The new Vaisala Radiosonde RS41 streamlines launch preparation for error-free performance and lowers operational costs of upper-air weather observations.
With the Vaisala Ozone Interface OIF411, an ECC-type
ozone sensor, and a digital RS41 radiosonde it is possible to measure pressure,
temperature, humidity, and geopotential height, as well as the vertical
distribution of atmospheric ozone up to 3 hPa.
The Vaisala DigiCORA® Sounding System MW41 with the Vaisala Radiosonde RS41 can be used to fly third party atmospheric in-situ research instruments and transfer the data for further analysis, together with the radiosonde information on height, wind, ambient temperature and humidity conditions.
The Vaisala Radiosonde RS92 leads the modern era in sounding. It offers the world’s highest level of pressure, temperature and relative humidity measurement performance, and continuous wind data availability.
Ozone measurement is available for the 400 MHz digital Vaisala
Radiosonde RS92-SGP. Two different ozone interface kits are available,
RSA921 for ECC-type ozone sensors and RSA922 for Brewer-Mast type ozone
The Vaisala DigiCORA® Sounding System with the Vaisala Radiosonde RS92 can be used to fly third party atmospheric in-situ research instruments and transfer the data for further analysis, together with the radiosonde information on height, wind, ambient temperature and humidity conditions.
In January 2009, Vaisala made a corporate commitment launching a program to develop an operational reference-grade radiosonde that could be used in GRUAN and other applications where enhanced radiosonde sensor performance is required.