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RainWise HM-1 Portable HAZMAT Weather Station

RainWise HM-1 Portable HAZMAT Weather Station

Description

The HM-1 HAZMAT weather stations are designed for first responders to provide important real-time information for monitoring and responding to incidents.

Features

  • All components packed into a single heavy-duty transport case
  • Integrated electronic compass ensures reported wind direction is accurate
  • Sensor assembly is powered by (4) D-cell alkaline batteries
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$5680.00
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$5,112.00
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The HM-1 HAZMAT weather stations are designed for first responders to hazardous material incidents. The weather station provides important real-time information for monitoring and responding to incidents. The long range radios on our hazmat stations allow responders to monitor the situation in real-time and from a safe distance.

The HAZMAT stations work in conjunction with CAMEO/ALOHA software that enables responders to monitor plume dispersion. CAMEO was developed by Chemical Emergency Preparedness and Prevention Office (CEPPO) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Office of Response and Restoration (NOAA). The software was developed for front-line chemical emergency planners and responders. CAMEO helps in evaluating and predicting dispersion patterns.

What's Included:
  • (1) Transport Case
  • (1) Tripod
  • (1) Tripod Base
  • (1) Ground Anchor Kit
  • (1) Battery Support Tube
  • (1) Sensor Assembly
  • (1) Wireless Display (with serial cable)
  • (1) 6 VDC Charger for Wireless Display
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