Hot Wire Anemometer with Real Time Data LoggerLCD Display, Range 40 to 3940 FPM, RS232/USB
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- Slim Probe, Ideal for Grilles and Diffusers
- Type K or J Thermocouple Input
- Real Time SD Memory Card Data Logger
- LCD with Green Light Backlighting
- Velocity and Air Temperature Measurements
- RS232/USB Interface (Optional Cable)
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The OMEGA™ HHF-SD1 combination hot wire and standard thermistor anemometer with SD card data logger has multiple features that make it suitable to use in such applications as environmental testing, balancing of fans/motors/ blowers, air conveyors, clean rooms, and flow hoods. What sets the HHF-SD1 apart from other hot wire anemometers is that it incorporates a real-time SD card data logger.
The HHF-SD1 measures velocity, and air temperature, and has an input socket that accepts a Type J or K thermocouple that can be used as a highly accurate thermometer. The integrated hot wire and standard thermistors provide fast and accurate readings-even at low velocities. The HHF-SD1 is innovative and easy to operate. Download data from the SD card into an Excel spreadsheet without the need for special software.
Display: 52 x 38 mm (2.05 x 1.5') LCD with green backlight (on/off)
Velocity: m/s, km/h, ft/min, knots, mile/hr
Temperature: °C or °F
Sensor Construction: Glass bead thermistor
Auto: 1 to 3600 seconds
Manual: Push the data logger button once; will save data one time
Memory Card: SD memory card
Temperature Compensation: Automatic
Display Update: At 1 second
Data Output (RS232/USB): With optional cable/software
Operating Temperature: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
Operating Humidity: Less than 85% RH
Power: 6 'AAA' alkaline or heavy-duty batteries (included), or 9V power adaptor (optional)
Current Draw: 15 mA DC (without SD card or backlight), 36 mA (all functions)
Weight: 515 g (1.13 lb)
Instrument: 203 L x 76 W x 38 mm D (8 x 3 x 1.50')
Probe: 12 mm (0.47') diameter, 280 to 940 mm (11 to 37') length Air
Temperature Measuring Range: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
Resolution: 0.1°C (0.1°F)
Accuracy: ± 0.8°C (1.5°F)
Hi, ihave 2questions:1)when i put aKthermocouple tomeasure velocity and low temperature does itaffect the measurement of velocity because the device normally works from 0 to 50°C,2)would it also give a temp/veloc vs time plot when i put this thermocouple.
How many hours of continuous measurement can Hot Wire Anemometer with Real Time Data Logger (Item# HHF-SD1) do while logging. Can it be set to take measurements only at certain intervals e.g. every 10 seconds?
Hi, May i know is this a Constant Temperature Anemometer (CTA)? Could this be able to measure air velocity (or possibly other turbulent properties) in a high turbulence condition (Turbulence intensity 5%)?
Does this product come with a certificate of calibration?
Can we write our own software to automatically read data from the instrument? Where can we find the commands?
When taking velocity measurements, the meter will show increasing velocity until about 3100 ft/ min. As air speed increases beyond this, the measurement will decrease and a '-' sign appears at the far left. What does this mean and how to fix?
What frequency range is this able to measure? What is the format of the output, a time series or does it provide any FFT outputs?
Hi, does it give velocity values in ducts where the air is circulated at low temperatures (0 to -24 degrees) when we put a K thermocouple? thanks