CEER is an official dealer of wind measuring equipment manufacturers NRG, Thies, Ammonit and ZX Lidars
Anemometer NRG 40C
The 40C was one of the first anemometers developed exclusively for wind power. The 40C anemometer recorded a wind speed of 96 m/s (214 mph). Due to the linearity of the output signal, these sensors are ideal for use with various data acquisition systems. A four-pole magnet induces a sinusoidal voltage in the coil, creating an output signal with a frequency proportional to the wind speed.
Anemometer NRG S1
The NRG S1 anemometer provides a unique balance of high accuracy and low cost, making it ideal for increasing measurement accuracy in wind resource assessment campaigns. The proven bearing system and the robust construction of the metal housing ensure reliable operation of the sensor for many years in various conditions.
Anemometer NRG 40H
The 40H model is based on the NRG 40C anemometer, one of the first anemometers developed exclusively for wind power. This version of the sensor is based on the Hall effect, especially for environments with electrical noise that require a rectangular signal. 40H.
RM YOUNG 27106T Vertical Anemometer
Wind farm developers and turbine manufacturers are increasingly seeking to understand the vertical component of wind speed. The RM Young 27106T is a precision airspeed measuring instrument designed to meet this need. This dynamic sensor reacts precisely to the component of the air flow that is parallel to the axis of its rotation.
Hybrid Anemometer XT| WRA
The XT|WRA hybrid anemometer uses proven heating technology to support operational weather towers used for forecasting and analysis. The Hybrid XT technology from NRG is based on 20 years of experience in using sensors. Hybrid XT sensors have a two-stage anti-pollution system that prevents damage to bearings by dust, dirt and water.. This sensor is well suited for use in sudden temperature drops below zero, when other sensors may freeze.
Thies First class – Anemometer
The wind sensor is designed to register the horizontal component of wind speed in the field of meteorology and nature measuring equipment, measuring the power characteristics of wind power plants. In flat terrain, the wind converter meets all the requirements of IEC 61400-12-1 for an instrument of accuracy class 0.5 (classification class S).
Ultrasonic anemometers allow you to measure rapidly changing wind parameters due to their acoustic measurement principle. The values of gusts and peaks are obtained without inertia with the highest accuracy.