LED Display Lights

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Did you know? NIMBUS™4 & NIMBUS™4D has three LED lights; Red, Yellow, and Blue each indicating different levels of activity or warning.

Waveform Resolution

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Did you know? NIMBUS™4 resolution is magnified and improved by at least 100 times allowing identification of cloud-to-cloud, cloud-to-ground strikes and positive polarity strikes.

Clock

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Did you know? Having an on-board real time clock allows the NIMBUS™ to modify storm detection algorithms according to time of day and time of […]

Positive Strikes

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Did you know? Positive Strikes are the most dangerous form of strikes and occur in the most dangerous, severe thunderstorms, or as squall lines are […]

Lightning Data Array

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Did you know? NIMBUS™ will collect and analyze up to 20,000 data points when mapping storm activity.

Background Noise Suppression

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Did you know? NIMBUS™4 captures and eliminates outside interference or noise from the data stream allowing it to operate at the highest sensitivity level in […]

Antenna Array

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Did you know? Nimbus™4 uses a multiple antenna array to detect cloud to ground, cloud to cloud, and positive polarity strokes.