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NRG Systems, a manufacturer of measurement equipment for the renewable energy industry, has introduced a new version of its WindSensor anemometer, the P2546C.

Designed for resource assessment, site calibration and power performance measurement, the WindSensor anemometer is designed to operate in turbulent environments. The new version of the WindSensor replaces the mercury switch with a coil-based signal generator that produces a sine wave output.

The P2546C is now available and ships free via surface freight to most destinations around the world, the company notes.




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