Wind Sensors


Solid-state LCJ Capteurs wind sensors use electro-acoustic transducers to determine the transit time differences among waves induced by air flowing along the orthogonal axes.

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Four independent measurements determine the wind speed and its direction in relation to the reference axis. The sensors are lightweight, compact and don’t require much electrical power. Available in a variety of configurations, they are shockproof, resistant to strong gusts, resilient to gyroscopic effect and sensitive in light winds. Starting at $599. Fugawi, Toronto, (416) 920-9300.

This article originally appeared in the May 2017 issue.