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RM Young 27106T Vertical Anemometer

Measure vertical wind speed at your project site with the RM Young 27106T vertical anemometer.

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Increasingly, wind farm developers and turbine manufacturers are seeking to understand the vertical component of wind velocity. The RM Young 27106T is a precision air speed measurement instrument designed to meet this need. This dynamic sensor responds specifically to the component of air flow that is parallel to the axis of its rotation.

The RM Young 27106T interfaces with all Symphonie series data loggers. In order to accommodate the output signal of the sensor, your data logger must be equipped with either a Symphonie® SCM Card (SCM #3745, used with SymphoniePLUS3 and older) or a Pro Signal Conditioning Module (P-SCM #9134, used with SymphoniePRO). An HD single-sided 76", 3/4" IPT mounting boom and a two-conductor sensor cable (of appropriate length) are required to mount the sensor to a met tower.

  RM Young 27106T Vertical Anemometer (#2244)
Sensor type Vertical Propeller Anemometer
Applications Measuring vertical component of wind velocity
Sensor range 0.5 m/s (1.1 mph) to 40 m/s (89 mph)
Instrument compatibility All Symphonie Data Loggers
Output signal  
Signal type Millivolt voltage
Transfer function m/s = 0.01800 x mV
Accuracy +/- 1%
Recommended load resistance >10 k Ohms
Output signal range +/- 2250 mV
Response characteristics  
Swept diameter of rotor 200 mm (7.9 inches)
  • Connector threads onto 3/4 inch pipe size mast
  • Sensor mounts to threaded connector
  • 2C cable solders to connector
  • Sensor plugs into threaded connector

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Symphonie® SCM Card

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).