What is the AERIBAGO?

The AERIbago is a modified 1994 Winnebago designed to deploy multiple weather instruments easily and quickly. The AERIbago currently contains an AERI instrument, ceilometer, surface station, radiosonde launch receiver, and GPS total precipitable water antennas. The vehicle has participated in many field experiments including those in the Utah desert, Andros Island (Bahamas), and farm fields in Oklahoma. If you would like to know more about the mobile instrument suite, please browse the information to the left or contact Wayne Feltz.

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Size: 28 Feet in length
Power: Full power, 3 phase, 60 Amp Hubble all weather connection, we need to contract electrician for wiring
Internet Access: LAN already installed, phone line need (voice/data), ethernet preferable but not necessary
Last updated: March 10, 2005 by SSEC Webmaster