Need an “intelligent” Directional Airflow Sensor that provides real-time data with Monitoring, Data Logging and Reporting?
Directional Airflow Sensor
Air velocity is just one variable that can be measured using a directional airflow sensor. In fact, the directional airflow sensors detailed below can measure air velocity and air temperature.
Better still, these directional airflow 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 a Directional Airflow Sensor?
A directional airflow sensor outputs the velocity and temperature of the air, as well as the airflow direction, in real-time. It is used for electronics, HVAC ducts, biosafety cabinets, or any application where air velocity and temperature need to be measured and analyzed.