Dwyer Instruments has released three new models of wireless probes – the Series AP3, RP3 and VP3 – for a host of measuring applications.
The Model AP3 Wireless Thermo-Anemometer Probe measures air velocity, airflow, and temperature when combined with a compatible smart handheld device. Markings on the probe show the insertion depth, so users can obtain better accuracy when traversing the duct.
The Model RP3 Wireless Thermo-Hygrometer Probe measures relative humidity, temperature, dew-point, and wet-bulb temperatures when combined with a compatible smart handheld device. Factory-calibrated replacement humidity sensors can plug directly into the probe without requiring additional calibration.
The Model VP3 Wireless 100mm Vane Thermo-Anemometer Probe measures air velocity, airflow, humidity, and temperature when combined with a compatible smart handheld device. By having a larger diameter, the rotating vane can measure velocities down to 50fpm or 0.25m/s. An arrow is moulded into the vane housing to depict the flow direction.
These probes use a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) signal for easier connection and low power consumption. Wireless probes can take measurements up to 15.2m away from the UHH6 or compatible smart handheld device.