Analog Wind Speed and Direction
When you want real-time wind speed, direction, and high wind gust measurements, Maestro is the answer. It gives you the ability to monitor the wind in a classic, elegant display.
Two Scale Wind Speed and Direction
The Maestro 2-S (2-Scale) has all the features you’ve come to love about Maestro with the added benefit of 2 user-selectable wind speed scales. The first is a 0-40MPH scale for higher resolution of low wind speed readings. The second is a 0-120MPH scale if you live in an area where extreme winds may occur.
Wind Speed with High Gust Capabilities
Vigilant is the instrument that Maximum was founded on. It’s a self-powered wind speed instrument with high gust measuring capability, so you can track the biggest winds.
Digital Display of Wind Speed & Direction
Are you looking for a wind speed and direction instrument that does it all in an easy-to-read digital display? Merlin gives you real-time wind readings as well as peak and average wind speed and direction while also forecasting trending wind speed.
Simple Display of Wind Speed
The Sirocco is a self-powered wind speed instrument housed in a solid, hand-crafted woodblock. It has proven to be popular in both residential and commercial applications. Its versatility allows you to mount it on a wall or simply sit it on a shelf.
Simple Digital Display of Wind Speed
The Nor’Easter is an electronic, 2-digit wind speed display housed in an attractive wood block. It is capable of measuring wind speeds up to 200 mph and can be powered by a single 9-Volt battery, or you can plug it into a standard household electric outlet.
How Are Wind Speed and Direction Measured?
Wind speed is measured in miles per hour (MPH), meters per second, or knots. For example, 1 mile per hour is equivalent to 0.447 meters per second, or 0.868 knots.
What Does a Wind Speed and Direction Instrument Do?
A wind speed and direction instrument, otherwise known as an anemometer, is a tool used to measure the speed and direction of the wind. It is either used as a stand-alone instrument or as a part of your complete weather station.
A wind speed and direction instrument has many uses. For example, someone might want to know how high the winds are going to be before they go sailing and use this instrument to check conditions. Or, someone might want to know which way the wind is heading before flying a plane. Measuring and monitoring wind speed and direction can also be useful for occupations like farming or vegetation management where wind speed and direction can have an impact on daily tasks.
Why are Wind Speed and Direction Important?
Wind speed and direction are both incredibly important in understanding the way that weather works. For instance, studying wind can help us understand how far a hurricane can reach, what direction it will take, and how its effects will be felt around the world.
Without wind data, it would be almost impossible to predict the track of a tropical storm or to plan for evacuation. Wind speed and direction are also important to farmers and ranchers in determining how to evenly feed their crops or when doing prescribed burns as well as container ships maintaining their course stability, which is determined by wind force.
If you have any questions about your wind speed and direction instrument, feel free to reach out. Contact us today and a member of our team will get back to you.
Learn how to set a gust register on our Maximum Maestro Wind Instrument.
How to Set a Gust Register on Maestro Wind Instrument