CWS manufactures weather monitoring equipment -- weather stations -- for public safety and industries where weather affects safety and profit.
By: CWS3175, 7:02 PM GMT on February 25, 2015
We are reorganizing our resources to include Frequently Asked Questions –generally based on feedback through our technical service department. A newly added post addresses a question about establishing network communication with the Weather MicroServer™.
Be sure to let us know if you have any questions – requently asked or not!
Click here for our updated Resources Page
By: CWS3175, 7:27 PM GMT on January 15, 2015
In response to requirements from the building automation industry, our Weather MicroServer™ now has a BACnet interface protocol available through Ethernet. Click here to go to the Weather MicroServer page.
By: CWS3175, 11:18 PM GMT on November 25, 2014
The relatively new field of DCIM (data center infrastructure management) employs weather monitoring to help manage operations, improve efficiency, and plan for the future. GoDaddy, a leader in internet domain sales and web hosting, and Vantage Data Centers both use weather stations from Columbia Weather Systems to accomplish these objectives.
Justin Harp, Director of Operations Engineering for Vantage, reports, “In the Data Center industry, accurate mo...
Updated: 11:21 PM GMT on November 25, 2014
By: CWS3175, 7:18 PM GMT on November 05, 2014
Two sensor options have been added for the Weather MicroServer.
1) Particle Concentration: A laser optical sensor is used to detect and measure particulate concentrations up to 100 milligrams per cubic meter. The continuous flow optical sensor is combined with purge air to ensure accurate measurements in adverse environments.
2) UV Radiation: Measures ultraviolet radiation between 250 and 400 nanometers. The measurement includes both UV-A and UV-B radiatio...
By: CWS3175, 7:13 PM GMT on October 22, 2014
As a global company, it’s not often that we get to meet our customers face-to-face. Last week we had a visit from Aaron Randall of Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue with their HazMat vehicle which boasts a nine-year-old Orion VM Weather Station.
This particular crew is part of the Oregon Fire Marshal’s HazMat team and is responsible for Western Washington County through to the coast which includes a section of an important pipeline as well as several la...
Updated: 8:03 PM GMT on October 23, 2014
Columbia Weather Systems
|Dew Point:||37.1 °F|
|Wind:||1.8 mph from the SE|
|Wind Gust:||2.2 mph|
Updated: 5:56 AM PST on February 28, 2015
CWS - Orion
|Dew Point:||36.5 °F|
|Wind:||1.6 mph from the East|
|Wind Gust:||1.8 mph|
Updated: 5:54 AM PST on February 28, 2015