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Hi guys, I'm looking to incorporate an anemometer to be read off an arduino ATmega328.

Is it possible to read the number of pulses from an anemometer such as this?:

http://shop.logicenergy.com/products/vortex-anemometer?utm_source=google-product-search

what sort of function would I need to measure these pulses?
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Check the attachinterrupt() function. That is the easiest way to count pulses, you can check the # pulses every second and derive the windspeed
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Check the attachinterrupt() function. That is the easiest way to count pulses, you can check the # pulses every second and derive the windspeed

Thanks for the quick response! exactly what I was looking for smiley
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Here is a cheaper and easier to use alternative for you:
http://shop.moderndevice.com/products/wind-sensor
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