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New Generation of laser-based Snow Depth Detection

Weather services, airports, road maintenance depot, ski resort managers as well as electricity producers can look forward to the new snow depth sensor SHM31 from Lufft. The new sensor is an advancement of the proven SHM 30 which was developed by Jenoptik in mid-2009 and incorporated into the Lufft range of optical sensors in mid-2014. It quickly detects snow depths up to 15 meters.

Webinar about the measurement principle and the main advantages:

Watch this webinar recording and you will learn more about the laser-based snow depth sensor Lufft SHM31, which combines latest laser technology with reliability even under the toughest environments.

Our expert in optical sensors Holger Wille will explain the measurement principle of the laser-based sensor and the main advantages out of it compared to the now ultrasonic snow depth measurements.