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Data Logging Anemometer, 80 to 5910 fpm
- Item # 3MPC1
- Mfr. Model # DAF2005MDL
- UNSPSC # 41114401
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 2.25 lbs.
- Sensing MethodRotating Vane
- Data LoggingYes
- Humidity SensingNo
- Velocity (FPM)80 to 5910
- Velocity (MPS)0.4 to 30
- Velocity (MPH)0.9 to 67
- Velocity (KPH)1.4 to 108
- Velocity (Knots)0.8 to 58.3
- Air Velocity Accuracy+/-2%
- Vane MaterialMetal
- Air Volume0 to 1,908,300 cfm
- Temp. Range32 Degrees to 122 Degrees F
- Temp. Accuracy+/-1.5 Degrees F
- Cord Length6.3 ft.
- DisplayMultiline LCD
- Data HoldYes
- Auto Power OffYes
- Storage Capacity16,000 Samples
- Power SourceCR2032 and (4) AA Batteries
- IncludesBattery, Probe, Carrying Case and Instructions
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