86000

YOUNG Ultrasonic Anemometers

YOUNG Ultrasonic Anemometers

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The YOUNG Model 86000 2D ultrasonic anemometer offers high performance and low power consumption in a compact size.

Features

  • Ideal for the most demanding wind sensing applications
  • Calibrated & tested in wind tunnel to provide accurate wind measurement over a wide operating range
  • Durable, corrosion-resistant construction with sensitive ultrasonic transducers
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Introducing the YOUNG Model 86000 next generation 2D Ultrasonic Anemometer. The sensor offers high performance and low power consumption in a compact size. It is ideal for the most demanding wind sensing applications.

The sensor features durable, corrosion-resistant construction with sensitive ultrasonic transducers secured in a streamlined molded frame. The 86000 is fully wind tunnel tested and calibrated to provide accurate wind measurement over a wide operating range.

The standard sensor includes many useful output options. Analog voltage outputs are provided for wind speed and wind direction. 4-20 mA current signals are available for each channel and are well suited for long cable runs or for industrial settings where noise immunity is important. A variety of serial output formats are also available. These include ASCII text, RMYT (compatible with YOUNG displays), NMEA and SDI-12 formats.

The sensor installs on readily available 1 inch (IPS) pipe. Wiring connections are made in a convenient weatherproof junction box; special mounting adapters, connectors and cables are not required.

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YOUNG Ultrasonic Anemometers 86000 Ultrasonic anemometer, analog & serial outputs
$1390.00
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YOUNG Ultrasonic Anemometers 86106 Ultrasonic anemometer, NMEA serial outputs
$1390.00
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YOUNG Ultrasonic Anemometers 86004 Ultrasonic anemometer, heated
$1950.00
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YOUNG Sensor Cables 18446 Sensor cable, 5 conductor shielded, 22 AWG, per ft.
$0.50
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YOUNG Sensor Cables 86070 Sensor cable, 9 conductor shielded, per ft. (required for 86004)
$0.80
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YOUNG Wind Trackers 06201 Wind Tracker wind speed & direction indicator, 110 VAC / 60 Hz adapter
$926.00
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YOUNG Portable Tripod 18940 Portable tripod
$474.00
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YOUNG 18943 Guy wire assembly for portable tripod
$208.00
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Is my Anemometer waterproof?
The YOUNG 86000 Anemometer is rated IP66.
What is the starting threshold?
The starting threshold is <0.01m/s.
How accurate is the YOUNG Anemometer?
The YOUNG Anemometer has an accuracy of +/- 2 degrees.

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