Re: Ice on the Anemometor
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Rick" <cfr301@...> wrote:
> If its a Turbine Type, the only thing I can suggest is switch to a cup
> style anemometer, I don't know what kind of station you have but those
> of us with the Lacrosse series stations have a pretty cheap switch to
> a cup type.
I am new to this group and am now also sending my data to the net
thanks to the knowledge shared here; however, my new LaCrosse 2315
came with a TURBINE and I too on Sunday evening started having
problems with freezing rain causing lockups... I had to go clean it up
every 30 mins or so; even then I wondered about the possibility of
finding (and buying) a cup-style anemometer to replace the turbine,
but I can't seem to find any on the net... You state we LaCrosse users
have cheap alternatives... Can you point me to a link that can sell me
Great group, I enjoy reading what is shared here. Thanks for the help.
- 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.