ZephIR Lidar.



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The ZephIR Lidar team deliver wind lidar solutions across the global renewable energy market. Our experts have over 20 years experience working with lidar systems and ZephIR has operated in the field for almost a decade with more than 650 deployments worldwide and over 3 million operating hours.

We are proud to have been the first commercially available lidar system, the first to take measurements from a turbine spinner, the first to deploy an offshore lidar – both fixed and floating – and continue to pioneer the wind lidar sector with the release of new products and services.

Our solutions are provided in the following areas:

ZephIR 300

ZephIR 300 provides wind characteristics onshore and on a fixed or floating platform offshore from just 10 metres (33 feet) up to 200 metres (656 feet) from installed position to inform wind quality studies during the development and operation of wind farms onshore and offshore. ZephIR 300 is accurate, reliable and affordable, adding value to your wind energy project at every tage – from pre-planning, through development and on to operation. Every system is uniquely subject to an industry approved validation process ensuring repeatable, finance-grade quality. With our extensive experience in the industry, we are able to support you with a range of Packs designed to make wind data collection as simple and user-friendly as possible.

ZephIR DM

ZephIR DM is a Dual Mode variation of the successful 300 system. ZephIR DM provides wind characteristics infront of or behind a turbine from just 10 metres (33 feet) out to 200 metres (656 feet) from ground level or on top of the nacelle, during the operation of wind farms onshore and offshore. ZephIR DM provides valuable advanced wind data for the optimised alignment of wind turbines, for in-situ power performance measurements and to reduce wind loading on turbine components. ZephIR DM is supported by a range of Packs to make wind data collection as simple as cicking a button.

ZephIR Lidar –  wind speed at light speed