The Met One 024A wind direction sensor provides azimuth data for use in micrometeorological measurements related to operational studies and research. This sensor is especially useful when a low starting threshold, a high damping ratio or a short delay distance is required. For example, in making Paquill determinations or for use with sigma computers, both a high damping ratio and a short delay distance are mandatory performance criteria.
The 024A is presently employed in continuous service in environments ranging from Antarctic cold to arid desert regions.
- Precision wire-wound potentiometer
- Built-in alignment and calibration fixture
- Digital or analog measurement ability
- Aluminum or Lexan cups available
|Linearity||±1/2% of full scale|
|Azimuth||Electrical: 0 - 357°
Mechanical: 0 - 360°
0 - 540° with appropriate translator
|Temperature Range||-50°C to +65°C|
|Power Requirements||12 VDC at 10 mA, 12 VDC at 350 mA for heater|
|Output Signal||0 - 2.5 V, or 0 - 5 V|
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