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Showing posts from December, 2011

011 Wind Speed Sensor for Wind Energy Resources

      – The 011 Wind Speed Sensor has been designed to meet Class 1 performance criteria established by the International Electro-technical Commission (IEC 61400-12-1). Based upon the 25 year field-proven 010C platform and it features a new cup design to optimize cosine response, and a new connector to accomodate existing and new applications.  The 011 Wind Speed Sensor is manufactured in the United States at our factories in Grants Pass, Oregon. For more information and pricing, please contact

Happy Holidays!

                                                Holiday Greetings from Met One Instruments To all our valued customers and partners, we wish you joy and good health for the New Year! From the Friendly Crew at Met One Instruments, Inc. We Can Do It!


MSO compact weather station with wind speed, wind direction, temperature and relative humidity and barometric pressure generates lots of interest at the Solar Power exhibition in Mumbai, India. For more information, please contact or

Met One Instruments' E-Sampler and PARTICLE FALLS KINETIC ART

Particle Falls About this video: "Although air is invisible, it has a major impact on public health. Santa Clara County received a failing grade for air quality in the American Lung Association’s 2009 State of the Air Report and currently surpasses unhealthy short-term pollution particles a yearly average of 11 days, the 24th highest level in the US. The number of people that airborne particulate pollution kills each year has tripled in California. Despite the invisibility of air, modern sensors can detect tiny particulate pollution levels in real time. Particulate pollution can be measured by laser light scattering, and Particle Falls provides a real time visualization of particulate pollution in the San Fernando Corridor using the latest projection technology. The project focuses on the smallest particle, PM2.5, since the global monitoring of it is one of the most recent developments in aeronomy."