Analogue wind indicator units

Industrial
Analogue wind indicator units

Analogue wind indicator units

Applications

  • measuring stations
  • industrial plants
  • air fields
  • cranes
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the current wind direction and wind speed are clearly displayed. The data is unambiguously interpretable on the ergonomically well-made scale faces. Robust moving-coil measuring system and metal housings guarantee long-term stability and linearity. Standard housings (Q 144 format) permit easy mounting into control panels.

  • inner scale of indicator (1476 Q 144N) with 8 main and 8 intermediate wind directions
  • good readability of analogous scales
  • no individual power supply required
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Analogue wind indicator units
Id-No.:
00.14763.000000 Wind direction: N-potentiometer; 3 x 10 V
00.14773.035090 Wind speed: 0...20 mA; linear
00.14773.035210 Wind speed: 0...1 mA; Ri = 2000 Ω
00.14773.035 610 Wind speed: 0...4 mA; Ri = 220 Ω
Measuring range:
analogue • wind direction (1476): 0...360°
analogue • wind speed (1477): 0...35 m/s
Accuracy:
wind direction (1476): ± 5° • wind speed (1477): ± 2 % FS
Signal input:
00.14763.000000: N-potentiometer • 3 x 10 V
00.14773.035090: 0...20 mA • linear
00.14773.035210: 0...1 mA • Ri - 2000 Ω
00.14773.035610: 0...4 mA • Ri - 220 Ω
Measuring elements:
wind direction (1476): 3 coil measuring system; ''electric schaft''
wind speed (1477): moving coil measuring system
Dimensions:
wind direction (1476): 144 x 144 x 130 mm
wind speed (1477): 144 x 144 x 90 mm
Housing:
standard housing for installation in control panels • white scale • black inscription
Weight:
wind direction (1476): 2 kg • wind speed (1477): 1.4 kg
Included in delivery:
2 brackets
Connectable to:
wind direction: sensors with N-potentiometer • as well as with 3 x 10 V outputs
wind speed: sensors with analog output
SYNMET-NAV Data logger

Individual ship data are registered professionally in connection with the shipboard computer. Data are then processed for regulation and safety on board. Detection of turbulences, luff and lee comparison, "true wind" as well as "bottom track" are some examples.

  • ring buffer for 1 year
  • freely configurable sensor inputs
  • 17 sensor channels
  • 43 virtual channels
  • able to communicate via Internet with a router*
  • LAN integration via Ethernet interface*
  • integrated sensor and hardware control
  • simultaneous communication with up to 10 users*

* Ethernet connection kit required

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