WindSonic – Now with Low Power SDI-12 Output

June 6th, 2011 | Category: News Archive, Product News
WindSonic Wind Sensor

<2mA Power Consumption SDI-12 Output

The Gill WindSonic ultrasonic wind sensor, which has become the industry benchmark for low cost, precision ultrasonic wind measurement, now features a low power SDI-12 output.

Capable of monitoring wind speeds up to 60m/s, WindSonic utilises our proven ultrasonic measurement technology with no moving parts. With the updated SDI-12 output, power consumption is less than 2mA in standby mode. Other new features include a vector or scalar rolling average function providing one minute average and one minute maximum speed with associated direction.

WindSonic has a robust, corrosion-free polycarbonate housing suitable for use in harsh weather environments and is particularly suited to meteorological and hydrological installations.

For more information, images and technical details please visit the WindSonic product page or contact our technical team for further advice.

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