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Best in class (ES)

WindSensor is dedicated to providing the best quality meteorological instruments aiming at reducing uncertainties in wind resource assessment and wind turbine research and development.

The WindSensor P2546-OPR Cup Anemometer combines unrivaled performance with the only IEC 61400-12-1 compliant classification on the market. Originally designed for marine environments, the P2546-OPR is ideally suited for wind resource assessment and power performance studies both onshore and offshore.

WindSensor offers two versions of the P2546-OPR, the P2546C-OPR coil version and the P2546A-OPR reed switch version.

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WindData Explorer™ helps you collect the data needed


A free professional wind data analysis and reporting software

WindData Explorer™ is the first application to combine import, storage and management of wind data with a comprehensive set of wind analysis tools.

The change log documents every step of the filtering process and with the export functionality sharing complete data sets and analysis results have never been easier.

With WindData Explorer™ you can bring confidence in your wind data to a new level – for free.

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Serving the worldwide market

We are now serving the worldwide market directly and via local distributors. Contact us for further information about local distributors and learn more about our worldwide services. We are looking forward to hearing from you.

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Precision cup anemometers

WindSensor's main product is the P2546-OPR Cup Anemometer, a durable and reliable instrument. We are dedicated to delivering individual instruments as well as larger batches of instruments along with mechanical fittings.

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Calculate your class S index

Here you can calculate your own site specific class S index for P2546-OPR. As the calculation may take up til 5 min, the result can be sent to you by email. The Class Calculator opens in new Window, so you can make multiple calculations.

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