The Model 5410 StormLink® RWIS Datalogger is the heart of a standards-based, open architecture NTCIP-compliant Road Weather Information System (RWIS). The StormLink RWIS is built for road weather managers looking for easy maintenance and a quick return on investment.
The StormLink RWIS Datalogger utilizes the latest in data acquisition technology to provide a robust and open architecture platform. At the core of the StormLink RWIS is a Campbell Scientific, Inc. CR1000X datalogger. CSI’s dataloggers are known for their reliability and accuracy in harsh conditions and have been deployed all over the world in thousands of applications including NTCIP compliant road weather stations. HSE has harnessed this technology and packaged the system specifically for the road weather community.
The StormLink RWIS Datalogger is compact and can be vertically mounted on a back panel of an equipment cabinet or rack-mounted in a standard 19-inch rack using only 2U space. Sensor connections are provided using tool-less connectors with more than the required inputs to support the proposed sensor package.
All sensor inputs and outputs are protected against voltage surge with self-resetting devices. This ensures that if a surge does exist, the system will recover, if possible, decreasing maintenance visits to the site. The system is a low-power device that is suitable for solar power applications.
The StormLink RWIS Datalogger is typically housed in a NEMA-rated enclosure or ITS traffic cabinet with all sensor connections routed and terminated at the datalogger.
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