The Same Hardware Installed on Mount Everest
The Campbell Intercept™ CCT AWOS solution is based upon the same weather station hardware that is used to withstand the harshest of conditions on Mount Everest. The weather stations installed on Mount Everest are the highest in the world. Visit the Everest Project web pages to learn more.
Campbell Scientific is proud to introduce our newest generation Automated Weather Observing System (AWOS) software, Campbell Intercept™. Campbell Intercept™ combines modern features and functionality with the flexibility and reliability desired by today’s airports. It has been designed to provide International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and World Meteorological Organization (WMO) compliance within a flexible framework that is sensor agnostic, highly configurable, and can be modified to meet local in-country requirements.
Campbell Intercept™ provides web-based clients for many user profiles, including air traffic controllers, meteorological observers, maintenance personnel, and system administrators.
Campbell Intercept™ software can run on Windows or Linux-based operating systems. It has been designed to meet modern aviation stakeholder requirements related to security and software assurance.
Our stations provide long-term, stand-alone monitoring of meteorological and mechanical parameters for all types of geothermal-research and power-production applications. Programmable dataloggers allow multiple options for station configuration, measurement and output intervals, and data retrieval. Almost any meteorological sensor can be used, including: wind speed and direction, solar radiation, temperature (air, water, equipment), relative humidity, dew point, precipitation, and barometric pressure. Wind vector, vapor pressure, wet-bulb temperature, BTU or KWh production, and sample on maxima or minima are standard in the datalogger instruction sets. Data are viewed and stored in the units of your choice (e.g., wind speed in mph, m/s, knots).
Advanced geothermal measurement systems provide independent turbine and pump performance monitoring with measurements that include: electrical current, voltage, wattage, power quality, stress, torque, electric field, lightning potential, vibration, strain, load, temperature, tilt, flow, and pressure.
All of our measurement systems are based around programmable dataloggers that measure sensors, then process or store data. We designed our dataloggers to allow a high degree of flexibility. Measurement types, scan rates, and recording intervals are all programmable. Onboard processing instruction sets contain programmed algorithms that process measurements and output results in the desired units of measure. Our dataloggers can also control external devices, such as valves and samplers, based on time or conditional events.
Multiple telemetry and on-site options for retrieving data or reporting site conditions allow our systems to be customized to meet exact needs. Communication options include direct connect, radio, telephone, cellular phone, voice-synthesized phone, satellite, and Ethernet. Systems can be programmed to send alarms or report site conditions by calling out to computers, phones, radios, and pagers. Dataloggers are compatible with DNP 3.0, Modbus, and CanBus systems.
Our PC-based support software simplifies the entire data-acquisition process, from programming to data retrieval to data display and analysis. Our software automatically manages data retrieval from networks or single stations. Robust error-checking ensures data integrity over almost any communication link.
We offer a variety of products that can be used to create custom Geothermal Energy systems. Please don't hesitate to let us help you configure a full system that meets your exact needs.
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Most Campbell Scientific systems are built from individual components. This provides maximum flexibility for our customers, but it does not lend itself to pricing a "typical" system. Contact Campbell Scientific for assistance in pricing a system to meet the unique needs of the application.