Welcome to ROMO Wind, the independent and exclusive provider of the unique iSpin system, a revolutionary approach to wind measurement.
The iSpin spinner anemometer measures the wind where it makes sense: in front of the rotor at the spinner, where the wind hits the turbine first. Our goal is to provide you with better insights for full wind turbine performance. For the first time in the history of measuring wind at wind turbines, there’s a unique possibility to prevent loss of productivity of your turbines and to enable deep insights in wind conditions by simultaneously measuring all significant wind parameters.
The iSpin advantages at a glance
With iSpin, you will be able to verify the efficiency of your wind turbine by monitoring the power curve. iSpin lets you know when acute and chronic influences are impacting the performance.
With iSpin, you can increase the productivity of your wind turbine. iSpin identifies and helps you to adjust previously undetected yaw misalignment.
With iSpin, you can increase the life of your turbine by reducing loads. By correcting yaw misalignment and using the iSpin turbulence and flow inclination data, you can improve the management of your wind farm. You can profit from shorter down-time and lower maintenance costs.
iSpin is like a contact lens for your wind turbine, providing a whole new level of transparency for turbine productivity.
iSpin is able to measure parameters at the nacelle which until now have been difficult or impossible to accurately measure.
The power of iSpin in detail
The following further abilities of iSpin allow uniquely deep and accurate wind condition insights.
For details on each of these features and background documents please visit our Knowledge centre
With iSpin you can monitor if the air density corrected power curve declines or improves
Observe turbulence intensity allowing you to make informed choices between power production and reduced turbine loads.
Monitor flow inclinations
Use the accurate iSpin wind data as a reliable basis for your operation strategy, for repowering or expanding your wind park
Compare original wind assessment with actual wind conditions in all wind sectors
Turn your turbine into a virtual wind met mast