A+T Instruments launches new wind sensors


A+T Instruments, a wind sensor manufacturer based in Lymington, UK, has launched its first short mast and vertical mast units.

The new wind sensors are said to have the highest response and accuracy on the market. A+T says the units are compatible with the many thousands of 213-type units in use worldwide.


These new sensors are reported to offer a much higher angular accuracy and repeatability, with each unit calibrated to 0.2° accuracy. The vane is fully carbon, offering a much faster response design, and the bearings are ceramic, providing better performance at low wind speeds and are corrosion resistant, helping to give much longer life.

The company says the new wind sensors combine all the advantages of digital microprocessor sensing and calibration with the resolution and response of analogue output, making them compatible with existing 213-type units and with the instruments they are connected to.

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