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As turbines continue to grow taller, Lidar has emerged as a powerful tool for collecting precise, bankable data at a range of heights. Ideal for wind resource assessment, wind turbine optimization, and wind plant monitoring, Lidar can be deployed alone or alongside a met mast, and can used in a variety of climates and terrains.
NRG Systems – the only wind Lidar expert based in North America – has over 10 years of experience with this remarkably flexible technology. In keeping with our dedication to providing customers with complete solutions, our Lidar offerings include repair and validation services for both Spidar and ZX 300 Lidars as well as a range of field and data services and complementary products, all backed by our knowledgeable and attentive technical services team.
ZX 300 Wind Lidar, ZX TM, and a range of PV-based remote power supply options are available to rent from NRG for campaigns in North America. International rental options are available from NRG’s Global Partner Network. ZX 300 rental campaigns are particularly well-suited to power performance tests conducted in accordance with the IEC 61400-12 Edition 2 (2017) standard, where the Lidar may only be required for 3 to 6 months. Interested in a Lidar rental? Contact email@example.com to learn more.
APPLICATIONS IN METEOROLOGY
Thanks to Lidar’s ability to measure wind shear, boundary layer characteristics, turbulence, and the Doppler shift in airborne aerosols, it is well-suited for a variety of applications within the realm of meteorology, including air quality management, weather intelligence, aviation, and research.
ZX TM Lidar
ZX TM is a nacelle-mounted Lidar that uses continuous wave technology to measure the full shear and veer wind profile of a wind turbine.
ZX 300 Wind Lidar
ZX 300 is a fully IEC Classified onshore vertical profiling Lidar with finance-grade data accepted by DNV.
Spidar Vertical Profiler
Discontinued product. See below for details.
Lidar + Tower System
Pair Lidar with met towers at your prospective wind plant site to obtain economical, hub-height wind speed measurements.