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Ultrasonic anemometer Windcheck™

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0.1 m/s (0.33 ft/s)


Pillard Windcheck™ measures wind velocity and direction ensuring optimal air ventilation in road tunnels and safety for users. Ultimate technology with a limited investment Pillard Windcheck™ measures the wind velocity and the wind direction and then compared to its reference axis. The measured value triggers the automatic activation of ventilation when required. Using the principle of sound propagation through air, the technology of ultrasound anemometer is really simple to use and install, thus optimizing costs. Flexible solution To adapt to difficult conditions - negative ambient temperature for instance, Pillard Windcheck™ automatically activates the heaters fitted in the satellite to avoid freezing and guarantee accurate measures whatever the environment. Easy to install and maintain Pillard Windcheck™ is designed as an “all-in-one” and the communication with the equipment is managed by a remote console, making the setting and installation smooth and quick. Pillard Windcheck™'s maintenance is easy; cleaning the transducers with a soft tissue twice a year guarantees the proper operation of the anemometer. Key features 415 anemometers installed in French tunnels ULTIMATE TECHNOLOGY WITH A LIMITED INVESTMENT Pillard WindcheckTM integrates ultrasound technology into a single unit to measure wind velocity and direction. The ultrasound technology is based on sound propagation through the air ; two transducers are alternately transmitters and receivers. The outward and return transit times induced by the air ow are measured. Using the time dierence, the internal calculator measures the wind speed and direction compared to its reference axis.


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