Wind Energy Equipment in France

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Kestrel 4100

by Forestry Suppliers, Inc.     based in Jackson, MISSISSIPPI (USA)

This hand held unit measures everything you need to know on a job site. Air flow is measured in cfm, L/s, m3/s, m3/m, m3/h; Air Velocity in ft/m, mph, m/s, km/h, kts, Beaufort; Temperature in °F or °C; Humidity in %; and additional measurements of dewpoint, wind chill and heat stress index. Other features include: Data Logger (automatic and ...

WindSentinel - Wind Resource Assessment System

by AXYS Technologies Inc.     based in Sidney, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

The WindSentinel™ is a wind resource assessment buoy that uses LiDAR to accurately measure wind speed, wind direction, and turbulence offshore at turbine hub-height and across the blade span

PowerWind 90

by IMS WindPower     based in Portsmouth, UNITED KINGDOM

The PowerWind 90 is a highly efficient wind turbine with a rated power of 2.5MW and a 90m rotor diameter. Under IEC class IIA certification it is best suited to sites with medium-high wind speeds. The PowerWind 90 combines robust mechanical engineering with advanced power electronics. Its mechanical design is based on the proven modular drive ...

Model WE-14 - Wind Resource Anemometer

by Climatronics Corporation     based in Bohemia, NEW YORK (USA)

Climatronics’ WE-14 anemometer (P/N 102836) is specifically designed for measuring the wind speed at potential wind power generating facilities. This anemometer is an ideal direct replacement for the disposable plastic sensors used historically for wind resource assessment.

Model WE-24 - Wind Resource Vane

by Climatronics Corporation     based in Bohemia, NEW YORK (USA)

Climatronics’ WE-24 wind direction sensor (P/N 102837), companion to our WE-14 wind speed resource anemometer, incorporates a precision wire-wound potentiometer for reliable and highly accurate measurement of the wind direction. The potentiometer is directly coupled to the vane assembly. Variations in wind direction produce a corresponding ...

Wind turbine gears

by Moventas Oy     based in Jyväskylä, FINLAND

Moventas is well known for reliable power-transmission solutions in the wind power industry. Our wind turbine gear units are in use all over the world, wherever wind is farmed. We support wind energy market growth by providing reliable gear technology and related services for wind turbines. We are significantly increasing our production capacity ...

Enercorp - First Class Wind Transmitter

by Enercorp Instruments ltd     based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The First Class wind transmitters are designed to evaluate the location and capacity of future wind power systems. The anemometer measures the horizontal component of wind speed and the direction transmitter detects the horizontal wind direction. The measured value from each is available as a digital signal at the output. The rotation of the ...

Wind Transmitter First Class

by Windcom Messtechnik GmbH     based in Hamburg, GERMANY

The wind transmitter is designed for the measurement of the horizontal component of the wind speed in the field of meteorology and environmental measuring technology, evaluation of on-site wind potential, and measurement of capacity characteristics of wind power systems. The device features optimized characteristics, dynamic behaviour at high ...

LCJ - Model CV7-C - High Speed Ultrasonic Wind Sensor

by LCJ Capteurs     based in Vertou, FRANCE

The long carbon arm allows the CV7-C sensor to measure the wind further from the disturbance caused by the rigging and sails. Lightweight: less than 150 gr (arm included). The CV7-C has a data rate which is twice as fast as the CV7 and CV7-V. The CV7-C has excellent performance in electromagnetic conditions, often met in offshore races. CV7-C has ...

Far Data - Model NP-3 - Wind Speed Anemometer Transmitter

by Far Data Ltd. GLP     based in Krakow, POLAND

The NP-3 Wind Speed Transmitter is a device characterised by robust construction and is used to measure the speed of wind in open air. The device's special bearing and maze-like sealing allow for measurement of wind even in the case of very low speed values. The use of special bearing restricts the necessity of lubricating the device, whereas the ...

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