The Synchrotac 710 series of wind speed and direction sensors are designed for general purpose wind measuring applications. In order to guarantee reliability and a low starting threshold they are constructed from corrosion resistant materials and incorporate precision sealed stainless steel bearings.
The sensors can be individually mounted, directly to a pipe mast with a ½ inch BSP male thread, or as a pair on the optional cross arm or mounting socle.
The Synchrotac SYN710-1965 wind speed sensor (anemometer) generates a DC voltage proportional to wind speed and requires no external power.
The Synchrotac SYN710-1970 anemometer uses opto-electronic techniques to produce voltage pulses at a rate proportional to the wind speed. It requires external power.
The Synchrotac SYN710-1980 uses a magnet/reed switch assembly to actuate a momentary contact closure during every cup set revolution. It requires no external power.
The Synchrotac SYN710-2900 wind vane uses a precision potentiometer to produce a voltage proportional to wind direction.
All Synchrotac 710 sensors are available in an optional stainless steel construction.
Get a quote for Synchrotac 710-series Wind Sensors