INDUSTRY Modbus

Wind speed sensor

Synthetic vaneSynthetic cup rotorIP 55 protection rating18 W heatedModbus RTU
INDUSTRY Modbus

INDUSTRY Modbus

Wind speed sensor

Applications

  • professional meteorological applications
  • building automation
  • photovoltaic systems
  • industrial meteorology
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Very economical...

This wind pair is of a special nature and very economical in acquisition. Furthermore, these sensors impress with high accuracy, simplest mounting methods and ultimately robust, seawater-proof materials. The Modbus RTU interface simplifies sensor installation and integration into networks.

  • precision, tradition and future reliability
  • large operative measuring and temperature range
  • simplest mast mounting
  • very good starting values through magnetic, contactless measuring principle
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INDUSTRY Modbus
Id-No.:
00.14577.110030
Range of application:
temperatures -30...+70 °C heated • wind speed 0...60 m/s
Dimensions:
cup rotor Ø 95 mm - H 230 mm
Starting value:
< 0.7 m/s
Resolution:
< 0.02 m/s
Output:
Modbus RTU · RS 485
Housing:
aluminium • anodised • IP 55 • Ø 32 mm • bore Ø 30 mm for mounting at traverse
Accuracy:
0.5 m/s at 0.7...5 m/s and 2 % FS at 5.02...50 m/s
Weight:
approx. 0.25 kg
Included in delivery:
4-pole M12 plug connector
Measuring elements:
plastic • 3 armed cup rotor - fail safe
Measuring principle:
Hall Sensor Array
Supply voltage:
24 (20...28) VDC • max. 800 mA
Measuring range:
0.7...50 m/s
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The modular conception allows great flexibility and easy installation.

  • quick and simple installation of wind sensors, temperature/ humidity sensors with sensor shelter, pyranometers, sensors for sunshine duration etc.
  • high quality, robust materials
  • high flexibility because of modular conception
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  • extensive sensor library
  • formulary and free formula parser
  • integrated alarm system for 10 alarm outputs via built-in and external relays, email, SMS
  • interference-proof due to high-quality, shielded aluminium housing
  • user-friendly with free access to all connections and controls
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 met[APP]

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  • configures the met[LOG]

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