Multipoint Instrumentation

May 9, 2024 | Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.
Multipoint instrumentation, °C Port

Ideal for characterizing air moving devices or measuring airflow in manufacturing processes

Degree Controls multichannel airflow and temperature measurement systems are capable of simultaneously measuring, collecting, and analyzing data from multiple sensors. Multipoint instrumentation offers plug and play operation, saves on testing time, and provides maximum measurement flexibility. It allows engineering teams to increase productivity.

Multipoint instrumentation, AccuTrac with C Port and sensors

A typical multipoint instrumentation system consists of a °C Port data acquisition instrument combined with our discrete USB sensors and Windows-based AccuTrac datalogging software. The °C Port is a powered multi-port device which accepts any combination of our USB air velocity, temperature, and humidity sensors. It has a built-in barometric pressure sensor for the best environmental compensation and provides a stable source of power for all connected sensors. °C Ports also maintain port recognition so that a sensor plugged into port 4 is always displayed as such in the AccuTrac airflow analysis software.

Supported sensors:

  • Air velocity and temperature
  • Humidity
  • Thermocouple
  • RTD (high accuracy air and surface temperature measurement)
Multipoint instrumentation, supported sensors

Laboratory-grade USB air velocity sensors have velocity profiles ranging from 0.15 – 20.0 m/s (30 – 4000 fpm) and a variety of sensor head styles to suit your application needs. When choosing between our UTS thermocouples and high-accuracy RTD1000 sensors for air and surface temperature measurements, consider the required level of accuracy for your application. Unlike other RTDs on the market, the RTD1000 sensors ship precalibrated and ready to use. You do not need to perform a calibration or add a connector to a sensor element.

Airflow and temperature testing is much more efficient with our high-performance multipoint instrumentation.

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