HyQuest Solutions WeatherSens WS200 Wind Sensor

The WeatherSens AR200 ultrasonic wind sensor determines and calculates wind speed and direction with a 4 Hz sampling interval at speeds up to 45 meters per second.


  • Corrosion-resistant polycarbonate material, solid structure and rugged design
  • Easy integration into 3rd party systems via SDI-12 or RS-485 Modbus RTU
  • Low power consumption ideal for battery/solar powered systems
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Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
HyQuest Solutions WeatherSens WS200 Wind Sensor
WeatherSens WS200 ultrasonic wind sensor, 10m cable
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

The WeatherSens WS200 ultrasonic wind sensor determines and calculates wind speed and direction with a 4 Hz sampling interval to provide running means on vector and scalar output. This version is constructed with corrosion-resistant polycarbonate material according IP66 and complies to WMO guidelines for wind measuring monitoring and methods of operation.

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  • (1) 10m sensor cable
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