Ultrasonic Anemometers FAQs
What is an Ultrasonic Anemometer?
Ultrasonic anemometers, first developed in the 1950s, use ultrasonic sound waves to measure wind velocity. They measure wind speed based on the time of flight of sonic pulses between pairs of transducers. … The spatial resolution is given by the path length between transducers, which is typically 10 to 20 cm.
Maximum wind speed 75m/s that can be measured?
Yes, but this is not our standard product. Before placing an order, we need to inform the salesperson that we need to replace a higher-level ultrasound probe separately, which also means a higher price.
Will the default configuration be equipped with an electronic compass?
As mentioned above, the model represented by “– C” is the configuration with electronic compass.