What units does an anemometer use?
An Anemometer measure wind speed so it would use units of speed. Commonly used units include mi/h, km/h, knots, and m/s.
An anemometer is used for weather forecasting by meterologists . Aeroplane pilots and sailors need to know the velocity of wind . Therefore they use anemometers to fullfilltis need for wind speed an anemometer is used to measure wind speed An Anemometer is a device for measuring wind speed. They are common in Weather Stations.
The very first anemometer was invented by Leonardo de Vinci and it was a deflection anemometer. The second was invented by Dr.Thomas Romney Robinson it was a 4 cup anemometer. A three cup anemometer wasinvented in 1926 by Jhon Patterson and later improved by Derek Weston in 1991.The pressure anemometer was invented in 1996 on August 5th by William Henry Dines.