Tag: Air Velocity Sensor

Bi-directional velocity sensors, racks
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Airflow is an important factor in a data center. By adding air velocity sensing to your data center monitoring system, you can be notified of potential issues right away. Sensor placements will vary based on the data center environment; however, many organizations opt to monitor each cold air supply and hot air exhaust. Bi-directional velocity […]

Multipoint instrumentation, AccuTrac with C Port and sensors
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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. […]

Airflow Switches and Sensors close up of sensor head from Degree Controls
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Not everyone uses Degree Controls sensors in the same way, and OEM applications often have unique requirements. To meet the needs of our customers, we provide configuration options for our airflow switches and sensors. You can select features like air velocity profile or trip point, supply voltage, analog output, digital communication, and mechanical length. In […]

UAS1000 EF air velocity sensor for telecom
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Do you need to optimize cooling for your telecom enclosure? Thermal analysis for electronic products is critical throughout the design process, however it can be time consuming to get a comprehensive understanding of thermal behavior. Choosing the right sensors and data acquisition system makes a positive impact on the amount of time and effort required […]

Board mount air velocity sensors
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Do you want to see how the air is flowing through your building? According to the U.S. Department of Energy, HVAC systems are responsible for 44% of commercial building use.1 By placing Degree Controls board mount air velocity and temperature sensors throughout your facility, in areas where air flows, you can receive the measurement data […]

Board-mount air velocity sensors, package styles
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Do you need airflow sensors for your thermal load board? Electrical engineers and PCB designers use load boards with Degree Controls board-mount air velocity sensors to conduct thermal analysis and test cooling capability. F66x air velocity and temperature sensors are installed directly on the load board to monitor airflow, providing system developers with the empirical […]

Humidity monitoring, sensor
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Humidity monitoring is essential to controlling moisture levels in the pharmaceutical industry. Do you need to know the humidity condition in the air? Do CGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practice) regulations apply to you? The FH400 airflow sensor allows you to continuously monitor humidity levels in CGMP-compliant production areas, while simultaneously measuring air velocity and air […]

Bi-directional velocity sensors
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Bi-directional velocity sensors measure velocity, temperature, and airflow direction simultaneously The simultaneous measurement of air velocity and air direction is essential to environmental management and process control. Building air should move from clean to dirty zones, and then out, to provide for healthy indoor environments. To conserve energy, reduce cooling costs, and prevent electronics from […]

UAS1000 EF Airflow Velocity Sensors
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UAS1000 EF Sensors allow OCP NIC 3.0 designers to test PCBAs, optimize thermal designs, and define cooling capability for cards. The 2022 OCP Global Summit held in October covered NIC (network interface card) 3.0, just one of the OCP community’s many projects supporting the growing demands on computing infrastructure and next-generation datacenters. Thermal testing of […]

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