Tag: Air Velocity Sensor

Airflow tools for HVAC TAB
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The tools used for TAB (Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing) and commissioning work are as important as the professionals who perform the work1. Degree Controls offers some of the airflow instruments listed in the NEBB TAB Required Instrumentation list, used to record measurements for certified reports. In addition, Degree Controls offers airflow tools to help HVAC […]

Remote Head Air Velocity Sensors, PC Sensor Head
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Remote head sensors meet requirements when the sensing area is too small for typical probe-style sensors. Degree Controls F-Series Remote Head Sensors are air velocity and temperature sensors where the sensing element is separate from sensor electronics. Remote head sensors are used in instances where the sensing area is too small for a typical probe-style […]

Air Velocity Sensor Calibration, Wand
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Is it Time for an Airflow Sensor Calibration? Degree Controls air velocity and temperature sensors are highly accurate, but still require proper calibration at regular intervals to assure precise measurements. Whether airflow sensors are used in critical manufacturing processes, HVAC systems, or research and development projects, periodic calibration ensures sensors are functioning properly and gives […]

Board-Mount Airflow Sensors
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Designing airflow intelligence into electronic systems with board-mount air velocity sensors helps protect components from thermal damage and ensures the overall efficacy of air flow products such as air cleaners and purifiers1. Incorporating Degree Controls board-mount air velocity and temperature sensors onto pcbas in electronic enclosures allows engineers to collect performance data and enables systems […]

UAS1000 RF Characterizes Pcb Airflow
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Miniature pcb-mount sensor tests airflow of pcbs and electronic systems – The UAS1000 RF characterizes pcb airflow with miniature board-mount sensor head and remote sensor electronics. Do you need to prototype, test, and validate electronic or electromechanical control system designs? Degree Controls has USB sensors which measure air velocity and air temperature simultaneously using dual […]

PCB thermal management
January 20, 2022

PCB Thermal Management

Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Do you need to verify thermal designs for electronic products and systems? The UAS1000 EF sensor (electronics focused) is ideal for any case where a sensor needs to be mounted to a circuit board to measure airflow. It is used by hardware designers and thermal engineers to test servers, understand the flow velocity across heat […]

Airflow Sensors for Produce Storage
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Is maintaining the quality of your harvest important to you? In the commercial storage of fruits and vegetables, airflow is a key factor in extending shelf-life, maintaining freshness, and reducing waste. Airflow, and airflow sensing technology, are used to help keep temperature and relative humidity at the proper levels for storage facilities. The USDA Agricultural […]

Sensor100 Monitors Impeller Inlet and Outlet Air
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Are you a manufacturer looking to improve efficiencies? Companies use the Rooster™ Sensor100 airflow sensor with display to monitor air velocity in impeller1 inlet and outlet ducts for process optimization. Coffee roasting operations are one example. Rooster™ monitors manifold outlet pipes to detect flow loss, where airflow is used to separate chaff from coffee beans. […]

OEM air cleaners and air purifiers benefit from integrated airflow sensing.
Posted By: Alex Sargent

Air purifiers or air cleaners remove contaminants from the air in a room or space to improve indoor air quality.  They work by pulling air in, moving air through a filtration system to capture, or neutralize, pollutants and/or particles, and then pushing cleaned air back out.  Many air purifiers include a fan. Whether the system consists of HEPA, […]

sterile bottle filling
Posted By: Alex Sargent

FH-Series Airflow Sensors Help Assure CGMP Compliance 21 CFR 113 of the Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (eCFR) defines aseptic processing and packaging as “the filling of a commercially sterilized cooled product into pre-sterilized containers, followed by aseptic hermetical sealing, with a pre-sterilized closure, in an atmosphere free of microorganisms.” Environmental monitoring and control is essential […]

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