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t033 TDV

Wind Direction Transducer

TDV has been thoroughly designed to ensure high performance in wind direction monitoring activities. The sensing element consists of a balanced vane connected to a magnet, whose position is detected by a Hall effect sensor. The whole system allows to investigate with very reliable precision the orientation of the wind by detecting the movement of the wind vane from its original position. The wind vane and the lightness of its materials have been accurately chosen in order to obtain a very low mechanical inertia and consequently achieve a high sensitivity.
The robust structure of the sensor gives an adequate resistance even at high wind speeds. Furthermore, its simple and compact design facilitates the installation and simplifies the on-site maintenance activities.The sensor is supplied with power and signal cable (12m), and it is available upon request on heated version, powered at 24V (alternating or direct current).
Range 0 ÷ 360°
Sensitivity < 0.1°
Accuracy ±0.5°
Transducer Wind vane and magnetic encoder
Working temperature -30 ÷ +60 °C
Heated Version (t034 TDVR)
Heater power supply 12 ÷ 24 V [DC o AC]
Power of the heater element 40 Watt

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