Sensor Wind Velocity

⇓  Description

With the sensor for wind velocity, the wind velocity is recorded by a low-inertia cup star,whose dual ball-bearing axle is connected to a timing disk. The timing disc is from a non-contact optical sensorscanned. In the integrated electronic pulses are formed, whose frequency is proportional to wind speed. the recorded data will be ina signal processor pre-processed and in the F-bus protocol to the display device or a further Signal processing units supplied. The distance between the wind sensor and this unit can be on a Twisted pair up to 700m and go up to 3000m with additional repeater modules.

To prevent freezing of the sensor, a heater is installed in the body of the wind sensor. The heating is from about+5° C regulated proportional to the temperature outside

The entire sensor for wind speed is made from corrosion resistant materials and protected with a varnish. Labyrinth sealsand sealing rings prevent moisture from penetrating into the interior of the housing.

⇓  Technical data
Measuring range:0-40 m/s
max Stress:60 m/s
Responsiveness:< 0,3 m/s
Accuracy:< 2%
Electrical output:F - Bus - connection, analog 4-20mA or digital 0-400 Hz (Open Collector)
Operating voltage:10 - 28 VDC (analog 20-28VDC)
Protection class:IP 65 to DIN
interference radiation:acc. to EN 55022 -B
electromagnetic immunity:acc. to DIN IEC 801 -2, -4
Heater:12 - 24 VAC / 25 W, electr. regulated
Electrical connection:8pole plug
Housing:seawater resistant Aluminium powder-coated
Ambient temperature:-35°C to +70°C
Dimensions:h=210 mm, cup star ∅320mm
Mounting onto mast tube:∅40mm to ∅52mm
Weight:ca. 1,3kg
F-Bus91 50 460.00
digital (0-400Hz):91 50 450.00
analog (4-20mA):91 50 470.00
  • optical scanning of code disc
  • Ball bearings for ultra-light start
  • All main parts are made of anodized aluminium
  • electronically controlled heating
  • Seawater resistant
Sensor Wind Velocity
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