01OC Wind Speed Sensor and 020C Wind Speed Direction Sensor
The 01OC Wind Speed Sensor and 020C Wind Speed Direction sensor meet U.S. EPA and NRC specifications for critical measurement applications. Both wind speed and wind direction sensors are used in environments ranging from Antarctic cold to arid desert.
50.5 Sonic Wind Sensor
The 50.5 Sonic Wind Sensor is the latest field-proven sensor originating from the development work started with NOAA on sonic wind sensors over 25 years ago. This sensor design contains the same wind distortion algorithm and factoring that have been proven and accepted in applications around the world.
No other sensor technology has the history of time proven field performance comparable to the Series 50.5 Sonic Wind Sensor.
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034B Wind Sensor
The 034B Wind Sensor combines wind speed and direction measurements in a single sensing unit. It installs in minutes and provides accurate, long-term, continuous monitoring in hostile environments. The sensor uses a quick-connect sensor cable which may extend hundreds of feet without affecting measurement performance.
014A Wind Speed Sensor and 024A Wind Direction Sensor
The 014A Wind Speed Sensor and 024A Wind Direction Sensor are accurate, durable and economical instruments, suitable for a wide range of wind-study applications. They are designed for long term unattended operation in most environments.
S2 Sonic Anemometer
The Met One S2 Sonic Anemometer (P/N 102779) is designed for ambient wind sensing in harsh environment industrial applications and general wind sensing applications as a direct replacement for conventional mechanical propeller and cup anemometers in performance and cost. It requires no periodic maintenance or calibration.
The 013 Wind Speed Sensor and 023 Wind Direction Sensor have been specifically designed to accurately and reliably measure wind velocity and direction under the most adverse environmental conditions. These sensors are particularly suited to remote, unattended monitoring applications where they are likely to encounter high winds and/or heavy icing conditions. Constructed of corrosion resistant stainless steel and anodized aluminum they are also well suited to coastal and maritime applications.
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