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Triton Wind Profilers Available from Second Wind

Second Wind offers a range of wind speed monitoring devices including the Triton wind profiler.

The Triton wind profiler has a compact design and total weight of 454 kilograms. It measures 2 X 2 X 1.25 meters in length, height and depth, respectively and can be easily fitted in a pickup truck.

Triton wind profiler

The Triton wind profiler consumes a maximum power of 7 watts. The wind profiler has the capability to measure the speed of wind at a distance of 20 meters, 40 meters, 60 meters and 200 meters, based on environmental conditions.

The Triton wind profiler comprises an on-board sensor suite that facilitates the determination of temperature, humidity, orientation and position levels. The profiler outputs accurate wind data at various heights irrespective of the location or environmental condition. The data, which resembles anemometry readings, is provided by this wind profiler from Second Wind through a satellite.

The wind profiler from Second Wind has a rugged plastic construction with components made of stainless steel. It incorporates the SkyServe satellite data service that facilitates display as well as processing of the wind data through the web. The Triton wind profiler can operate with the aid of one or two solar panels and a battery unit. The operation of the profiler is dependant on the availability of sunlight.


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