i have two anemometers. I am noticing a difference that I originally thought might be due to the trees around the lot. The one at the bottom rotates more often than the one at the top. Both do send signals when I compare them, however it is curious why the one closer to the ground works more often.
The mast is heavy and to take down the junk attached plus the six guy wires and all that , would be really tough as I am much older than when Iput it up.
one theory I have is that maybe the unit is tipped a bit on the top, looser over time and shifted, the other, is the POT is old and just doesn’t turn as easily, a third is that the differences between the trees where there is leaf blocking the flow, so the trees are blocking the wind and the space below the trees move the lower one. just a thought. The picture is old as I have taken off the passive shield, just haven’t bothered to update the photo.
I can switch between the two anemometers from the house, one is on the wireless anemometer transmitter, the top one is hooked to the ISS. I originally put both in because it freezes in the winter and the lower one is easier to dislodge and in case the top one died out or the bottom one, I could use a backup.