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A 105-meter lattice mast was recently installed in Chile, and it included the EOL2020 data logger from Kintech Engineering. The product has been designed to satisfy all necessities concerning wind assessment.

According to the company, a telemetry facility was considered right from the beginning because an increasing number of applications require remote transmission. The telemetry integration allows a rugged and cost-effective remote communication system. A user can communicate at any moment, in real time, to supervise logger status and instant data from every sensor output on the computer screen.

Kintech's data logger is also known for its versatility, according to the company. It is compatible with all sensor technologies: analog, inductive, optical, differential outputs and digital coding.

In order to resolve problems that may occur because of the various types of sensors frequently used in wind measurement - with differing features, prices and precision - a simple, universal system has been adopted. The user only has to enter the data using the keypad interface for the type and model of the sensor being connected.

For more information, visit kintech-engineering.com.

SOURCE: Kintech Engineering


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