Measure wind speed and direction over your chosen interval. Straightforward setup. Plug-and-log simplicity when used with the Em50 line of data loggers.
|Wind Speed Accuracy||± 5%|
|Wind Direction Accuracy||7°|
|Wind Speed Resolution||1 mph (0.45 m/s, 1.6 km/hr)|
|Wind Direction Resolution||1° (0 to 355°)|
|Wind Speed Range||0 – 129 mph (58 m/s, 209 km/hr)|
|Start Threshold||3 mph (1.3 m/s, 4.8 km/hr)|
|Wind Direction Range||0 to 360°|
|Material||Wind Vane and Control Head: UV-resistant ABS
Wind Cups: Polycarbonate
Anemometer Arm: Black-anodised aluminium
|Dimensions||18.5 in. long x 7.5 in. high x 4.75 in. wide (470 mm x 191 mm x 121 mm)|
|Weight||2 lbs. 15 oz. (1.332 kg)|
|Data Logger Compatibility (Not Exclusive)||Decagon Em50 Series, Campbell Scientific|
The Davis anemometer isn’t revolutionary–it’s all about simplicity. It measures wind speed and direction over your chosen measurement interval without complex setup, maintenance, or programming.
Setup is simple: mount with two screws, orient with a compass, plug into the logger, and start logging wind data.
Wind is one of the main variables that determines how fast water moves through the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum. With the Davis anemometer, you can add this important variable to your soil moisture data set without a lot of hassle.