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    12 Tips for Using Wind Meter

    A wind Meter (Anemometer) is an instrument for measuring airflow speed, which can be widely used in various fields, such as electricity, steel, petrochemical, energy-saving and other industries, in daily life, many industries need to use the wind anemometer, such as fan manufacturing, sea fishing industry, extraction and exhaust heating systems, etc., are required to use the anemometer for wind speed, wind temperature, wind measurement to ensure normal work.

    Digital vane anemometer 0~45 ms

    12 tips for using anemometers

    1. Do not expose the probe and anemometer body to the rain. Otherwise, there may be the risk of electric shock, fire and injury to the person.
    2. Do not touch the sensor part of the probe when the wind direction anemometer is charged. Otherwise, it will affect the measurement results or cause damage to the anemometer's internal circuitry.
    3. When the wind direction anemometer is not used for a long time, please remove the internal battery. Otherwise, the battery may leak fluid and cause damage to the anemometer.
    4. Do not use volatile liquids to wipe the anemometer. Otherwise, it may cause the anemometer case to deform and discolor. When the anemometer surface is stained, use a soft fabric and neutral detergent to wipe.
    5. Do not place the anemometer in a place with high temperature, high humidity, dust and direct sunlight. Failure to do so will result in damage to the internal components or deterioration of the anemometer performance.
    6. Do not drop or press the anemometer. Failure to do so will result in malfunction or damage to the anemometer.
    7. Do not use the anemometer in combustible atmospheres.
    8. Please use the anemometer correctly according to the requirements of the operating instructions. Improper use may lead to electric shock, fire and damage to the sensor.
    9. In use, if the anemometer emits an abnormal odor, sound, or smoke, or liquid flows into the anemometer internal, please immediately shut down the machine to remove the battery. Otherwise, there will be a risk of electric shock, fire and damage to the anemometer.
    10. Do not disassemble or modify the anemometer. Failure to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
    11. Do not touch the internal sensor part of the probe.
    12. Do not place the portable anemometer probe in a flammable gas. Failure to do so may result in fire or even an explosion.
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