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Extech Heavy Duty Hot Wire CFM Thermo-Anemometer

Extech Heavy Duty Hot Wire CFM Thermo-Anemometer

Description

The Extech Heavy Duty Hot Wire Anemometer accurately measures air flow (CFM/CMM) or air velocity plus F/C temperature simultaneously.

Features

  • Air velocity measurements as low as 40ft/min
  • Telescoping probe extends up to 3ft (940mm) long
  • Air flow displayed in 2 modes
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The Extech Heavy Duty Hot Wire Anemometer accurately measures air flow (CFM/CMM) or air velocity plus F/C temperature. It measures air velocity as low as 40ft/min and air flow in 2 modes, as an instantaneous value, or up to 20 point average. The  meter has a telescoping probe that extends up to 3 feet, making it ideal for use in ducts and ventilating systems. Readings are read clearly on the large LCD display. The built-in RS232 interface makes for easy communication using the optional Data Acquisition Software and cable.

Notable Specifications:
  • ft/min range: 40 to 3346ft/min
  • ft/min resolution: 1ft/min
  • ft/min accuracy: +/-(5% + 5 digits)
  • MPH range: 0.5 to 38.0MPH
  • MPH resolution: 0.1MPH
  • knots range: 0.4 to 33.0knots
  • knots resolution: 0.1 knots
  • m/s range: 0.2 to 17.0m/s
  • m/s resolution: 0.1 m/s
  • km/h range: 0.7 to 61.2km/h
  • km/h resolution: 0.1km/h
  • Temperature: 32 to 122F (0 to 50C); 0.1F (0.1 C); +/-1.5F (+/-0.8C)
  • CMM meter3/min range: 0 to 36,000m3/min
  • CMM meter3/min resolution: 0.001 to 1m3/min
  • CMM meter3/min accuracy: 0.001 to 30.0 m2
  • CFM feet3/min range: 0 to 1,271,200ft3/min
  • CFM feet3/min resolution: 0.01 to 100ft3/min
  • CFM feet3/min accuracy: 0.001 to 322.91 ft2
What's Included:
  • (1) Anemometer
  • (1) Telescoping probe with 5.5ft (167.6cm) cable
  • (4) AA batteries
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