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Etesian Technologies LLC
274 Sunderland Road, Amherst, MA 01002, United States
William Stein, CEO
Etesian Technologies manufactures and markets its patented self-powered wireless anemometer systems. These wind speed monitors ensure your safe operation by monitoring for the unsafe winds. By continuing to listen and adapt to our customers requirements we have developed an extensive array of products to meet the needs of a variety of industries. Our self-powered sensor operates without batteries. Our remote readout is available with a variety of options including audible and visible alarms, a communications modules to enable the sending of e-mail and text message alerts, and data logging. We serve a variety of industries including sound and staging, crane and construction, fountain control and wind power.
Aldridge Electric, APRS World, AS Richards, Atlantic Marine, Ballard Engineering, Bergey Wind Power, Bracken Construction, C.A. Murren, Cadmus, CargoLifter GmbH, Computer Software Inc, Construction Equipment Indicators, Doc Bailey Construction, Endurance Wind Power, Entech Engineering, eSolar, Evergreen Institute, Formosa Fountain, Helix Wind, ICB Audio and Video, Inquipco, Levitation, Inc., Loud and Clear, MCL Power, Newpage Corp., Olsen Beal, Penn Terminals, Pieper Electric, Robin Beasse, Signet Electronic Systems, silentWorx, SpaceX, Stevenson Crane Service, Tony's Pump and Supply, Tower Solutions Inc., Transocean, University of Wyoming-Laramie, University of Western Ontario, Weatherflow, Windpole Ventures, Cyclopic Energy, Weaver Wind, WindMonitoring, Wurzelbacher Staging, Xzeres
United States Patent 7,454,968 United States Patent 7,591,176 What our customers are saying... "It worked flawlessly... just kept delivering the data... never a problem." ~ Ken Craig, Senior Engineer, Bergey Wind "(Etesian's is)...the most reliable wind sensor in its class. Other anemometers were failing as often as every 3 months. Air travel, boat charters, and repair costs exceeded revenue from the weather stations. Worse, we were expending all our human resources replacing anemometers rather than expanding our network of 300+ weather stations. With the Etesian anemometer we are operating profitably and expanding once again." ~ Phil Atkinson, CTO, Weatherflow Inc.
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