NRG Newsletter: Winter 2015

January 6, 2017 | Newsletters

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The Story Behind RNRG’s New Hybrid XT Retrofit Kits

We recently launched a series of retrofit turbine control sensor kits designed to enable our operator customers to deploy Hybrid XT Anemometers and Wind Vanes on their installed turbines pain-free. The inception of this idea, RNRG’s approach to providing the solution, underlines our company’s commitment to focusing our product development squarely on the needs of our customers as they strive to understand and make more renewable energy worldwide. 

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5 Benefits of a Purpose-Built Data Logger

Renewable NRG Systems’ products are purpose-built for renewable energy professionals. Our newest data logger, SymphoniePRO, builds on this proven approach. The result is a data logging system optimized for each step of the resource assessment process, from configuration to data processing.

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SymphoniePRO Desktop Application V.1.2.0.0 Preview

SymphoniePRO Desktop Application is a free desktop software application that accompanies our SymphoniePRO Data Logger, with key functions including equipment configuration, fleet management, and data processing. V.1.2.0.0 includes various incremental improvements over the previous version.

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RNRG Stories: Harness Energy

After working with RNRG for more than eight years, Harness Energy knows our products inside and out. Based in Denver, Colorado (USA), Harness provides meteorological measurement field services to renewable energy developers and operators across the U.S. and internationally. They specialize in met mast installation and repair, and they have a lot of experience with installing and maintaining RNRG complete systems.

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Symphonie Training in Bangkok, Thailand »
SymphoniePRO Desktop Application v. 1.1.0.0 »
New Firmware for SymphoniePRO Logger + iPacks »
Updated App Note: Thies First Class Advanced (FCA) Anemometer »
New iPackACCESS v.06 Firmware Available »
New SymphoniePLUS3 iPackGPS Firmware »
Fall Site Visit Time »