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Gill R3A-100 Asymmetric Research Anemometer

The R3 research range of wind anemometers has been designed with researchers in mind who need to determine fluxes using the eddy covariance technique. The range provides U, V, W and SOS (sonic temperature) outputs, which may be logged using the free Gill WindCom software. The R3-50 may be supplied with accessories that include cables, power supplies and sensor input units (analogue inputs).

Also available in this range:
- R3-50 (50Hz output, Symmetric head)
- R3-100 (100Hz output, Symmetric head)

  • Features

  • Specifications

  • Documentation

  • Anemometer Range

  • 3-axis anemometer providing wind speed and direction data

  • 0-45m/s wind speed

  • 0-359º wind direction range (no dead band)

  • 100Hz output

  • Asymmetric head design

  • Ideal for Eddy Covariance Analysis

  • Free data logging software

  • U, V, and W vector outputs

  • Speed of sound and sonic temperature outputs

  • Robust aluminium/carbon-fibre 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 ConstructionAluminium & Carbon-fibre
Digital OutputsRS422 / RS232
NMEA OutputN/A
Analogue Outputs7 (via PCIA)
Analogue Output Resolution14 bit
Analogue Inputs6 (via optional SIU)
Analogue Input Resolutionvia optional SIU
PRT Input14 bit
Speed of Sound OutputYes
Sonic Temperature OutputYes
Head SymmetryAsymmetric
Transit CaseYes
Product Literature


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