P297-298-299 Wind Sensors

Lilley & Gillie Walker Wind Speed and Direction Sensors
A ROBUST RANGE OF LIGHTWEIGHT AND
HEAVYWEIGHT MASTHEAD UNITS, ALL
PROVIDING THE SAME OUTPUT, SUITABLE
FOR A VARIETY OF APPLICATIONS

Complies with current IMO, ISO and IEC requirements and recommendations

Solid state principles for wind speed and direction

No calibration required, allowingsimple installation of multi indicator systems

Anodised aluminium housing

Simple installation, plug/socket cable connection

Standard cable, P293, for each masthead unit

The vane and cup units have a non-contact sensing operation with less moving parts giving less friction, better reliability and longer life, dependant on the bearing quality only

Processing carried out within the masthead units to provide an NMEA 0183 output signal

Power supply 24vDC

Interchangeable with earlier sensor units

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