Pegasus Astro announced their new Uranus Meteo Station, a pocket-sized device that delivers key environmental data for amateur astronomers in real time. Equipped with a series of digital sensors, this device reports and continuously updates ambient temperature, humidity, pressure, cloud height, cloud coverage, and night sky brightness. The Uranus Meteo Station features a red digital LCD display and a pair of buttons that make it easy to access the sensors’ metrics. The Uranus Meteo Sensor also incorporates an internal GPS receiver that delivers precise date and time, latitude and longitude, altitude, and the time of astronomical dawn and twilight time of your location. It also has a CMOS sensor to measure sky brightness in magnitude per square arcsecond (MPSAS), naked-eye limiting magnitude (NELM), and Bortle Scale. Built for field use, the device features a rugged blue aluminum anodized shell and uses a NiMH battery rechargeable through a USB-C port.
Product Page: https://pegasusastro.com/products/uranus-meteo-sensor/