A string unwinder is used to deploy the full length of the radiosonde tether string only after the balloon has been launched
Parachutes may be used in meteorological soundings as a safety feature. to slow rate of descent of the payload following balloon burst
The iMet-P pilotsonde is a transmitter-only type radiosonde that can be used with a tracking radiotheodolite to make upper-air Pilot Wind observations.
The iMet-54 research radiosonde utilises the XData protocol to seamlessly connect to 3rd party sensors such as an ECC Ozonesonde.
The iMet-54 is a new-generation radiosonde utilising the latest in sensor technologies. Improved measurement techniques help to overcome previous limitations such as super-cooling and sensor icing.
The Radiosonde Configuration Unit provides communication to the radiosonde from within the D-Met Sounding Software.
The iMet-50 pilotsonde is based on the full-featured iMet-54 radiosonde design. It offers winds-only sounding profiles at an affordable price.
The iMet-2 radiosonde is a performance-tested, high accuracy radiosonde. Launched in 2009, it has been flown globally; from the Arctic’s to the Equator and even on research vessels.