Instrument for measuring the speed of airflow. The most familiar instruments for measuring wind speeds are the revolving cups that drive an electric generator (useful range approximately 5 – 100 knots). For very low airspeeds, a unit in which revolving vanes operate a counter measures the airspeed. For strong, steady wind speeds (in wind tunnels and aboard aircraft in flight), a pitot-tube anemometer is often used; the pressure difference between the interior of the tube and the surrounding air can be measured and converted to airspeed.
The Kestrel 1000 pocket anemometer is the first and entry level of the Kestrel range, providing the user with accurate wind speed readings. It has three buttons below the display, making operation simple and allowing the user to view data in current, maximum or average displays, the buttons also allow operation of the data hold function.
Price £77.00 (£92.40 inc VAT)
The Kestrel 3000 Thermo-anemometer Meter provides high quality, performance and functionality. It has three buttons below the display, making operation simple and allowing the user to view data in current, maximum and average wind speed, temperature, wind chill, relative humidity, heat index and dew point displays and also the data hold function.
Price £151.00 (£181.20 inc VAT)
This easy-to-use mini vane anemometer has user selectable measuring units for air velocity. The lightweight, slim line unit also displays maximum measured values and average values since power on.
Price £55.00 (£66.00 inc VAT)