Do you need a “Smarter” Air Temperature Sensor? One that allows for Monitoring, Alarming, Data Logging and Reporting?
Air Temperature Sensor
Air Temperature is just one variable that can be measured using an air temperature sensor, or more appropriately, an airflow sensor, air velocity sensor, or air velocity transducer. In fact, the air temperature sensors detailed below can measure air velocity, air temperature, humidity, and pressure.
Better still, these air temperature sensors can connect to a data acquisition instrument by an intuitive USB interface. The data from a single point or multiple points can be viewed in real-time, aggregated, logged, and analyzed using a robust software that allows for graphing, data logging, and printing.
- Single or Multi-Channel Data Acquisition up to 180 sensors measuring air velocity, air temperature, surface temperature, humidity, & barometric pressure data in real-time
- Real-Time Data Logging – of air velocity, temperature, humidity, and pressure with compensation for changing humidity and barometric pressure (altitude)
- Graphing Features – Line Graph and Gradient Graph features allow users to simply drag-and-drop the desired sensors into an easy-to-view graphing section, and export in jpeg format
What is an Air Temperature Sensor?
Not to be confused with an air temperature sensor for automotive engines, these airflow sensors are used for electronics, HVAC ducts, biosafety cabinets, or any application where air velocity, temperature, humidity, or pressure need to be measured and analyzed.