Degree Controls, Inc. introduces next-generation Multi-point Airflow Measurement Instrument, with enhanced accuracy and mobile access.
Milford, NH – July 1, 2014 - Degree Controls, Inc. is proud to announce the latest addition to its Cambridge Accusense brand of sensing systems - the °C Port3600, a portable, multi-point airflow measurement instrument designed for complex data collection using the AccuTrac software toolset. The °C Port3600 aggregates up to 36 sensors designed for minimal airflow disruption and can simultaneously measure air velocity, air and surface temperatures, and humidity at multiple locations with built-in atmospheric compensation.
DegreeC Receives Supplier Excellence Award from GE Healthcare, Inc. (GE)
Milford, NH – April 30, 2014 - Degree Controls, Inc. (President: Jag Sisodia) was awarded the Supplier Excellence Award for Electronics Components from GE Healthcare, Inc. (GE), during GE’s Supplier Day held this spring in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Degree Controls custom manufactures high-level fan assemblies and embedded airflow sensors to meet the precision-critical demands of GE’s CT scanners, MRI systems and PET product modalities.
New Embedded Air Velocity & Temperature Sensors Sets Benchmark for Off-the-Shelf Configurability & Performance
Milford, NH – September 9, 2013- Addressing the industry need for highly configurable air velocity sensors with both analog and digital communication to simplify integration, the F400 Series from Degree Controls is now available. With multiple output and input interfaces, airflow switch capability, and fan controls built-in, the F400 Series of sensors is constructed with rugged, sealed housing, and a unique, single-hole mounting design.
Miniature I2C Velocity Sensor Provides Board Level Airflow Management
Milford, NH – August 12, 2013- Responding to the need for smallest footprint, board-soldered, air velocity sensors, with no compromises in accuracy, response time and flow range, are the new RFS series of sensors from Degree Controls, available now. With options of rugged plastic housing, or stand-along PCB mount, these versatile sensors can be used in single board or multi-blade products.