Affordable hot wire anemometer with a bendable thermal sensing probe is available online. Thermal anemometer can measure wind speed and temperature. Popular hot wire anemometer with a wind speed measurement range of 0~30m/s is a necessity for severe weather.
Hot Wire Anemometet Features
- Slim sensors are suitable for small space measurements.
- The thermal line sensor is suitable for high-precision wind speed measurement.
- The hot wire anemometer can be used for airspeed/air temperature/air volume measurement.
- It can measure the maximum and minimum values of air speed and air volume.
- The thermal anemometer has data hold, store and delete functions, low power indicator function and backlight function.
- It can automatically shut down function (10 hours without operation), record 500 data, and connect to a PC via USB.
- The thermal anemometer has a large LCD display and the sensor handle can be stretched to suit the required location.
- Model: ATO-AR866A
- Wind speed measurement range: 0.1~30m/s
- Wind speed measurement error: ±1% ±0.1
- Wind speed unit selection: m/s, Ft/min, Knots, km/h, Mph
- Wind volume measurement range: 0~999900m3/min
- Wind temperature measurement: 0~45℃
- Temperature error: ±2℃
- Accuracy: (5%+1d) reading the data
- Resolution: 0.01m/s
- Data communication: USB
- Data storage: 500 pieces of data
- Power supply: 3.7V lithium battery 1000mA
- Size: 159*66*32mm
Hot Wire Anemometer Details
Tips: 2 working modes of hot wire anemometer
Constant current type, also known as constant current method, that is, the current of heating the wire remains constant, the temperature of the wire will decrease after the gas takes away part of the heat. The higher the flow rate, the more the temperature will be reduced. When the temperature changes, the resistance of the hot wire and the voltage at both ends changes, so the temperature of the wire can be measured to know the size of the flow rate.
Constant temperature type, also known as the constant resistance method, changes the heating current so that the heat taken away by the gas can be replenished, and the temperature of the wire remains unchanged, such as maintaining 150 ℃, the greater the flow rate, the greater the required heating current. According to the current required to be applied, the size of the flow rate can be known. The constant temperature type of hot wire anemometer is more widely used than the constant current type.