What is an Anemometer?
Anemometer comes from the Greek word anemos, which means wind. It’s a device used to measure wind speed and is commonly used in meteorology.
What is a Cup Anemometer?
Cup anemometer is a simple type of anemometer that measures the speed of wind in the most accurate way. It counts the number of turns or rotations as the air flows. The faster the wind speed, the higher the number of rotations will be.
Best Cup Anemometers in the market
Magnetic Mount Anemometer Wind Meter by Inspeed
This digital cup anemometer with dual display is designed specifically for storm chasers . Wind sensor registers speed of over 125 mph and the magnetic mount allows you to monitor the wind from inside your vehicle. It now comes with a metal cup rotor for increased durability. Check price on Amazon.
Pole Mount Anemometer by Inspeed
This sturdy cup anemometer with dual digital display handles reads wind speed from 5 up to 125 mph. It comes with 8 meters of exterior grade wire and a twisted bare wire connection to the display. The Pole Mount anemometer by Inspeed is portable and can function where AC power is not available. Pole not included – but it includes a handy metal bracket with holes for mounting. This cup anemometer is more affordable than the Magnetic mount anemometer. An extra wire and display mount plaque can also be bought separately. Check price on Amazon.
Portable anemometers, also known as handheld wind speed meters, are extremely useful devices to measure wind speed and direction.
|Wind Speed Range|
Maximum Wind Gust,
Average Wind Speed,
Air, Water & Snow Temperature,
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|Auto Power Off|
DIY Cup Anemometer
Create your home-made anemometer or make this a fun time with your kids. Watch the video.