The viability of small wind projects depends mainly on the appropriate choice of an installation site. To choose an appropriate site, a wind study must be conducted. This wind study requires expert knowledge and appropriate instrumentation.
The use of precise and reliable electronic instrumentation is indispensable to achieve this goal.
Our answer is the Windlogger. It is a simple and cheap tool created by Gilles Longuet which can be used either to monitor a wind turbine or to conduct a wind measurement campaign.
What the Windlogger can do
The Windlogger can acquire:
- wind speed
- wind direction
- DC voltage and current
- AC voltage and current