|CAPABILITIES||Processing, storage, and visual display of meteorological data on airport weather conditions. The station collects information from its sensors, provides aviation personnel and pilots with continuous reports on current weather conditions, and helps to ensure safe landing and takeoff. Compliant to ICAO standards for all types of airports including CAT I, CAT II, and CAT III|
- two observer workstations (each with keyboard, mouse, and LCD monitor);
- IT cabinet mounted central unit with two transiever units (main TU and backup TU, which are connected to a PC by RS232 interface), one UPS, one printer, and two external modems;
- digital displays (any quantity per user requirements);
- air temperature and humidity sensor;
- PELENG SD-02-2006 ceilometer (connected to TU via modem line);
- three PELENG SF-01 transmissometers or three PELENG SL-03 nephelometers (connected to TU via V.23 modem line);
- PELENG SL-02 background luminance sensor (connected to TU via V.23 modem line);
- digital barometer BRS-1M or analogue (connected to TU via RS232 interface).
- cloud-base height (vertical visibility)
- meteorological visibility
- wind speed and direction
- air temperature and humidity
- background luminance
- atmospheric pressure at observation site level
|POWER SUPPLY||single-phase 230V AC (50 Hz).|
- № 7545 issued by the State Committee for Standardization of the Republic of Belarus.
- № 49943 isssued by Federal Agency on Technical Regulation and Metrology (Russian Federation).
- № 384 issued by Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) Airport and Equipment Certification Committee.
- № 2720 Section of Federal Information Fund for Uniformity of Measurements in the Sphere of National Defense and Security.