This station has been designed with the latest technology and has the most powerful features on the market. It integrates Ethernet, 3G/GPRS and GPS. It can communicate with any digital intelligent available sensor.
Preferentially oriented to work with serial digital output sensors.

General features

Multiple inputs

The data logger of the station has 5 digital inputs RS232,RS485 and SDI12.
Any digital sensor can be connected to these inputs including smart sensors sending data through serial communication as visibility, present weather, disdrometers, etc.
Analog and digital data can be accessed through an optional interface board. These inputs are configurable by the user depending on the type of sensor and its measuring range. Most sensors on the market fit these inputs.

Severe weather conditions

Designed to be installed and operate in severe weather conditions. All the elements of the station are housed in a glass fiber enclosure with IP65 rating, except antennas and solar panels when applicable.

Easy handling

The station has multiple connecting elements clearly identified for the easy installation of the sensors.
Most of the internal elements are mounted on Din rail for an easy installation and maintenance.

Data storing

Collected data are stored in the internal memory for further processing.
Storing intervals are configurable by the user and can be modified at any moment without affecting the previous stored data.
The internal memory is an μSD memory card. Data can be downloaded to a pen drive.

Data output

The data logger has an internal 3G/GPRS and ethernet interface to access the stored data. Communication by radio modem, satellite, etc. is also possible through another RS232 port.
The user can access the stored data, get information on the configuration, etc. whenever needed, through any channels.
It should be noted that both serial outputs are independent of each other and can work simultaneously with two different systems, e.g. one local and another remote.
Seac’s Copernico system can handle the communications, processing, visualising, etc.

Power options

The Seac station EMA55 has a low power consumption even with several connected active sensors.
The station can be powered by a solar panel with buffer battery of 38 Ah. Or with 110-220 VAC and buffer battery of 17 Ah.


EMA55 Technical features


The Met. station SEAC EMA55 can be easily scalable just plugging in the new sensors and setting inputs and measuring ranges.


Seac provides an easy handling graphic program for supervision and configuration of the met. station and sensors. This program allows: replace and attach new sensors, extract and use data, display in real time, modify logging intervals etc.

Integration in networks

The station is compatible with the data acquisition and management system Copernico of Seac.
Deployment of networks can be carried out by integrating multiple stations, each one with its own configuration, computation and logging interval. The Seac system Copernico display real time data, create text reports and graphics of historical data, web publishing, etc.

Supported sensors

Multiweather sensor
Humydity annd temperat
Wind speed and direcction
Ultrasonic wind sensor
Wighinh Rain Gauge
Visibility an
Cluod Heis
Road Sensores
Radiation sensors
Gamma probe
Gamma Spectroscopic Probes