ultrasonic wind sensor Equipment in Massachusetts

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Ultrasonic Wind Sensors

by RainWise Inc.     based in Trenton, MAINE (USA)

For several years RainWise has looked for a partner to provide us with a superior Ultrasonic sensor. We are excited to announce that the LCJ Capteurs has met or exceeded the strict criteria RainWise had outlined. This product line, based on more than 14 years of evolution, has been a great success in the European market and now is exclusively ...

Model CV7-V - Precision Ultrasonic Wind Sensor

by RainWise Inc.     based in Trenton, MAINE (USA)

The LCJ ultrasonic wind sensor. It is light weight, compact and uses minimal energy consumption. The unique CV7 family of high precision sensors are available in many output configurations. The base models CV7-L & CV7-V come standard with the Serial RS422/RS232 bus using the well-known NMEA 0183 output protocol.

Model Sonic-SDI - Ultrasonic Wind Sensor

by RainWise Inc.     based in Trenton, MAINE (USA)

Configured to work with a SDI-12 data logger. The Sonic-SDI sensors are mounted on a 310mm/16mm diameter aluminum post with a mounting bracket and supplied with an 82ft (25m) length cable.

WindSonic - Model USWSC - Lightweight Ultrasonic Wind Sensor

by RainWise Inc.     based in Trenton, MAINE (USA)

A lightweight ultrasonic wind sensor, WindSonic is of a robust, high strength construction designed to withstand installation and use with no fear of the damage commonly experienced with the more fragile cups, vanes or propellers. Windsonic does not require expensive on-site calibration or maintenance, and with a corrosion free exterior, WindSonic ...

Lufft - Model V200A-UMB - Ultrasonic Wind Sensor

by G. Lufft Mess- und Regeltechnik GmbH     based in Fellbach, GERMANY

V200A-Ultrasonic Wind Sensor, plastic housing and 20W-heater. Supplementary description: Extremely precise and maintenance-free measurement of wind velocity and wind direction as well as calculation of acoustic virtual temperature. The ultrasonic wind sensor is designed without mechanical parts as they have been used with traditional 'cups and ...

WindSonic - Model M - Ultrasonic Wind Sensor

by Gill Instruments Limited     based in Lymington, UNITED KINGDOM

WindSonic M is a robust ultrasonic wind speed and direction sensor with aluminium alloy construction and optional heating system. The sensor is solid-state with no moving parts, using ultrasonic measurement technology to detect wind speed and direction at speeds up to 60m/s (134mph).The robust aluminium alloy housing is hard-anodised to ensure ...

Ultrasonic Wind Sensor 2D

by Logotronic GmbH     based in Vienna, AUSTRIA

The Ultrasonic Wind Sensor 2D is designed to detect the horizontal components of wind speed andwind direction in two dimensions as well as the virtual temperature. Due to its very short measurementintervals, the instrument is ideal for the inertia-free measurement of gusts and peak values.

LCJ - Model Sonic SDI 12 - Ultrasonic Wind Sensor

by LCJ Capteurs     based in Vertou, FRANCE

The SONIC-SDI is a variation of the CV7-V, integrating the SDI12 protocol and optimising electrical consumption. Sample rate is 2 Hz.The available data are:-Average speed and direction over 10 minutes-Minimum wind speed and direction for that period-Maximum wind speed (gust 3s) and direction for that period-Software version and serial number-Data ...

LCJ - Model CV7-V-USB - Ultrasonic Wind Sensor

by LCJ Capteurs     based in Vertou, FRANCE

Anemometer with USB Compatibility.Equipment supplied :-Sensor,-25m cable-Vertical bracket,-Black Box USB,-Power supply by USB PORT,-Interface-User Manual-2 year Warranty

LCJ - Model CV7-V - Ultrasonic wind sensor

by LCJ Capteurs     based in Vertou, FRANCE

CV7 Transducers communicate between themselves delivering four independent measures. The validity checks are some reinforced while head wind measured vectors are preferably used for calculations. This method gives a sensibility of 0,13 m/s, a dynamic of 40 m/s and an excellent linearity.

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