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03001-LC R. M. Young Wind Sentry Set for CS110 or MetData
Product Details
Typically Ships Within 21 - 28 Days
Restockable Yes
Warranty 1 year

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Other Accessories

This NU-RAIL® Slip-on Offset Crossover fitting can be used in place of the CM220 to attach the sensor to a CM202, CM204, or CM206 Crossarm.
The CM220 Right Angle Mounting Bracket is used to mount this sensor to a crossarm or a user-supplied 1" IPS pipe.
The CM216 Sensor Mount seats into the top of the mast in a stainless-steel tripod allowing the sensor to be mounted on the mast without using a crossarm.

Replacement Parts

Replacement of the 6700 potentiometer is fairly difficult to do. It requires the potentiometer to be soldered into place and then calibrated. Returning the sensor to the factory is recommended (an RMA is required).
The 4609 3-cup anemometer assembly can be easily replaced by the user.
Replacement of the 4610 Vane Assembly is difficult as it requires calibration of potentiometer after replacement. Returning the sensor to the factory is recommended. Please request assistance.
Replacement of the 6701 Anemometer Coil is difficult; it requires that the coil be soldered into place and the sensor be recalibrated after replacement. Returning the sensor to the factory is recommended. Please request assistance.
The 6702 shielded bearing with oil lube can be replaced by the user. Two bearings are required.