Wireless air velocity/differential sensor
AA | Industrial
Spook's differential pressure sensor is the most popular airflow monitor for accuracy and measures the difference in pressure between two points. One inlet point is the positive port and the other is calibrated to measure the opposite pressure reading. When the pressure is greater on the positive point the sensor records a negative pressure reading and vice versa. The range of airflow pressure on this sensor is -500 Pa and +500 Pa.
Did you know?
Blaise Pascal was a French mathematician of which the pascal measurement (Pa) is named. Pa is a SI
(International System of Units) derived unit of pressure or stress and is a metric pressure unit and is
equal to a force of one newton per square metre. Pa is derived from the equation
Blaise Pascal (B: 19th June 1623 – D: 19th August 1662)
Potential uses for wireless airflow sensors
- Mechanical movement
- HVAC air flow
- HVAC efficiency testing
- Clean rooms
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