Wind Monitoring Equipment in Kentucky

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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.

Model 200-2520 - Wind Meter

by NovaLynx Corporation     based in Grass Valley, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The 200-2520 Wind Meter is an easy-to-use wind speed meter. The user simply holds the meter at eye level while facing the wind, and wind speed is indicated by the position of a white pith ball in the tube. Two scales are provided: low (2 to 10 mph) and high (4 to 66 mph). Covering a hole at the top of the meter allows reading on the higher scale. ...

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 ...

Stevens - Met One - Ultra Sonic Wind Speed And Direction Sensor

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

The Met One Ultrasonic Wind Direction & Speed sensor is highly accurate with no moving parts, which eliminates required maintenance common to mechanical sensors. This 16-point wind tunnel calibrating sensor provides digital and analog outputs. Available with heated option.

Orion LX - Internet-Ready Weather Station - Fixed-Mount

by Columbia Weather Systems, Inc.     based in Hillsboro, OREGON (USA)

With the compact, all-in-one Orion sensor head, the Orion LX features a Weather MicroServer offering FTP output, XML web service, and Internet browser user interface. This means instantaneous, simultaneous, site-specific weather monitoring for any network user via Weather Master Network Software or URL website. The station can be connected to ...

R.M. Young - Model 05103 - Wind Monitor

by Scientific Sales, Inc.     based in Lawrenceville, NEW JERSEY (USA)

The Model 05103 Wind Monitor is a high performance rugged wind sensor. Its simplicity and corrosion resistant construction make it 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 ...

Orion 420 - Model PLC - Weather Station

by Columbia Weather Systems, Inc.     based in Hillsboro, OREGON (USA)

The Orion 420 Weather Station offers a complete weather station with 4-20 mA output for industrial PLC interface.

Orion Nomad - Portable Weather Station

by Columbia Weather Systems, Inc.     based in Hillsboro, OREGON (USA)

Rapid Deployment Weather Monitoring System: The Orion Nomad Portable Weather Station combines cutting-edge weather sensor technology with tactical mobility to provide a revolutionary weather station for First Responders. Weather Parameters Monitored, Temperature, Barometric Pressure Relative Humidity, Wind Direction and Speed, Rainfall.

Model Orion - Vehicle-Mount Weather Station

by Columbia Weather Systems, Inc.     based in Hillsboro, OREGON (USA)

The Orion Vehicle-Mount Weather Station combines cutting-edge weather sensor technology with tactical mobility to provide a revolutionary weather station for First Responders.Weather Parameters Monitored, Temperature, Barometric Pressure, Relative Humidity, Wind Direction and Speed, Rainfall.

Model 200-81000 - Ultrasonic Anemometer

by NovaLynx Corporation     based in Grass Valley, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The 200-81000 Ultrasonic Anemometer is a three-dimensional no-moving-parts wind sensor. Two-dimensional anemometers meet the need for economy, but they ignore the important vertical wind component. The 200-81000 measure three dimensional wind velocity based on the transit time of ultrasonic acoustic signals. From speed of sound, sonic temperature ...

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