NRG Class 1 Anemometer
Discontinued product. See below for details.
The NRG Class 1 Anemometer is a ball-bearing version of our industry-leading NRG 40C Anemometer. That is, it relies upon the same compact external form factor for easy transport and installation. Inside, the patented dual shaft design of the NRG Class 1 protects the bearings from debris and the common impact loads experienced in harsh climates, while the bearings themselves deliver the low friction necessary to achieve certified class 1 performance.
NRG was the first company to obtain endorsement in the classification of an anemometer from Troels Pedersen of the DTU Wind Energy Department. A calibration certificate comes with each sensor, verifying its traceability to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.A.): Download Calibration Report.
- Can the Class 1 Anemometer connect directly to the SymphoniePLUS3 Data Logger?
- Converting Anemometer Calibration Report Values from m/s to mph
- Does NRG offer anemometers calibrated under the MEASNET anemometer calibration procedure?
- Does the Class 1 Anemometer have the same transfer function as the 40C Anemometer?
- Does the Class 1 Anemometer require power?
- How many years of service can I expect from the Class 1 Anemometer?
- I hear the term "Class 1," but I am not exactly sure what this classification means. What impact does this classification have on the data?
- Is the Class 1 Anemometer available with MEASNET calibration?
- What are the main differences between the Class 1 Anemometer and the 40C Anemometer?
- What is the class of the NRG Class 1 Anemometer?
- Wind speed-readings are zero
Please call us at +1 802-482-2255 for specifications.
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Extend and retrofit NRG booms to meet your project’s needs with our boom extensions and adapter kits.
Sensor Calibration Service
Use these services to recalibrate anemometers available from NRG.
Sensor Cable Kit - 2C
Use this two-conductor (2C) cable for unheated anemometers.
Symphonie® SCM Card
Condition your sensor’s output signal so that a SymphoniePLUS3 Data Logger can read it by installing a Symphonie Signal Conditioning Module (SCM).