Climatronics goes “GREEN” with meteorological wind sensors and systems for the renewable energy sector

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Source: Climatronics Corporation

Climatronics Corporation now offers an array of meteorological instruments and systems for worldwide renewable energy (wind) applications. The Wind Energy Sonic Anemometer (WESA) can be mounted on wind turbines which use the WESA data to optimize turbine performance.  Several anemometers are available for use in wind energy site prospecting and evaluation, and can be used with Climatronics’ or most other data acquisition systems. High accuracy wind monitoring systems can also be provided with tall tower mounting for confirming wind farm performance with the wind sensors meeting all appropriate accuracy and performance standards in the wind energy field.

Climatronics’ systems to measure winds and other meteorological variables have also been used to provide input to the heating, ventilation, cooling energy management systems for LEED-certified buildings.  For a recent project in New York, a 43-story office tower which is expected to open in late 2009, Climatronics’ meteorological system will provide a full suite of meteorological data including solar radiation and illumination for the energy management control system. This 740-foot-tall tower will earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification by incorporating 'green' building technologies, such as water and energy conservation, and use of recycled materials.

Climatronics is a leading manufacturer of weather sensors and systems specializing in turn-key system integration and custom application. We supply and service our equipment throughout the world and maintain a complete factory calibration facility. To learn more about this product or to review our entire range of products and services, visit our website www.climatronics.com, email sales@climatronics.com, or call 631-567-7300.

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