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YOUNG Wind Sentry Anemometer & Vane

YOUNG Wind Sentry Anemometer & Vane

Description

The YOUNG Wind Sentry Anemometer and Vane are professional quality sensors suitable for a wide range of wind measurement applications.

Features

  • Anemometer uses three lightweight hemispherical cups to measure wind speed
  • Vane employs a balanced assembly with position sensed by a long-life potentiometer
  • Precision stainless steel ball bearings are used throughout
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The YOUNG Wind Sentry Anemometer and Vane are professional quality sensors suitable for a wide range of wind measurement applications. These economically priced sensors provide excellent sensitivity, corrosion resistance, and minimal parts count for easy maintenance.

The anemometer uses three lightweight hemispherical cups to measure wind speed. Cup wheel rotation produces an AC frequency that is linearly proportional to wind speed. The vane employs a balanced vane assembly with vane position sensed by a long life precision potentiometer. Precision stainless steel ball bearings are used throughout.

Notable Specifications:

Range:
Wind Speed: 0-50 m/s (112 mph)
Azimuth: 360° mech.,352° electrical (8° open)
Accuracy:
Wind Speed: ±0.5 m/s (1.1 mph)
Wind Direction: ±5°
Threshold*:
Anemometer: 1.1 m/s (2.5 mph)
Vane: 1.3 m/s (2.9 mph) at 10°
Signal Output:
Wind Speed Signal: AC sine wave, 1 pulse per rev.
Wind Direction Signal: DC voltage from 10Kohm conductive plastic potentiometer, 1% linearity, life expectancy: 50 million revolutions.
Power Requirement: Potentiometer excitation 15 VDC max
Dimensions:
Overall height: 32 cm (12.6 in)
Crossarm Length: 28cm (11.0 in) between instrument centers
Vane length: 22 cm (8.7 in)
Cup wheel diameter: 12 cm (4.7 in)
Crossarm mounting: 34 mm (1.34 in) diameter (standard 1 inch pipe)
Shipping Weight: (03002) 1.3 kg (3 lb)

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YOUNG Wind Sentry Anemometer & Vane 03002 Wind Sentry anemometer & vane
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YOUNG Wind Sentry Anemometer & Vane 03002LM Wind Sentry anemometer & vane, 4-20 mA = 0-50 m/s
$950.00
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YOUNG Wind Sentry Anemometer & Vane 03002LP Wind Sentry anemometer & vane, 4-20 mA = 0-100 mph
$950.00
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YOUNG Wind Sentry Anemometer & Vane 03002LN Wind Sentry anemometer & vane, 4-20 mA = 0-100 knots
$950.00
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YOUNG Wind Sentry Anemometer & Vane 03002LK Wind Sentry anemometer & vane, 4-20 mA = 0-200 km/hr
$950.00
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YOUNG Wind Sentry Anemometer & Vane 03002VM Wind Sentry anemometer & vane, 0-1 V = 0-50 m/s
$960.00
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YOUNG Wind Sentry Anemometer & Vane 03002VP Wind Sentry anemometer & vane, 0-1 V = 0-100 mph
$960.00
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YOUNG Wind Sentry Anemometer & Vane 03002VN Wind Sentry anemometer & vane, 0-1 V = 0-100 knots
$960.00
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YOUNG Wind Sentry Anemometer & Vane 03002VK Wind Sentry anemometer & vane, 0-1 V = 0-200 km/hr
$960.00
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YOUNG Sensor Cables 18641 Sensor cable, 2 conductor shielded, 22 AWG, per ft.
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YOUNG Sensor Cables 18446 Sensor cable, 5 conductor shielded, 22 AWG, per ft.
$0.60
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YOUNG Sensor Cables 18723 Sensor cable, 2 pair shielded, 22 AWG, per ft.
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