The Vaisala GMP252 Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Probe measures atmospheric CO2 concentrations (ppm) in agriculture, refrigeration, greenhouses, and demanding HVAC applications. The probe is compatible with the X2 data logger using the Modbus-RTU communication protocol and the RS-485 sensor interface. A pre-defined script on X-Series data loggers is able to detect, log and transmit all parameters from […]
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Airmar Ultrasonic Weather Station X-Series Integration Guide
Real-Time Weather Measurements The Airmar WX-series Ultrasonic Weather Station measures a host of atmospheric and environmental parameters while maintaining a GPS fix. The sensors are compatible with the X2 data logger via the NMEA0183 communication protocol and the RS-232 sensor interface. A pre-defined script on NexSens X-Series data loggers is able to detect, log, and […]
Lighter Buoys Mean Quicker, In-House Responses
NOAA Chesapeake Bay
Although NOAA’s Chesapeake buoys are no longer used as interpretive trail markers, they are now part of a larger observing system of 10 full-time stations.
Buffalo Pound Lake Algae Blooms
University of Saskatchewan
A NexSens data buoy on Buffalo Pound equipped with sensors for weather, sunlight and temperature changes helps researchers at University of Saskatchewan.
Acton Lake Aquatic Classroom
Miami UniversityRead More →
Stream Habitat Preservation
Shawnee State University
NexSens Technology worked with Shawneed State University to design, equip, and set up a real-time weather and water quality monitoring system.
Wetland Effects on Water Quality
Wright State UniversityRead More →
Predictive E.coli Modeling
Regional Science Consortium
The Regional Science Consortium provides weather and water quality data to collaborators at Lake Erie and the upper Ohio River Basin.
Hudson River Monitoring System
Beczak Environmental Education Center
Curators from the Beczak Environmental Center contacted NexSens to design a system to monitor Hudson River water quality and weather.
U S Department of Agriculture
Researchers work to identify BMPs that will reduce soil erosion and the amount of nutrients/chemicals in surface water runoff.