Air Monitoring

Unique Wind Sensors with Low Energy Consumption

Jul 13 2017 Comments 0

LCJ Capteurs manufactures Ultrasonic Wind Sensor since 1999 and 11,000 of our sonic anemometer/wind vane are now measuring wind everywhere in the world.

Our sensors have proven robustness, reliability and accuracy in the harsh marine environment. They can be directly run by a PC, or by any equipment with normalised inputs: 0-10V, 4-20mA, SDI-12, NMEA, pulse and potentiometer.

LCJ Capteurs offers a unique wind sensor on the market: Self-powered and Plug & Play. This is a very useful solution for integration to AWS (Autonomous Weather Station). It is part of the CV7 range, which meets a wide range of needs. Low consumption or self-powered, multiple interface possibilities, lightweight, compactness, robustness, everything is considered to match the requirements for meteorological applications, smart buildings, smart city installations, amusement parks, public fountains, sport installations, air quality stations, agriculture, marine, IoT, etc.

“The best Ultrasonic Wind Sensors, with low energy consumption at reasonable prices”.

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