WIND

Ultrasonic Bird delfector

  • Description
  • Specification
  • Versions
  • Accessories
  • Further information
  • PDF
Part number: 4.3800.90.000
The Ultrasonic Bird Deflector uses a Doppler radar for the recognition of birds. When a motion is detected, the instrument runs fast movements with a beating arm. The beating arm is designed in a way that the birds are not hurt with contact, but are startled only by this unexpected movement.
The instrument is equipped with a microcontroller, and can be configured via a serial RS485 interface. A switching output can be used to transfer, for example, a signal to other instruments.
In order to prevent the beating arm from freezing, and to avoid a blocking of the servomotor the ultrasonic bird control is equipped with a controlled heating.

suitable for Ultrasonic Anemometer 1D, 2D
4.3800.90.000

Specification


Part number: 4.3800.90.000
 
4.3800.90.000
Data output digital
Switching output
max. 24 V AC/DC
Interface
Type
RS485
Data format
8N1
Baud rate
2400 ... 115200 Baud
General
Power supply
12 ... 24V DC
24 V AC
Electr. connection
cable gland
Housing
Polycarbonate
Protection
IP 65
Weight
0.2 kg

Versions

No other versions of this product are available.

Accessories

 
No accessories are available for this product.

Further information

 
Contact
Phone: +49 551 / 79001-0
Fax: +49 551 / 79001-65
info@thiesclima.com

Inquiry / Message

Please use the form below for your inquiry or message.
 
 
Ultrasonic Bird delfector (4.3800.90.000)
THE WORLD OF WEATHER DATA
HumidityPrecipitationWindTemperatureMiscellaneous-DevicesRadiationAir-pressureCompany

WE ARE MEMBER OF:

Adolf Thies GmbH & Co. KG Hauptstraße 76 37083 Göttingen Germany Phone +49 551 / 79001-0 Fax +49 551 / 79001-65 info@thiesclima.com www.thiesclima.com
Data protection settingsThis website uses cookies. Some of them are necessary, and others help us to improve this website and how you experience it.
I agree, and know that with effect for the future, I can change or cancel my consent at any time.
Further information  |  Individual cookie settings