An “intelligent” Airflow Transducer ideal for temporary or permanent installation & accurate airflow measurement.
What are the applications for an airflow transducer? The need to measure air velocity, as well as air temperature, humidity, and pressure is common in many industries and processes. From laboratories and clean rooms to product development and manufacturing. Labs and cleanrooms need to measure and monitor airflow to maintain safety and process reliability, while manufacturers may need to monitor drying processes or perform comfort and draft studies, along with a wide range of other uses.
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 Intelligent Airflow Transducer?
Start with the fact that air velocity is just one of the measurements that can be made by these Airflow Transducers. In addition, they can measure air temperature, humidity, and pressure. But, the real versatility that comes from these “next generation” airflow transducers is that they give you full control through integration with data acquisition instruments and powerful software. This provides a real-time view of data that can be logged and reported … complete with spreadsheets and a variety of graph styles.