Automatic weather stations for every application.
Coastal's weather stations are the most sophisticated automatic weather stations available in the world today. Each weather station has a built-in data acquisition system (ZENO® 3200 datalogger) that allows you to alter a COTS weather station or design a new one for your specific requirementsgiving you flexibility with cost, sensors, and telemetry.
Our shipboard experience extends to nearly every type of ship or vessel, from U.S. Navy aircraft carriers, to luxury cruise ships and U.S. Coast Guard buoy tenders. Customers purchase automatic shipboard weather stations from Coastal because they are easy to move,
We offer custom weather stations that meet specific requirements, and versatile off-the-shelf alternativessatisfying all PSD requirements. Our PSD/Regulatory weather stations with our ZENO® 3200 datalogger and INTERCEPT® software deliver data right to your desk.
Our towers, reaching 300 feet at nuclear facilities, exceed stringent NRC guidelines. And
ZENO® easily commands present and future data functions.
Our industrial/chemical weather stations are EPA approved and arguably the best automatic weather stations to rely on for routine monitoring, monitoring areas where spills may occur, and as a rapid response tool following the release of hazardous materials. This professional weather station will ensure safetyeliminating dangerous guesswork and wasted time.
Coastal's forestry weather stations are deployable in any environmental setting. Foresters and forestry firefighters are able to retrieve datavia telephone, radio, or satellitethrough Coastal's INTERCEPT® software, to track the plume of any forest fire.
Coastal's agricultural weather stations are the most refined automatic weather stations used in agriculture to date. Our ZENO® weather stations give you the ability to check soil sensor data all from your desk.
We have extensive experience in manufacturing weather stations destined for use in remote areas that have harsh weather and no AC power. Our ZENO® 3200 datalogger runs using only battery and solar power. Power management is achieved by briefly turning power-hungry weather sensors on and off againthis is why Coastal has more weather stations operating in the Arctic than any other company in the world.
Coastal's hydrometeorology weather stations are the most sophisticated available. These water resource weather stations are easy to set up, simple to operate, and require only point and click software to download data, change simple rates, and much more. The hydrometeorology stations we carry include: hydrology (such as levels, flows, flood warnings) and quality (salinity, pH, turbidity).
WEATHERPAK® PoE (Power over Ethernet) weather stations, for stand alone or network applications, are uniquely suited for platform, port, railway, and other fixed station monitoring solutions.
Coastal's Scientific Weather Stations allow scientists and researchers to have almost infinite flexibility in what type, number and accuracy of sensors they wish to use for their research or experiment.
Coastal manufactures a complete line of weather stations utilizing any and all weather instruments. Coastal focuses our expertise on the electronic data logger that connects to any manufactured sensor of any type for meteorology, hydrology, aviation and many other environmental fields of study.
ZENO® is our revolutionary 32-bit datalogger that is run off of a Universal Serial Interface (USI). This interface makes it possible to use virtually any meteorological sensor, as well as add or upgrade sensors in the future.
Designed for real-time monitoring of automatic weather stations and long-term analysis of environmental conditions, INTERCEPT® Software also forwards real-time data regarding hazardous or unusual conditions.
Coastal has unrivaled knowledge, experience and skill with all types of meteorological sensors and their methods of telemetry. Our exclusive Universal Serial Interface (USI) makes it possible to use virtually any meteorological sensor, as well as add or upgrade sensors in the future. This is a list of the most frequently used meteorological sensors.