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Wind speed indicator WM44-EVO11 V3 series
LCD4-20 mAoutdoor

wind speed indicator
wind speed indicator
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Characteristics

Measured value
wind speed
Display
LCD
Other characteristics
4-20 mA, outdoor

Description

Wind speed and direction display for outdoors. IP65. WM44 V3 is a wind speed and direction display for outdoors with 2 alarm relays. Possibility of connecting wind sensors with a frequency or a 4-20 mA analogue output. It has a power output for sensors. FEATURES Alarms The alarm is triggered when the wind speed reaches or exceeds the programmed value. It includes a delay, configurable by keyboard, to prevent the alarm from being triggered by gusts of wind. The alarm is deactivated when the wind speed drops below the programmed value. It also has a configurable delay to prevent the alarm from being deactivated by temporary periods of low-intensity wind. The activation of ALARM2 deactivates ALARM1. When ALARM2 is triggered, the reading will blink to warn about the danger. Alarms configuration: Trigger values, polarity, intermittent or continuous alarm, alarm latching (only ALARM2) Alarms outputs: Relays. Contacts “NO” and “NC” (ALARM1), contact “NO” (ALARM2). Dry relay contacts. User Default setting The setting can be saved as “User Default setting” and can be retrieved when necessary P00 – (4). If no configuration has been saved, the factory configuration can be reset with this process. Register of minimum and maximum wind values. WM44-EVO11 automatically records the minimum and the maximum wind speed values. Press “ENTER” to the see the minimum value and press it again to see the maximum one. After 3 seconds it displays the current screen again. To reset the minimum and the maximum values press “ESCAPE” for 2 seconds.

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