now, Environdata operates a fully mobile on-site service unit.