When it comes to measuring wind,
trade-offs have always been involved. Cup anemometers cannot measure both wind speed and wind direction (or low wind speeds, for that matter). They are also prone to malfunction since they all contain moving parts. Meanwhile, sonic anemometers have always been too costly. Until now.
The best of both worlds:
The wind-tunnel-tested ATMOS-22 ultrasonic anemometer delivers the best of both worlds.
It’s accurate at any wind speed because there aren’t any moving parts that cause friction or fail.
And it’s inexpensive, especially when you consider the low-energy design. Accuracy.
Dependability. Affordability. You get all three with the ATMOS-22.