26800

YOUNG Meteorological Display

YOUNG Meteorological Display

Description

The YOUNG 26800 Meteorological Display offers a unique and flexible solution for meteorological data measurement, recording, and display.

Features

  • Large, high-contrast LCD screen displays text and measured data in a variety of formats
  • User-friendly software for easy formatting of the parameters, display screens and recording functions
  • Built-in memory for storage of more than 2 million data points
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The RM Young 26800 Meteorological Display offers a unique and flexible solution for meteorological data measurement, recording and display. The advanced design has features and flexibility to perform a wide variety of monitoring tasks. From simple display of a single variable to recording data from a complete sensor suite, the 26800 can satisfy countless measurement needs.

The real strength of the 26800 is the ability of the user to custom program the device to perform virtually any task. A user-friendly PC program allows easy formatting of the program parameters, display screens and recording functions. Programming is also possible using front panel controls when a PC is unavailable. The 26800 has built-in memory for storage of large amounts of recorded data. More than 2 million data points may be stored. Data retrieval is simplified by the included PC software program.

The RM Young 26800 Meteorological Display is supplied with a large selection of sensor inputs. Wind, temperature, precipitation, humidity and other sensors are easily connected through the back-panel terminals. Frequency, voltage, current-loop and serial inputs are provided. All values are completely scalable in the program. Many output options are available from the 26800. Terminals are available for calibrated voltage outputs and current outputs as well as serial outputs.

The RM Young 26800 Meteorological Display features a large, high-contrast LCD screen. The display text and layout are fully programmable so measured data can be displayed in a wide variety of formats. Up to 8 screens may be used, and display illumination is easily adjusted for best viewing in any light. The display's compact configuration makes it ideal for panel or wall mount application. The adjustable stand permits table top use as well.
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YOUNG Meteorological Display 26800 Meteorological display, 110-240 VAC
$2150.00
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YOUNG 26880 Rack mounting panel, 26800
$304.00
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