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Dubai
Abu dhabi
+971 4 883 0233 Sun - Thu 08:00 - 5:30 MB06, RA08, Jebel Ali Free Zone, Dubai , UAE
+971 2 6765979 Sun - Thu 08:00 - 5:30 P.O. Box : 33719, Abu Dhabi, UAE
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VISIC620- Visibility Measuring Device

Measurement of visual range for roads, tunnels, sea routes and in weather stations

The VISIC620 determines the standard visual range on roads, sea routes, or in weather observation stations or measures the visibility (as k-value or in mg/m³) in tunnels.

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Description

An automated self-test measures and compensates for possible front screen contamination. Furthermore, it offers excellent recognition of objects such as leaves or plants in the optical path. Therefore, the VISIC620 can measure fog reliably.

The maintenance interval of five years (except cleaning), the rugged stainless-steel housing and the possibility of power supply via solar cells or battery make the VISIC620 a real outdoor product, even in salty air.

Overview

At a glance
  • Large measuring range for visual range
  • Precipitation detector as an option
  • Contamination check
  • Minimum space requirements and low weight
  • Self-sufficient design possible with solar panel and battery
  • Rugged housing, also for salty air
Benefits
  • Reliable measured values
  • Low operating costs
  • Low maintenance requirements due to long maintenance intervals

Fields of applications

  • Determination of the visual range on roads
  • Measurement of visibility or dust concentration in tunnels
  • Detection of smoke in tunnels
  • Fog detection on coasts and sea routes
  • Detection of fog and precipitation in weather stations

 

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