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Windspeed Ltd (Vector Instruments), 115 Marsh Road, RHYL, N. Wales, LL18 2AB, United Kingdom.
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Latest Weather...
(Rhyl, N.Wales, UK)
Wind Speed:  5.2 mph
Wind Direction:  212 °
Air Temp.:  8.5 °C
Rel. Humidity:  98.1 %
Rain (last Hr):  0.0 mm
(updated at: 01:53 UTC)

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    *** Celebrating more than 40 years manufacturing & servicing High Quality Vector Instruments Anemometers and Windvanes at Windspeed Ltd ***
    It is important to note that cup anemometers (whether manufactured by Vector Instruments or anyone else) are not intrinsically fail-safe. Should the anemometer become disconnected, or should the rotor be damaged/jammed or come off, or the shaft/bearings sieze, it is possible for an alarm unit using it as a windspeed sensor to falsely indicate zero or a lower windspeed than it should which will probably mean that alarms could fail to go off when they should. It is of course also possible that a fault in the display/alarm unit could prevent an alarm being indicated too.

    It is therefore not recommended that a single system be relied upon when incorrect operation, readings or alarms could be life-threatening or could result in injury to persons or property.

    The likelyhood of incorrect operation can be reduced (but not completely eliminated) by...
    • Periodic visual inspection of the anemometer (to check for rotor damage)
    • Regular servicing and maintenance
    • Periodic factory recalibration and testing of the anemometer and alarm/display unit
    • Use of "common sense"...
      ...if the display indicates 0.0 (or close to it) for a long time or when wind conditions are anything other than dead-calm it would indicate a fault and readings/alarms should not be relied on.
    Windspeed Ltd (Vector Instruments)
    Windspeed Limited (trading as Vector Instruments),
    115 Marsh Road, RHYL, North Wales, LL18 2AB, United Kingdom
    Tel: +44 (0) 1745 350700   Fax: +44 (0) 1745 344206
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