Ultrasonic anemometer SenSpot™

ultrasonic anemometer
ultrasonic anemometer
ultrasonic anemometer
ultrasonic anemometer
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Other characteristics
wireless, static
Air velocity

Max.: 75 m/s (246.06 ft/s)

Min.: 0 m/s (0 ft/s)


SenSpot™ provides an easy to install, scalable solution for distributed structural integrity monitoring. Resensys SenSpot™ technology offers a high performance method for large-scale sensing, wireless synchronization, and ultra-energy efficient wireless communication. SenSpot™ is designed to operate maintenance-free for more than a decade. After installation, SenSpot™ does not need calibration, battery replacement, or any other maintenance during its entire service life. It comes with a high-capacity lithium-ion battery and a solar panel with its mount. As a result, it does not require battery replacement and once installed.It meets IP65 standard (completely weatherproof) thus, it is an excellent choice for meteorological instrumentation applications in harsh environment. The Wireless Anemometer SenSpot™ uses ultrasonic anemometer model 81000 (3D) or 86000 (2D) from R.M YOUNG which is one of the industry leaders in meteorological instrumentation. The anemometer can accurately measure the windspeed and is free of maintenance. Features Long lifetime: (minimum expected life without battery replacement 10 years) Weight: 1.3 ~ 2.3kg (2.8~5.0 lb) Wireless transmitter: about 0.6kg ( 2D anemometer: 0.7kg (1.5lb) 3D anemometer: 1.7kg (3.7lb) Easy mounting: Self-adhesive, no drilling is required (e.g. steel) Flange-mount, drilling is required (e.g. concrete) Wide working temperature: -40 to +65°C (-40 °F to +150°F) Long communication range: 1.0km free space Complementary sensing: temperature, battery voltage, etc. 2D Anemometer Specs



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