Sensing wind speed
Published: 13 August 2012 - Rachael Morling
A wireless wind speed sensor has been introduced by Mantracourt. Built on the company’s
T24 2.4GHz wireless technology, the T24-WSS sensor will operate alongside any Mantracourt T24 device such as base stations, handheld displays, analogue outputs, relay modules and GPRS data loggers, etc.
The sensor features a high quality three-cup rotor pressed on a stainless steel shaft with rugged Delrin body with bronze Rulon bushings. The output value of the anemometer can be calibrated and configured to the user’s requirements and can measure over the range five to 125mph. It will ‘power down’ between transmissions to maximise battery life in the field and has a wireless range of up to 200m.
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