Anemometer Kit Photovoltaic modules for Arduino, And MCU High precision QUALITY

This anemometer is made of shell, wind cups and circuit module. It has built-in photovoltaic module, industrial microcomputer processor, and standard current generator.
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INTRODUCTION
Ever want to build your own weather station? This anemometer is made of shell, wind cups and circuit module. It has built-in photovoltaic module, industrial microcomputer processor, and standard current generator. Made with aluminium alloy, the anemomter is of high strength, weather resistance and corrosion resistance. The millitary quality interface ensures long life of this anemometer, at the same time enhancing the accuracy of wind speed acquisition.

Together with other components, this anemometer can be widely used in measureing wind in areas such as engineering, railways, docks, power plants, meteorological, cableway, environment study, agriculture, energy monitoring, health study with corresponding signal output.
With the instructions and sample code, users can easily get wind speed level through voltage signal output (0 to 5v).

SPECIFICATION
Model:JL-FS2
Type:three cups
Output signal range:0-5V (Voltage signal)
Supply voltage: DC12-24V
Power consumption:Voltage MAX≤0.3W
Start wind speed:0.4-0.8m/s
Resolution:0.1m/s
Effective measurement range:0-30m/s
System error:±3%
Transmission distance:More than 1000m
Transmission medium:Cable transmission
Connection mode:Three wires
Working temperature:-40℃~80℃
Wiring map:VCC (Red), GND (Black),Voltage (Yellow), Current (Blue)
Weight:1Kg


Feature
High hardness
Corrosion protection
Waterproofness

Red ------ +9-24V
Black ---- GND
Yellow --- voltage signal
Blue ----- current signal

 

Sample Code
/*
Connect the voltage signal wire to Arduino analog interface:
Yellow Cable<---->A0
*/

void setup()
{
Serial.begin(9600);
}

void loop()
{
int sensorValue = analogRead(A0);
float outvoltage = sensorValue * (5.0 / 1023.0);
Serial.print("outvoltage = ");
Serial.print(outvoltage);
Serial.println("V");
int Level = 6*outvoltage;//The level of wind speed is proportional to the output voltage.
Serial.print("wind speed is ");
Serial.print(Level);
Serial.println(" level now");
Serial.println();
delay(500);
}


High precision

DOCUMENTS
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