Arduino Boards with integrated Air Velocity & Temperature Sensors adding “intelligent” measurement to your projects.
Arduino Board Air Velocity & Temperature Sensor
Arduino boards are open-source and designed for people and companies who manufacture microcontrollers and digital devices. These boards can be purchased already assembled or as DYI for hobbyists. Arduino boards are designed with a range of microprocessors and controllers and have digital and analog input/output (I/O) pins that can interface with expansion boards, breadboards, and other circuits. Some models have a USB for loading programs from a PC. The microcontrollers can be programmed using C or C++ and along with common compiler toolchains, Arduino provides an integrated development environment (IDE) based on the processing language project.
Some of the projects and products developed using Arduino boards benefit from an embedded air velocity and temperature sensor, or testing using this type of sensor. Based on high demand from our customers, DegreeC has outlined step-by-step, best practices instructions on connecting an F-Series Sensor to the Arduino. Read Application Note.
What makes these Arduino Board Air Velocity & Tempeature Sensors “intelligent?”
For in-situ testing of air velocity and air temperature in today’s demanding applications, a high-accuracy, simple to setup, professionally-calibrated sensor ensures less downtime and increasingly efficient testing scenarios. We offer a wide range of “intelligent” sensors that are built-to-order to meet any application where air velocity and air temperature must me measured. “Intelligent” means that you can aggregate your sensor data using AccuTrac™ software collecting air velocity, air temperature in real-time. This data can be displayed, saved, reviewed, graphed, and printed without export to another program.