Thunderstorm / Lightning Detectors

The BTD-350 Marine Thunderstorm Detector is a standalone sensor that reliably detects the presence of all forms of lightning to a range of 83 km. The unique quasi electrostatic operating principle gives the detector a very low false alarm rate and the ability to warn of the risk of overhead lightning.

The ability to reliably detect and range cloud-to-cloud lightning, which is typically much more common than cloud-to-ground strikes, makes the BTD-350 much more sensitive to the presence of storms compared to devices that rely on radio detection. The electrostatic operating principle allows the sensor to warn of the risk of overhead lightning before the first discharge occurs.

Virtually maintenance free in operation, the BTD-350 can either interface directly to an integrated system or be operated using the supplied PC compatible display and logging software. The optional warning relay module allows the sensor to automatically sound alarms whenever a storm approaches.

General data

Features

Warns of overhead lightning risk even before the first lightning discharge
Highly immune to radio interference which is the major cause of false alarms in traditional standalone detectors
83 km (45 NM) detection range exceeds the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements
Detects cloud-to-ground and as well as weaker but more common cloud-to-cloud lightning
Detects charged precipitation
Meets FAA performance requirements for aerodrome use
Optional direction finder
Rugged design for marine applications
Virtually maintenance free
2 years warranty
Additional info on manufacturers website

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Patrick Darrell

Phone: +45 43 68 50 04

Email: pd@hansbuch.dk

Kristian Kristensen

Phone: +45 43 68 50 04

Email: ksk@hansbuch.dk

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