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Revision as of 05:34, 25 February 2021


About anemometer

Introduce

Anemometer is a device used for measuring wind speed.

In working, if the anemometer turns one round in one second, the transmitter will output 20 pulses, which means the wind speed is 1.75m/s.
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Features

  • Power: 5V~30V DC
  • Communication: pulse output
  • Resolution: 0.0875m/s
  • Accuracy: ±(0.2+0.03V)m/s
  • Measuring range: 0~70m/s
  • Working environment: -20℃~60℃,0%RH~80%RH

Size

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Circuit

  • PNP OUTPUT
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  • NPNR OUTPUT(RL=5.1K)

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Connector

Anemometer has a special connector that has four wires of different colors.

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Connector Mark Definition
Brown line VCC Power supply
Black line GND Grounding
Green line (PNP)OUTPUT Pulse output
Blue line (NPNR)OUTPUT Pulse output

Basic usage

  • Prepare an Arduino UNO to connect the anemometer, the connection as the blew figure.
Arduino UNO Anemometer
5V VCC
GND GND
D2 (NPNR)OUTPUT

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  • Use the cable to connect the Arduino UNO to the PC.
  • Get the program demo from the Github, and open it by Arduino IDE.
  • Select the development board and port.

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  • Verify and upload it to the board.

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  • Open the serial monitor window, you will view the measured wind speed.

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F&Q

You can list your question here or contact support@makerfabs.com for technology support.

Resources