Question about Vacuums
I am a trained storm spotter as well as a storm chaser. So I use Anemometers all the time during the warmer weather when severe storms occur. You may not need a new module but rather a calibration of your system. Something like this would do you http://www.tsi.com/en-1033/products/3734/thermal_anemometry_system/3752/automatic_velocity_calibrator_with_pressure_transducer.aspx However if you don't want to go through all of that then many Anemometers have a model that can be replaced. If the bearings are worn you will not get proper wind readings either. Depending on the the overall condition of your current Anemometer you may want to weight your options, pros and cons of repair vrs a new Anemometer.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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