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How to Maintain and Repair Anemometer?

As anemometer sensors operate in outdoor environments and are exposed to severe weather conditions, they deteriorate relatively quickly. To ensure stable, high-accuracy observation, anemometer maintenance should be carried out periodically. This section describes general points to note when performing maintenance and repairing the sensors of anemometers. Strictly speaking, it is not possible to repair anemometers …

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Ultrasonic Wind Speed and Wind Direction Anemometer for Wind Measurement

Traditional mechanical wind speed and direction sensors have rotating parts, which are prone to wear and tear. The mechanical structure may be damaged by bad weather, and sand dust and salt spray will also cause corrosion. At the same time, due to the existence of friction, the mechanical anemometer will not be able to drive …

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The Solution of Unstable Signal Received by Anemometer under High Wind Speed

People often ask that the received signal is very stable when the wind speed is below 20 m/s, but when the wind speed exceeds 20 m/s, the anemometer received signal starts to shake, and the measurement time difference is hard to handle, etc. First, let’s analyze several situations that cause signal instability. ①Sound wave direction …

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