Ultrasonic wind speed and direction sensor, also known as ultrasonic anemometer and ultrasonic anemometer, is a wind speed and direction measuring instrument developed based on the principle of ultrasound. It uses the transmitted sound wave pulse to measure the time or frequency (Doppler transform) difference at the receiving end to calculate Wind speed and direction. The sensor can measure the instantaneous value of wind speed and wind direction at the same time, and supports signal output of current, voltage, RS485, 4G wireless Internet access, etc.
The shell of the whole machine is made of high-quality ABS material, which has the characteristics of light weight, no moving parts, sturdiness and practicality, and does not require maintenance and on-site calibration, and can output wind speed and direction at the same time. It can be used in conjunction with a computer, data collector or other collection equipment with RS485 or analog output.