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Question:Any simple ways to measure wind direction from a data logger?

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warren asked on June 12, 2017 22:44
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Shawn Wallace from AS220 showed me the very cool low-cost wind sensors they make:

https://moderndevice.com/product/wind-sensor-rev-p/

(there's actually two versions for different wind speeds)

Could be an interesting thing to try with a data logger, although it only does speed and not direction.

Is there an easy way to measure direction too? I guess I'm thinking some kind of windvane attached to a potentiometer, but it seems like rain would become a problem. Anyone heard of easy ways to do this? Thanks!



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