El anemómetro sónico CSAT3A equivale al cabezal del anemómetro sónico CSAT3, con el cable modificado para conectar al módulo electrónico EC100. El CSAT3A se utiliza en nuestros sistemas "eddy-covariance" junto al analizador "open-path" EC150 y el analizador "closed-path" CPEC200.Leer más
The CSAT3A is an optional component of an EC150 open-path or EC155 closed-path CO2/H2O gas analyzer. It attaches to a common mounting bracket and connects to the gas analyzer's EC100 electronics module.
|Measurement Path Length||
|Path Angle from Horizontal||60°|
|Construction||Sealed sonic transducers and electronics|
|Anemometer Head Materials||Stainless-steel tubing|
|Electronics Box Materials||Cast aluminum|
|Rango temperatura funcionamiento||-30° to +50°C|
|Voltage Supply||10 to 16 Vdc|
|Digital SDM Output Signal||CSI 33.3 k baud serial interface for datalogger/sensor communication. (Data type is 2-byte integer per output plus 2-byte diagnostic.)|
|Support Arms Diameter||1.59 cm (0.63 in.)|
|Transducer Diameter||0.64 cm (0.25 in.)|
|Transducer Mounting Arms Diameter||0.84 cm (0.33 in.)|
|Anemometer Head Dimensions||47.3 x 42.4 cm (18.6 x 16.7 in.)|
|Anemometer Head Weight||1.7 kg (3.7 lb)|
ux, uy, uz, c
(ux, uy, uz are wind components referenced to the anemometer axes; c is speed of sound.)
|Speed of Sound||Determined from three acoustic paths; corrected for crosswind effects.|
|Measurement Rate||Programmable from 1 to 60 Hz, instantaneous measurements. Two over-sampled modes are block averaged to either 20 Hz or 10 Hz.|
|Rain||Innovative ultrasonic signal processing and user-installable wicks considerably improve the performance of the anemometer under all rain events.|
Digital USB and RS-485 Output Signal
|Baud Rate||230400 bps (maximum)|
|Data Type||Comma-delimited ASCII|
SDM, USB, & RS-485 Digital Outputs Reporting Range
|Full-Scale Wind||±65.535 m/s autoranging between four ranges (Least significant bit is 0.25 to 2 mm/s.)|
|Speed of Sound||300 to 366 m/s (-50° to +60°C) Least significant bit is 1 mm/s (0.002°C).|
Número de FAQs relacionadas con CSAT3A: 21
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No. The CSAT3 is a sensor. Time stamps are assigned to the CSAT3 data by the data acquisition system—typically a Campbell Scientific datalogger or PC.
No. The CSAT3 does not report time with the wind measurements. A time stamp will be assigned to the wind data by the data acquisition system—either a datalogger or a PC.
The CSAT3 is calibrated over the temperature range of -30° to +50°C. The CSAT3 operating temperature range can be shifted by 10 degrees to cover the range of -40° to +40°C.
The instrument will continue to operate outside the calibrated temperature range; however, the proper calibration will not be applied to the measurements because it does not exist in the CSAT3 electronics.
Yes. The CSAT3 measurement frequency can be changed by the user. It is set by the Execution Parameter. This parameter is described in detail in the CSAT3 instruction manual in the “Datalogger Instruction Parameters” section, as well as in the “CSAT3 RS-232 Commands” section of Appendix B.
The CSAT3, like other sonic anemometers, measures wind speed along the sonic path using ultrasonic signals. If the salt spray blocks the sonic path, the CSAT3 will not be able to make measurements. The same is true if a thick layer of salt is deposited on the transducer faces.
The CSAT3 offset specification is ±8 cm/s. Therefore, it cannot be used in an application where the expected wind speed is in the range of ±5 cm/s.
The CSAT3 is compatible with three output signals: analog, RS-232, and Synchronous Device for Measurement (SDM). The CSAT3 can be interfaced to any data acquisition system that is compatible with analog measurements or RS-232 serial communications. SDM is used with Campbell Scientific dataloggers.
Campbell Scientific does not offer any mounting booms or hardware that enable easy and frequent positioning of the CSAT3 sensor head. This type of hardware must be provided by the user.
The CSAT3 measures three-dimensional wind in a right-handed Cartesian coordinate system. From these measurements, use trigonometry to compute the wind flow angle, horizontal angle, and wind speed.