Patterson´s Three-Cup Anemometer

Patterson´s three-cup anemometer

Function: To determine wind speed and direction and to send the data electronically to recording apparatus. Patterson´s three-cup anemometer has become the standard throughout the World since he developed it in the 1930s. Canada Science and Technology Museum

Meteorological Service of Canada
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c. Early 1930s
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