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Gill HS-100 Airflow Anemometer

The HS-100 airflow anemometer has been designed for researchers to determine fluxes using the eddy covariance technique.

The HS-100 airflow anemometer provides U, V, W and SOS (sonic temperature) outputs, which can be logged using the free software provided by Gill.

The HS-100 can be supplied with a number of accessories, including cables, power supplies and sensor input units.

Also available in this range:
- HS-50 Airflow Anemometer (50Hz output)

  • Features
  • Specifications
  • Documentation
  • Anemometer Range
  • 3-axis horizontal-mount airflow anemometer
  • 0-45m/s wind speed
  • 0-359º wind direction range (no dead band)
  • 100Hz output
  • Ideal for Eddy Covariance Analysis
  • Horizontal mount reduces airflow interruption from anemometer geometry
  • Highly accurate vertical and directional airflow data
  • Free data logging software
  • U, V, and W vector outputs
  • Speed of sound and sonic temperature outputs
  • Robust stainless-steel casing
Ultrasonic Output Rate100 Hz
Wind Speed0-45 m/s
Wind Direction Range0-359º (no dead band)
Operating Temperature-40ºC to +60ºC
Moisture ProtectionIP65
External ConstructionStainless-steel
Digital OutputsRS422 / RS232
NMEA OutputN/A
Analogue Outputs7 (via optional PCIA)
Analogue Output Resolution14 bit
Analogue Inputs6
Analogue Input ResolutionYes
PRT Input14 bit
Speed of Sound OutputYes
Sonic Temperature OutputYes
Head SymmetryHorizontal
Transit CaseYes
HS-100 Airflow Anemometer Product Literature


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