MetStream 100 Intelligent
MetStream® is a new Intelligent Communications Hub capable of linking, processing, bridging, storing and streaming data between devices. Users can network and sample from multiple devices at high speed, translating and managing data, outputting it to an html browser-based interface.
The MetStream Dashboard
MetStream® uses a customisable browser-based interface to translate your devices' outputs into your language. The interface visualises live measurement data on your computer, tablet, or smartphone at work, at home or on the go.
From the dashboard you can configure your instruments to display the reading you want to see. Better still, Gill Instruments products sync with the dashboard using a straightforward "pick and click" interface.
Meteorological TFT Wind Display
Meteorological TFT Wind Speed Indicator & Wind Display
The Gill Instruments Meteorological TFT WindDisplay is a combined wind speed and direction indicator. Wind information is displayed using a 8.5" LED backlight, industrial grade, LCD screen and the data will be indicated with a true viewing angle of 170°
The Meteorological TFT WindDisplay has been designed to operate with the Gill WindObserver and WindSonic wind sensors. Meteorological TFT WindDisplay receives data directly from the wind sensor in NMEA mode without the need for additional interfaces. It provides the power supply for the wind sensor and can be "daisy chained" to a second wind display to transfer wind sensor information.
Wind Speed Indicator & Wind Displays
The Gill digital wind speed indicator is a combined wind speed and direction marine display. Wind speed information is displayed using two, 3 digit LED arrays to display current wind speed and maximum or minimum gust data; and a double ring of 36 LEDs indicate current and average wind direction.
Gill wind speed indicators have been designed to operate with the Gill WindObserver and WindSonic wind sensors. The Wind Display receives data directly from the wind sensor in NMEA mode without the need for additional interfaces. It provides the power supply for the wind sensor and can be “daisy chained” to a second wind display to transfer wind sensor information.