DegreeC is pleased to offer this inaugural issue of THE FLOW Newsletter as a resource for our customers and other DegreeC enthusiasts. We hope you’ll enjoy it and welcome your feedback. Thank you for your support.
FEATURED BLOG by Alex Sargent: Airflow management using an air velocity sensor to provide real-time feedback can identify problem areas before damage occurs. Degree Controls’ board-mounted air velocity and temperature sensor platform with digital output is designed to measure complex, spatial airflow inside electronic or ducted systems.
Important Announcement: If you’re reading this now, chances are you’re doing so with a bit of anxiety … and your anxiety is justified by the December 1, 2019 deadline for United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Chapter <800>. You’re not alone. Other compounding facilities are in a rush to make physical and policy changes to ensure that they comply with USP 800 and can stay in business. The good news is that we can help.
Feature Story by Jan Fischer: Indoor environmental conditions directly affect the health, comfort, and productivity of a building’s occupants, equipment longevity and overall energy costs. Accurate measurement of air velocity in HVAC ducts provides the information needed to examine and calculate the optimal airflow in HVAC systems.
New Technology & Updates: Our all-new Rooster™ Pressure100 is shipping now. The Pressure100 is an air pressure, temperature and humidity monitor which keeps your environment safe and helps you achieve compliance requirements for pressurized spaces. Also, a new version of our Rooster™ Monitor100 is coming soon and provides even more value than the current system. Finally, the release of the BACnet® capable Rooster™ Monitor200 from Degree Controls is fast approaching.
See DegreeC at SemiTherm | March 16-20, 2020: DegreeC will be demonstrating a complete line of Air Velocity Sensors at Semi-Therm this year. These are ideal for the semiconductor industry because they are high-performance and solderable and allow for the measurement of air velocity, temperature, humidity and pressure at a single point or at multiple points. Come see us in BOOTH #105 and learn about our research-grade USB sensing and multi-point data acquisition instruments that give you the ability to view data in real-time, perform data logging, and produce reports with charts that can be output as a spreadsheet or other file formats like JPG.