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SymphoniePRO Desktop Application (SPD) version 3.6 has arrived! Highlights include support for thermistor type temperature sensors, improvements to wind vane configuration and support, and more detailed sensor history information.
2018 was a big year for NRG’s sensor product line. We introduced the 200M Wind Direction Vane and the T60 Temperature Sensor – two next-gen sensors developed to offer improved measurement uncertainty when compared to their predecessors, the 200P Wind Direction Vane and 110S Temperature Sensor, respectively, while retaining legacy features that make them well suited for wind resource assessment.
SymphoniePRO Desktop Application (SPD) version 3.5 has arrived! Highlights include new reports, improvements to encryption password handling, and more.
As the PTC winds down and federal returns continue to shrink, the sooner you repower your turbine fleet, the better.
Held in downtown Burlington, Vermont, UX Burlington is a one-day conference devoted to bringing together professionals from a wide range of industries, including civic design, agriculture, and renewable energy, to discuss a single unifying goal – building a greater user experience.
In certain circumstances proper tower grounding may not be enough to fully protect your instruments and sensors, so NRG has consistently focused on building features into our products that increase their resilience in ESD challenging environments.
NRG recently released versions 3.2 and 3.3 of the SymphoniePRO Desktop Application in fairly quick succession. This announcement summarizes the highlights of these two releases combined.
NRG Systems spoke with Energy3, an authorized, New Zealand-based NRG dealer, to learn more about their remote power solutions, how their designs have evolved over time, and how these systems can enhance a Windcube Lidar deployment.
We are excited to share the latest version of our Desktop Application for the SymphoniePRO Data Logger. This release, version 3.1, introduces exciting new functionality as well as performance improvements.
Thanks to a 1 Kw PV plant installed by the Mendoza Division of Argentina’s National Technological University, climbers at Camp Confluencia in Argentina now have access to clean, potable water and power.