Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Just a friendly reminder that we are now operating from our new facility in Nashua, NH. Phone and digital correspondence remain unchanged:  P 603-672-8900 or 877-334-7332,   Our new physical address is: 300 Innovative Way, Suite 222, Nashua, NH 03062-5746 Thank you for doing business with us. We appreciate your support, as you, our […]

Integrated airflow monitors and anemometers
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Rooster™ Airflow Monitors – Now with direct connection to anemometers! Degree Controls integrated its Rooster™ airflow monitors and anemometer instrumentation for certifiers, laboratory managers, and manufacturers to perform cabinet calibrations with automated entry of face velocity measurements acquired from a calibrated anemometer. The Rooster™ airflow monitor recognizes the °C Point anemometer’s Bluetooth module or a […]

Introducing Rooster™ Sensor200 for duct airflow
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Introducing the Rooster™ Sensor200 from Degree Controls, the first BACnet® air velocity and temperature sensor with built-in color touch panel for facility management professionals to achieve local and remote alerts concurrently. The Rooster™ Sensor200 comes calibrated and ready to deploy with a probe-style sensor to monitor ducted airflow. Sensor200 provides real-time audible and visual notification at the […]

Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

We’re looking forward to a new year and the release of our HotSpotr™ 2.0 underfloor air mover. The HotSpotr™ 2.0 removes hot spots from data center facilities. It’s designed to be installed under a perforated tile in a raised floor system, to deliver air upward, to the inlet side of server racks. HotSpotr™ 2.0 fan […]

BACnet-enabled Airflow Sensor that can communicate to building automation systems.
Posted By: Alex Sargent

The new F500 BACnet air velocity sensor from Degree Controls utilizes BACnet® MS/TP communication, the internationally accepted protocol for building automation and control networks.

s100 airflow switch with adjustable trip point
Posted By: Alex Sargent

The new S100 probe style air velocity switch from Degree Controls provides low flow trip-point detection. It is a reliable, cost-effective way to monitor airflow in HVAC systems, data centers, and industrial processes. When air velocity drops below the user-defined trip point, the S100 signals for low flow with your choice of Normally Closed (N.C.) […]

new airflow management products coming soon
Posted By: Alex Sargent

Degree Controls has a couple of new things coming soon that may help with your projects and initiatives for this new year. In response to customer requests for an airflow switch that can be tuned in the field, we will release the S100 air velocity switch in the first quarter of 2021. The S100 is […]

smart thermal management controllers
Posted By: John Callanan

Degree Controls environmental controllers control any device used in a thermal management system – fans, heaters, AC or DC motors, pumps, and more. DegreeC controller boards are customized, to suit the equipment design & application needs of the product designer. Simple integration and compliance engineering are hallmarks of our expertise. Our environmental controller platform includes […]

recalibration and rma
Posted By: Steve Carter

Are you tired of waiting 2 or more weeks to get your recalibrated sensors back? Most Degree Controls recalibrations are completed within the same week of receiving airflow sensors from the field. Maximize your return on investment (ROI), and have confidence in your measurement results by letting us provide you with sensor recalibration services. Maintaining sensor calibration assures […]

automotive multipoint airflow sensing
Posted By: Steve Carter

UAS1000 Platform Advances Vehicle Aerodynamics Air velocity and temperature sensors are widely used in automotive design, development and assessment. Automakers rely on airflow sensors and associated instrumentation for data acquisition and analysis. The right vehicle airflow dynamics improves fuel efficiency, reliability, comfort, and safety. Vehicle aerodynamics also transfers air flow to heat exchanger systems, keeping engines […]

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