Air Velocity Sensors Monitor Duct Airflow

June 24, 2024 | Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.
Air velocity sensors, F400 in duct

Ductwork is responsible for distributing warm or cool air to heat, ventilate, and cool buildings. To meet the requirements for temperature, comfort, and air quality, HVAC systems require specific airflow rates. Monitoring duct airflow with our F-Series air velocity sensors helps ensure that HVAC systems are operating efficiently and effectively. These fixed airflow monitoring stations allow facilities managers to identify and pinpoint where potential problems exist, and the data collected from velocity sensors is used to optimize operations.

Air velocity sensors, F400

F-Series (F300/F400/F500) sensors are flexible products that integrate easily with your systems. They are configurable with a variety of choices for air velocity ranges from 0.15 to 20 m/s (30 to 4000 fpm), input supply voltage, probe length, analog output, and digital communication. For advanced implementations, the F500 BACnet sensor uses the BACnet® MS/TP protocol for building automation systems (BAS).

Duct-mount velocity sensors are durable and easy to install. A cable gland or °C Clamp is included for outside of the duct mounting1 and does not require any special tools.

Air velocity sensors, mounting gland

Configure your F-Series air velocity sensors today and maximize the performance of HVAC units in your facility. Products are manufactured in the USA with short lead times.

1The cable gland is default for F300/F400/F500 sensors, and the °C Clamp is default for the F500 BACnet.

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