High Quality Wind Measurement Solutions
Jul 24 2017 Read 874 Times
Engineered in the UK for the demanding accuracy, reliability and durability requirements of the Wind Energy industry, the Vector Instruments range of First Class wind sensors are also suited to many other applications, including industrial, agricultural, transport, aero, marine, military, research and general meteorology. These wind instruments are engineered to perform and built to last.
The Vector Instruments A100L2 and W200P models are the basis of the UK Meteorological Office’s current MK6 wind instrument set, and the A100/W200 instrument family is used in applications worldwide by industry, research and weather agencies. These robust instruments have provided users with good wind data throughout some of the most powerful typhoons & cyclones in recent years.
The high-quality components used to construct these A100/W200 series anemometers and wind vanes yield better wind measurement accuracy, lower power-consumption and higher durability/service-life as compared to many other mechanical/ultrasonic wind sensors on the market. Many years of field experience and optimisation of the design of these traditional/mechanical "First Class" instruments means that, despite having moving parts, they can still outperform many other wind measurement technologies in general meteorological applications, achieving the required measurement accuracies while needing little or no maintenance for extended periods.
With over 40 years of experience designing and manufacturing wind sensors and on-going development and improvement, these wind instruments are in use worldwide and have a proven track record and long life in the field.
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