F500 BACnet Air Velocity and Temperature Probe Sensor

July 7, 2022 | Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

The F500 BACnet probe sensor continuously monitors air velocity and temperature in HVAC systems, industrial applications, and laboratories.

The F500 BACnet airflow sensor is designed to deliver accurate airflow monitoring with real‐time feedback in HVAC systems, industrial applications, and laboratories. Engineered specifically as a BACnet® device for measuring air velocity and air temperature, the probe‐style sensor helps users achieve real‐time feedback control, deliver optimized ventilation for healthy and comfortable buildings, and maintain compliance with standards such as ANSI/ASSP Z9.5‐2022 for Laboratory Ventilation.

Here’s how it works:

  1. The F500 BACnet sensor continuously monitors air velocity and temperature within building automation and control applications to maintain safe, clean, energy‐efficient environments.
  2. Featuring BACnet MS/TP communication for interoperability, F500 BACnet sensing solutions can be connected directly to building automation systems (BAS). There is no need for an analog/digital converter or extra input module to couple a sensor to a virtual building. It’s straightforward to monitor airflow in HVAC zones with the F500 BACnet.
  3. With conformal coated electronics and sealed enclosure, the probe‐style sensor is designed to withstand harsh environments.
  4. It’s configured to order, with a variety of velocity ranges (0.15 m/s to 20 m/s) and probe lengths. A °C Clamp is included for secure sensor mounting, and the airflow sensor is easily integrated into 3rd party building automation systems (BAS).

Get started today! Use the F500 BACnet air velocity and temperature sensor to enhance airflow safety, meet compliance requirements, and save energy.

Note: ISO 16484 is aimed at the design of new buildings and the retrofitting of existing buildings for an acceptable indoor environment, practical energy conservation, and efficiency. It is applicable to building automation, and control systems (BACS).

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