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WSD12-LVD - Wireless Smart Datalogger

3 channels Wireless Smart Datalogger - Interface module provided with 3 inputs for wind speed, direction and solar radiation - Type "C" lithium internal battery for a battery life up to 5 years with samples every 10 minutes - IP 65 sealing (to be used with AN6410 and ANS-RSG-B transducers).

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Power supply 8.5A/h - 3.6V type “C” lithium internal battery
Battery life (*) Up to 5 years (samples every 10 minutes and radio signal quality at least sufficient)
Measures acquired (3 channels) · Global solar irradiation · Wind speed · Wind direction
Sampling interval (*) Selectable from one minute to 24 hours (x minutes default)
Datalogger capacity 64,000 samples
Working temperature · Operative: -30°C ÷ +60°C · Warehousing: -40°C ÷ +70°C
Radio frequency ISM 868MHz
Radio coverage (**) From 800m up to 12.8Km on sight
Sealing IP65
Dimensions 90 x 120 x 50 mm
Weight 350g
Case material ABS
Mounting Fix on 2/4 points
Connections Wireless/USB
Global solar radiation - Transducer type Thermopile
Global solar radiation - Measure range 0÷2000 W/m²
Global solar radiation - Spectrum range 0.3µm – 3µm
Global solar radiation - Zero offset < 20 W/m² (@200Wm²)
Global solar radiation - Measure resolution < 8 W/m²
Global solar radiation - Long term stability (1 year) < ±2%
Global solar radiation - Cosine law response < ±22 W/m²
Global solar radiation - Temperature response (∆T 50K) < 8%
Global solar radiation - Non linearity < ±2%
Global solar radiation - Expected daily uncertainty < 10%
Wind speed - Measure range 0.5 ÷ 70 m/s
Wind speed - Measure resolution 0.1 m/s
Wind speed - Measure accuracy 5%
Wind direction - Measure range 0° - 360°
Wind direction - Measure resolution < 1°
Wind direction - Measure accuracy

* battery life and sampling interval may be influenced by fieldwork conditions and system configuration. ** radio coverage reachable using up to 32 WR12 routers (maximum 16 for each path) between the datalogger and the basestation.