Automotive Air Velocity Sensor

Need an “Intelligent” Air Velocity and Temperature Sensor for Automotive Applications and Engineering?

automotive application air velocity sensor

Automotive Air Velocity Sensor

How are multi-point airflow sensors used in the automotive industry? Automotive engineers use sensors to baseline the performance of climate control in automotive cabins, create performance-based test and measurement of airflow and temperature, set up automotive defrost testing and analysis, perform CFD testing in engine chassis components – all done with sensor data that is transferred to their PC in real-time, recorded and visualized with heat maps for thorough analysis. DegreeC offers a complete line of single or multi-point air velocity sensors that also measure air temperature, and humidity. With these “intelligent” sensors real-time data is transferred through a user-friendly USB output to a robust software solution where data can quickly be analyzed.

  • Our air velocity sensors utilize dual-bead hot wire anemometry technology and can achieve an accuracy of 3% of reading.
  • Choose from a range of compact sensor heads for diverse air velocity measurement applications
  • Measure and log air velocity, air temperature and humidity with a complete multi-point instrumentation system

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.

Air Velocity & Temperature Sensors for Automotive Engineering

Automotive engineers use sensors to baseline the performance of climate control in automotive cabins, create performance-based test and measurement of airflow and temperature, set up automotive defrost testing and analysis, perform CFD testing in engine chassis components — all done with sensor data that is transferred to their PC in real-time, recorded and visualized with heat maps for thorough analysis.

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