Ginsberg Scientific Economy Anemometer

Item #: 564658
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Your students will be blown away by this nifty anemometer, which allows users to record the wind speed by counting the revolutions. Unit consists of a standing post with four protruding horizontal "arms" that extend from axis of rotation, each topped with revolving wind cups (3 black cups and 1 in contrast red for helping to visually count/determine the number of rotations). All pieces are made of corrosive resistant materials for prolonged outdoor use. Sensitive enough to detect breezes as light as 2 miles per hour, this anemometer design is both simple enough for students to understand and use, while accurate enough to be used by professional meteorologists for weather forecasting. When using, make sure that each cup is pointed in the same direction with its face perpendicular to the ground. Full wind speed tool measures 9 x 6-1/2 x 9 inches and weighs about a 1/4 pound. Instructions included.
  • Cup anemometer offers easy way for students to observe wind speed (pressure) in educational weather-monitoring experiments
  • Three black cups and one contrast red cup allow for easy counting of visual revolutions per minute
  • Hand held wind meter can accurately detect winds as light as 2 miles per hour
  • Wind speed meter is made of corrosive-resistant parts to withstand frequent outdoor use
  • Anemometer is great addition to teaching meteorology and weather science for outdoor experiments or simply determining approximate wind speeds