NRG Systems Introduces the Classic #20H and #40H Turbine Control Sensors

NRG Systems, manufacturer of measurement systems for the renewable energy industry, has expanded its line of turbine control sensors with the introduction of its Classic #20H and #40H Turbine Control Sensors.

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October 26, 2011

NRG Systems Introduces the Classic #20H and #40H Turbine Control Sensors

NRG Systems, manufacturer of measurement systems for the renewable energy industry, has expanded its line of turbine control sensors with the introduction of its Classic #20H and #40H Turbine Control Sensors. Built on the same reliable platform as NRG Systems' #200P vane and #40 anemometer used in resource assessment, the Classic turbine control sensors are ideal for non-icing conditions.

The unheated sensors interface with a wide range of programmable logic controllers and data loggers. The Classic #20H turbine control vane features a 4-20 mA current loop interface that is easily integrated into existing wind turbine controllers.

Product specifications and more information on our complete line of turbine control sensors, including the IceFree Hybrid® XT for all-weather conditions and the IceFree and unheated Ultrasonic Wind Sensors, is available. To purchase now, contact sales@nrgsystems.com or (802) 482-2255.

NRG Systems is an independently-owned company that has served the global wind energy industry for 29 years. Its wind measurement systems and turbine control sensors can be found on every continent in more than 145 countries, serving electric utilities, wind farm developers, turbine manufacturers, research institutes, government agencies, and universities. For more information, visit www.nrgsystems.com.

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For more information contact:
Abby White, (802) 482-2255, ext. 149
news@nrgsystems.com

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