Tag: Airflow Measurement

PCB mount air velocity sensors from Degree Controls
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Monitor Electronics Moving air is an effective option to keep electronics cool. When hardware issues such as fan failure occur within dense electronic systems and enclosures, overheating, component damage, unstable operation or even catastrophic failure may result. Airflow management using pcb mount air velocity sensors to provide real-time feedback can identify problem areas before damage […]

Sensor upgrade
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Recalibration Services to Maintain Sensor Accuracy Recalibrate to maintain sensor accuracy and have full confidence in the measurements you take. When you send us your sensor for recalibration, consider taking advantage of our upgrade incentives. Recent releases of our instrumentation grade sensors include improvements and new features. We are constantly working to bring better products […]

Fogger cleaning
December 12, 2022

Fogger Cleaning Services

Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

As the year-end approaches, this may be a good time to schedule preventive maintenance for your fogger instruments. Degree Controls provides general cleaning services for its °C Breeze and FlowMarker™ Fog Generators, and we suggest that this be done on an annual basis. Fogger cleaning is done with care, by experts, and includes a battery […]

Volumetric airflow measurement
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Need to add basis to your efficiency conversations? Collect the data first. Proper cooling architecture is of the utmost importance when considering overall energy consumption and cost effectiveness within a data center. PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness), RCI (Rack Cooling Index), and COP (Coefficient of Performance) are measures that deserve to be part of cooling and […]

Recalibration service
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Is it time to calibrate your airflow sensors and instrumentation? Calibration is about measurement accuracy. Degree Controls recommends a recalibration service be performed once every 12 months for airflow sensors and sensing arrays, as well as for °C Port data acquisition instruments with built-in barometric pressure sensing. Properly calibrated airflow instrumentation gives you confidence that […]

UHS1000 Humidity Sensor
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

The UHS1000 Humidity Sensor The UHS1000 is a relative humidity (RH) sensor, measuring the water vapor content of air, and features the convenience of USB connectivity. UHS1000 is most often used with its companion sensors, the UAS1000 (Air Velocity), and UTS1000/RTD1000 (Air and Surface Temperature) sensors, to create multipoint and multifactor environmental testing. In addition, […]

Ceiling fan airflow
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Do you need an air velocity sensor to CFM test your ceiling fans? The UAS1000 OD (“omnidirectional”) air velocity and temperature sensor is purpose-built for CFM (cubic feet of airflow per minute) testing of ceiling fans. Optimized for circulating air and applications where the predominant flow vector is well known, the UAS1000 OD is calibrated […]

airflow monitoring for cleaner air
Posted By: Alex Sargent

The covid-19 pandemic has generated an increased interest in airflow and cleaning the air. Air cleaners, also referred to as air purifiers or sanitizers, use differing technologies including HEPA filtration, activated carbon filtration, ultraviolet (UV) germicidal irradiation, or multiple technologies such as filtration with UV disinfection. The ASHRAE Position Document on Filtration and Air Cleaning provides information on these […]

degree controls c point anemometer accuracy
Posted By: Steve Carter

°C Point anemometer with field replaceable airflow sensor head is available now The °C Point instrument with field replaceable sensor head from Degree Controls is available now. With sensor heads that can be swapped out anytime, anywhere, using quick change technology, the °C Point makes downtime a thing of the past. Certifiers and EH&S professionals can purchase their […]

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