Re: Ice on the Anemometor
- I agree with you Greggo ,the best solution it is a spot light or
heat lamp near to anemometer
Best regards from Greece
--- In email@example.com, Greggo <gw33340@...>
>spotlight or heat lamp mounted on the mast close enough for the heat
> ROFL, that was the first thing that popped into my head! GMTA
> But I'm sure he wants a serious answer.
> I've not had any experience with that, but perhaps an outdoor
to keep it above freezing?
> kf4orw <kf4orw@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jerry"
> wrote:is on a
> > Any ideas on keeping ice/ snow buildup off my anemometer? Mine
> > mast 10 ft above the roof line.
> > Thanks!
> > Jerry
> Move down here to Florida . . . . what snow!!!??
> CWOP AP722
> Greg Whitehead
> Euchee, TN
> CWOP DW0148
> WU KTNEUCHE3
> CoCoRaHS TN-MS-1
- I thought about that and it still could be but... the side it is on is for the water heater/ heating system and they don't run very often (use a wood stove mostly.) The vane is on the opposite side from the wood stove vent at least 3' (and 5' above.) I really don't have any other location so I may just have to live with it.