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Precise weather measurement
PREPERM® is the optimal choice for lenses because of ultra low losses and tailored dielectric properties. German weather sensor technology company Lufft uses PREPERM® in its radar rain sensor.
Premix and Lufft are collaborating in ensuring precise measurement in a weather station. Lufft’s WS100 is an easy to use radar rain sensor. It delivers reliable data on precipitation quantity and is a perfect fit for weather observation for road and traffic control systems, PV-Monitoring / Solar Monitoring on photovoltaic farms, hydro-meteorological stations and weather observation for building automation.
Narrow-beam dielectric lens
PREPERM® is the optimal solution for weather station’s radar technology thanks to ultra-low losses and controlled and stable dielectric constant level. The PREPERM® lens narrows the antenna beam optimally and thus the measurement of precipitation quantity is accurate and reliable. In addition, one of its benefits is minimal water absorption.
With PREPERM® Lufft's weather sensoring technology is water-proof
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