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The SpaceLogger data loggers are compliant with the following regulations:
View wind data recorded on a WindLogger during 10 March 2008 when Storm Johanna hit southern England and Wales:
The SpaceLogger.W10 (WindLogger) has been developed for economic logging of real-time wind speed and direction data when using Gill Instruments' anemometers with a single serial output and for full environmental data logging from the MetPak Weather Station.
WindLogger is compatible with the following Gill Instruments' meteorological sensors:
These sensors may be set to output in the following compatible modes:
WindLogger is also compatible with other sensors with RS232 serial output starting <STX> and ending <LF>.
For data logging NMEA data from WindSonic or MetPak sensors and for logging from other RS232 & NMEA sensors please see the SpaceLogger.S10 model.
WindLogger is ideal for field data acquisition due to its low power consumption, high capacity data storage and compact design.
Wind data is date and time-stamped and conveniently stored onto an SD or MMC mobile memory card so no PC hook-up is required in the field.
A new data file (.CSV) is generated for each day's recording and when transferred to a PC, may be analysed with any standard spreadsheet program.
The WindLog.xls spreadsheet template may be used to import WindSonic data quickly to Excel.
SD and MMC cards are available with up to 2GByte capacity.
With WindLogger, the logging interval may be selected from the WindSonic settings of 4, 2 or 1 reading per second, or set to one reading every 1 to 60 seconds. With a logging interval of one reading per second, using a 2GByte card, WindLogger will store up to 19 months worth of WindSonic data.
For more advice on how our SpaceLogger.W10 WindLogger can provide a solution to your data logging application as part of a full wind system, please contact our sales office.
For pricing information and to buy your SpaceLogger data logger and accessories - please visit our online shop.
Example of WindLogger application
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