1. What is an anemometer?

An anemometer is an instrument used to measure wind speed, also known as an anemometer or anemometer. It is one of the most commonly used devices in the fields of meteorology, environmental science and engineering. It usually consists of a fan, a sensor, and a display. The fan generates airflow by rotating, and the sensor measures the speed of the airflow and transmits the data to the display, which presents the wind speed data as a number or graph.

2. What is a wind-blade anemometer?

A wind blade anemometer is a commonly used wind speed measurement device, also known as a wing anemometer or windmill anemometer. It obtains wind speed information by measuring the action of wind on a rotating object. Rotor blade anemometers usually consist of one or more rotating blades (similar to the blades of a windmill), when the wind blows over the rotor blades, the blades will start to rotate the speed of rotation is directly proportional to the speed of the wind, so you can indirectly calculate the wind speed by measuring the rotational speed of the blades.

3. So what's a wind cup anemometer?

A wind cup anemometer is a common mechanical wind speed measuring instrument, also known as a wind cup anemometer. It usually consists of three or four cups that are attached to a vertical rod with a measuring device attached to one end of the rod. When the wind blows through the anemometer, the wind causes the cups to rotate, and the measuring device records the speed of this rotation. Depending on how fast the wind cup rotates, the speed of the wind can be calculated. Anemometers usually use a standard unit to express wind speed, such as meters per second (M/S) or miles per hour (MPH).


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