Dwyer Instruments has released a new series of pencil-style air velocity transmitters.
“The Series AVPT pencil-style air velocity transmitter uses thermal anemometer technology to provide high accuracy and stable air velocity measurements in imperial and metric units across ranges of 1,000, 2,000, 3,000, or 4,000FPM (5, 10, 15, or 20m/s),” says Dwyer.
“The Series AVPT can be configured with either a voltage output or BACnet MS/TP communication to provide universal inputs to a variety of monitoring equipment. Models are available with fixed cable lengths of 20 or 78 inches with flying leads or a 5-pin M12 connector on a 24-inch cable. Probes are available in lengths of 6 or 12 inches. A mounting flange included with the product provides the ability to vary insertion depth.
“Models are available in 3 per cent or 5 per cent accuracy to suit a variety of applications, while the optional BACnet MS/TP communication protocol allows units to be daisy-chained to provide access to all of the velocity and temperature measurements.”
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