Factory price duct mounted wind speed anemometer is used for wind speed measurement in fields such as HVAC, power plant flue gas treatment, pipeline air flow, variable air volume system, operating room, purification room, biological laboratory, electronics and medical environment.
- Model: ATO-BRW200-206
- Working Voltage: 12~30V DC (Default 24VDC)
- Max. Power: 0.8W
- Signal Output (Optional): 4~20mA, 0~5VDC, 0~10VDC, Wireless Communication: 4g-CAT1
- Wind Speed Range (Optional): 0~15m/s, 0~20m/s, 0~30m/s
- Measuring Object: Wind Speed
- Measuring Media: Air, N2, Smoke and Waste Gas
- Accuracy: ±(0.2+3%FS) m/s
- Resolution Ratio: 0.1m/s
- Response Time: 2s
- Working Temperature: -10℃~+50℃
- Long-Term Stability:≤0.1m/S/year
- Protection Grade: IP65
- Dimension: 240mm
- Weight: 1kg
Dimension (Unit: mm)
Tips: What is a duct mounted wind speed anemometer?
The duct mounted wind speed anemometer is mainly used for wind speed measurement in pipes, oil fume pipes and other harsh environments. It has good anti-erosion, anti-corrosion, anti-condensation and other characteristics. At the same time, it is used together with the internal smooth bearing system to effectively ensure the accuracy of information collection. It is an intelligent instrument with convenient use, good performance and high reliability.
The pressure measurement of the gas in the air duct should be carried out in the pipe section where the air flow is relatively stable. During the test, the static pressure, dynamic pressure and total pressure of the gas need to be measured. The orifice for measuring the full pressure of the gas should face the direction of the airflow in the air duct, and the orifice for measuring the static pressure should be perpendicular to the direction of the airflow. When using a U-shaped pressure gauge to measure total pressure and static pressure, the other end should be open to the atmosphere. Therefore, the pressure read on the pressure gauge is actually the pressure difference between the gas pressure in the air duct and the atmospheric pressure. Atmospheric pressure is generally measured with an atmospheric pressure gauge. Since the total pressure is equal to the algebraic sum of the dynamic pressure and the static pressure, only two of the values can be measured, and the other value can be obtained by calculation.