Wind Monitoring Equipment in Haiti

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Wind Sensors: Combined Wind Speed and Direction Sensors

by LSI-LASTEM srl     based in Settala Premenugo, ITALY

The CombiSD combines sensors for measuring both wind speed and direction in a single instrument. In addition to its advantages in terms of robustness, lightness, overall dimensions and lower cost with respect to systems using separate units, installation and wiring are also simplified and easier to carry out. The CombiSD anemometer is available in ...

R.M. Young - Model 5103 - RMY Wind Speed & Direction Sensor

by Stevens Water Monitoring Systems, Inc.     based in Portland, OREGON (USA)

The RMY Wind Speed & Direction sensor is a high performance, rugged time proven design ideal for a wide range of wind measuring applications. The wind speed sensor is a four blade helicoid propeller. Propeller rotation produces an AC sine wave voltage signal with frequency directly proportional to wind speed. Slip rings and brushes are ...

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

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 ...

Second Wind - Model PV-1 - Wind Vane

by Second Wind     based in Newton, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

The standard vane used in the wind energy industry. Stainless steel and thermoplastic construction for corrosion resistance. The PV-1 was developed by Second Wind in response to our customers in the field. Earlier technology too often fell short in its ability to accurately capture data in every direction and in cold, icy environments.

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 ...

Pulsonic - Model 1022 - Digital Meter 4-20mA

by Pulsonic     based in Orsay, FRANCE

The 1022 digital meter shows wind speed or wind direction with 14mm LED displays. The digital meter powers the two-wire anemometer 178 or wane 179. It can be equipped with a 2-relay control output card (2RE). Relay is activated if wind speed reaches a programmable threshold. You can specify two different wind speed values.

Gill WindSonic - Ultrasonic Wind Sensor

by Isodaq Technology     based in Bromyard, UNITED KINGDOM

The Gill instruments WindSonic Ultrasonic Wind Sensor is ideal for connection to any ISODAQ telemetry logger with the SDI-12 interface e.g. Frog RX or Hawk XT. WindSonic is a robust, low cost ultrasonic wind sensor with no moving parts. This 2-axis ultrasonic wind sensor offers maintenance-free wind speed and direction monitoring for true ...

Model LAP3000 - Radar Wind Profiler

by Scintec AG     based in Tübingen, GERMANY

The LAP3000 is a Doppler beam swinging wind profiler that reliably provides continuous and real-time vertical profiles of horizontal wind speed and direction and vertical velocity up to 3 km above ground level (agl). This version operates at a frequency of 1290 MHz.

Wind Masts

by Nexgen_b     based in Gloucestershire, UNITED KINGDOM

Compact and easy to assemble : The 3m maximum tube size of each mast section enables compact transportation and easy erection. Each mast is supplied complete with all fixings required, excluding ginpole and anchors. A hinged base and ginpole erection system enables winching up with minimal load.

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