Basic Wind Sensor with Temperature - 480 1000 045
This unit should be mounted on a mast of 25-50mm (1-2inches) in diameter, as high and as far away as possible from chimneys, roof peaks, buildings, trees and transmitter aerials which may cause wind turbulence or interference.
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480 1000 045 Basic Wind Sensor Description
Replacement Wind Sensor for use with the Atmos and Climatica range of Weather Stations. The non temperature versions of the Wind Sensor can also be used with the commercial products available.
The Basic Wind Sensor is supplied with 25m of four core cable and the Temperature Wind Sensor is supplied with 25m of six core cable. Both Wind Sensors come with a compass for alignment purposes and mounting instructions.
The 'Basic' Wind Sensor incorporates a sintered bronze bearing in the base of the cup assy.
480 1000 045 Basic Wind Sensor Installation Instruction
The six core cable should be connected to the individual sensor via the terminal block on the sensor bracket. This can be accessed by removing the black cover, where a wiring colour identification label will be found.
Roof Top Wind/Temperature Sensor
This unit should be mounted on a mast of 25-50mm (1-2inches) in diameter, as high and as far away as possible from chimneys, roof peaks, buildings, trees and transmitter aerials which may cause wind turbulence or interference. Where possible the roof top wind sensor should be mounted at least 2 metres above roof peaks and be secured in position with the arm pointing accurately to the NORTH with the compass provided.
The cable from the roof top wind sensor should be run down to the junction box, making sure it is properly secured. Please note! This cable should not be run in close proximity to power or transmitter cables. If it is necessary to shorten the cable, please do this when connecting the cable to the display unit.
WARNING: Under no circumstances should the wind sensor junction box cover or the terminal block inside be sealed in any way as it is designed to breathe.
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