Hot-wire Anemometer…best value on the market today
Palm size and feather weight is standard on this must have quick check instrument
Single button multi-function toggle switch for easy one-hand operation
Read temperature and hold reading so the technician can easily record on their worksheet
Broad measurement range
Temperature compensation circuit for high accuracy
Display readings in both metric and imperial units
Compact and lightweight
Averages measurements over one or five seconds for air velocity
|Range||2 to 6,000 fpm (0.01 to 30.48m/s)|
|Accuracy||+/- 5% of READING or +/- 0.015 m/s whichever is greater|
|Resolution||0.01 m/s (@ 0.01 to 9.99 m/s)
0.1 m/sec (@10.0 to 20.0 m/s)
|Response Time||Less than 1second at 196 fpm (1m/sec), 90% response|
|Accuracy||+/- 1°F (+/- 0.5 °C)|
|Resolution||0.2 F (0.1 C)|
|Response Time||Less than 30 seconds at 196 fpm (1 m/sec), 90% response|
|Power Supply||4 x AA batteries|
|Operaing Environment||Main unit 41 to 104°F (5 to 40°C)
Probe -4 to 158°F (-20 to 70°C)
|Storage Environment||14 to 122°F (-10 to 50°C)|
|Dimensions||Main unit 2.4″(60mm) x 4.7″(120mm) x 1.2″(30mm)
Probe: 0.24″ or 0.40″(6 or 10mm) diameter x 7.9″(200mm) length.
Probe cable: 0.13″(3.3mm) diameter x 59″(1,500mm) length.
|Weight||0.4 lbs (180 g)|
|What's Included||Operation Manual, AA Batteries, Extension Rod, Carrying Case, NIST Certificate|
Our anemometers are hot-wire (thermal) anemometers. Basically, it measures the air speed by calculating how fast the sensor is being cooled by the air.
The principles behind all hot-wire anemometers may be the same, but the quality varies. Simply put, with our temperature compensation sensor, our Climomaster is the most accurate with an accuracy of +/- 2%. This is due to several factors:
Annual calibration is recommended to ensure accuracy. However, this can vary based on how often the anemometer is used and the environments it's used in. Also, some companies have an SOP in place that specifies how often the instrument will need to be serviced. More specifically, regulatory compliances may dictate the calibration interval.
You can measure clean air between -4 and 158°F (-20 to 70°C) in an environment with no visible condensation. (Please note: the temperature range given is for the probes)
No, these are thermal anemometers that generate heat when in operation; if you expose them to a flammable gas it could cause a fire or explosion. Corrosive or caustic gases, such a chlorine, will damage the sensor on contact. While it is possible to use the instrument in a non-flammable, non-caustic gases the instrument is not calibrated for these gases and it will not measure airflow accurately.
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