Higher Accuracy UAS1000 Series, LP, PC, Wand Sensor Heads

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April 2, 2020 | Posted By: Jan Fischer

Advanced UAS1000 Series, LP, PC, Wand sensor heads have higher airflow measurement accuracy!

Degree Controls is pleased to announce the April 2020 launch of higher airflow measurement accuracy sensor heads for our UAS1000 Series of USB air velocity and temperature sensors. The advanced, high accuracy, UAS1000 Low Profile (LP), Plastic Cap (PC) and Wand sensor heads are capable of measuring with ± 3% accuracy, in accordance with the ANSI/ASHRAE-110 and NSF 49 standards for laboratory fume hood and biosafety cabinet testing. These are the first, multi-point, air velocity sensors to meet the stringent 3% requirement, to answer the demand of measuring face velocity and downflow velocities points in one experimental setup.

UAS1000 Instrumentation Systems & Recalibration Update
With a variety of sensor ranges from 0.15 m/s to 20 m/s (30-4000 fpm), the UAS1000 Series continues to offer such features as unimpaired access to tight locations, ease of installation, multipoint measurement, rugged construction and probe interchangeability.  UAS1000 sensors connect to our multi-channel °C Port data acquisition instruments powered by AccuTracTM software, empowering certifiers, testers and researchers to measure, log, and analyze air velocity, temperature and humidity data with confidence and maximum efficiency.

These UAS1000 Low Profile (LP), Plastic Cap (PC) and Wand sensor heads are an ideal choice for your compliance and performance testing (ASHRAE 110, NSF 49 & OSHA), and our recalibration service allows you to update existing LP, PC, and Wand sensors to 3%.

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UAS1000 – New Additions Coming Soon
Contact Degree Controls to learn more about our precise, easy-placement UAS1000 sensors with convenient, multi-point USB connectivity, and please keep watching–new application-specific versions are coming soon! 

Please see our visualization products for airflow smoke pattern testing to complement your inflow face velocity profiling.

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