Classic Wind Speed Transmitter

Model Number: 4.3x0x.22.0xx
Manufacturer: Adolf Thies GmbH & Co. KG

The Classic Wind Speed transmitters is designed for applications where accuracy and reliability are paramount

Overview

Classic Wind Speed Transmitter

The Classic series of wind transmitters are designed for applications where accuracy and reliability are paramount.

The Classic Wind Speed Sensor measures the horizontal wind speed with an analogue output which can be transmitted to a display, recording instrument, data logger or process control system. For winter operation the sensor is equipped with electronically regulated heating to guarantee the smooth running of the ball bearings and to avoid ice formation on the body.

The housing is made of anodised aluminium for good corrosion resistance and long life. Labyrinth seals and O-rings protect the sensitive internal parts from precipitation. The instrument is designed for mounting to a mast tube and the electrical plug connection is situated in the transmitter shaft.

Specifications

Measuring range 0.3 - 75 m/s (model dependent)
Accuracy ± 0.3 or 0.5m/s, ±2% of m.v. (model dependent)
Distance constant 5m
Heating 24 V AC/DC; 20W
Ambient temperature -35° to +80° C
Electrical connection Multi-pin plug
Mounting onto mast tube
Fixing bore 50 x 50 mm (diameter x depth)
Dimensions Ø316 x 226 mm
Protection IP55
Weight 1 Kg
Material of housing Aluminium, anodised
Material of cup-star Aluminium, anodised

Sales & Support

Contact Biral for more information

To find out more about this instrument or to discuss your application requirements please do not hesitate to contact Biral.

  • email enquiries@biral.com (or use the Request More Information button below the product photograph)
  • Telephone to 01275 847787 (from the UK) or +44 1275 847787 (International)

After Sales Support

Biral offers free advice and technical support for the lifetime of the instruments we sell. Once you have purchased the unit you can always contact us for help using the links on our Technical Support page.

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