Here you will find our entire product range of measuring instruments in the fields of temperature, humidity, temperature and humidity, precipitation, pressure, wind / flow and radiation. Our portfolio also includes data loggers, road sensors, optical sensors and all-in-one-systems.
Precise humidity measurements are usually “temperature compensated”, which means that a temperature sensor is needed for accurate measurement. Meanwhile, in the field known as “indoor air quality” the measurement of CO2 plays an important role alongside the precise determination of temperature and humidity.
Use a tipping bucket and “count” quantities? Or weigh quantities? Or measure fall velocity and analyze particle size? Each measurement method - whether tipping bucket, weight principle, laser or radar - differs in its application. Freedom from maintenance and fast response times play an important role in “present weather” applications.
Not only in winter sports snow height is considered an important parameter. On transport routes and railway systems measuring the snow height is equally important. The laser based snow height sensors deliver quick and reliable information about snow height and ground reflectivity.
How high are the clouds? How many cloud layers are detected? Is the cloud detection limited by precipitation or mist? These are questions among others around the topics of clouds and visibility which meteorology is dealing with. An answer is delivered by cloud height meters / ceilometers which work with lidar technology.
...means to ensure the accuracy of a sensor over the entire period of use. The sensors usually have evaluation electronics, so the measurement results (analog or digital) have to be calibrated. Luffts´ laboratories are accredited especially for this purpose by the German national accreditation body DAkkS (formerly DKD).). We can not only calibrate our own products but also products of other manufacturers.