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Wind Power Sector in India Award Contract to Kintech Engineering

Wind Power Sector in India Award Contract to Kintech Engineering


We are delighted to announce that the National Institute of Wind Energy (NIWE) in India has awarded Kintech Engineering a newcontract for the supply of55 EOL Zenith data loggers including remote communication,220 anemometers, 110 wind vanes, 55 temperature sensors, 55 pressure sensors and 55 solar radiation sensors. After being present in India since 2009, we want to express our gratitude for the trust NIWE is showing in the products and services we offer. We are delighted that our products form part of their ambitious plan since 2013 to accomplish their goal of acomprehensivewind map for India’s most windy regions.

Country Manager India, Dhanaji Patil, comments, “It is a great pleasure for Kintech Engineering to be awarded this contract, where we once again prove our ability to deliver highly reliable products for wind resource assessment and contribute to build an even stronger presence in the country”
The order comprises the following instrumentation manufactured by Kintech Engineering: EOL Zenith data logger incl. GSM communication module
The EOL Zenith collects data in compliance with industry standards for wind resource assessment, where maximum performance and reliability is a must. The perfect combination of data logger technology combined with the most advanced monitoring software for managing wind resource campaigns remotely.

Monitoring System EOL Manager

Remote monitoring software developed for the EOL Zenith data logger ensuring reliable and easy access to wind data and forms an integral part of our data acquisition system.The new and improved EOL Manager is designed to make it even easier for our customers to manage all their sites from a single dashboard including automatic instant feedback on potential sensor malfunctions.

K611P Pressure Sensor
The K611P is a robust and compact pressure sensor ideal for measuring in remote applications. It meets the requirements for both meteorological and wind resource assessment applications and allows the use of very long cables without any signal loss.


Anand Gupta Editor - EQ Int'l Media Network


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