What does the soon mandatory RoHS certification mean for Lufft products?

Up to now RoHS wasn’t mandatory for us, because we were affected by an exception rule concerning monitoring and control instruments. This exception will end on July 22, 2017 meaning that all Lufft products on the market need to be compliant with the RoHS regulations henceforward. If we couldn’t ensure this, we aren’t allowed to further sell and export them. But how do we deal with this directive?

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New Lufft Weather Station in Chile helps to prevent wildfires

In January 2017, forest fires in southern and central Chile were raging for more than two weeks. Eleven people were killed in the flames. In order to enhance preventive measures to avoid this in the future, the Chilean partner of IQ Wireless, BZ Forest, installed the first FireWatch fire detection system including Lufft technology.

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New from Lufft: The laser-based snow depth sensor SHM31

In future, one of our new products will support weather services, road operators, operators of winter sport areas and energy producers in the field of environmental monitoring: The SHM31 is able to deliver snow depths of up to 15 meters. It represents an advancement of the SHM30, which came onto the market in mid-2009.

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Lifesaving weather warnings thanks to professional visibility sensors

The new Lufft visibility sensor VS20k is now officially available. But what distinguishes it from the previous model and for which applications is it suitable? In the following article, you learn more about the new Lufft visibility sensor family…

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