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Anemometer with Humidity, 0.3 to 35 mps
- Item # 9WP68
- Mfr. Model # DAFM3B
- UNSPSC # 41112501
- Catalog Page # 878
- Shipping Weight 2.12 lbs.
- Sensing MethodRotating Vane and Thermistor
- Data LoggingNo
- Humidity SensingYes
- Velocity (FPM)1 to 114
- Velocity (MPS)0.3 to 35
- Air Velocity Accuracy+/-5%
- Air Volume0 to 99,999 cfm
- Temp. Range-4 Degrees to 140 Degrees F
- Temp. Accuracy+/-1 Degrees F
- Relative Humidity Range0 to 100%
- Humidity Accuracy+/-3% @ 10 to 60% RH, +/-5% @ Other Range
- Dew Point Range-90 Degrees to 158 Degrees F
- Probe Size2.83" dia.
- Cord Length3.9 ft.
- DisplayLarge LCD
- Data HoldYes
- Auto Power OffYes
- Power Source9V Alkaline Battery or 200mA Adapter
- Special FeaturesWB, DP, RH, AT
- IncludesVane Sensor, Battery, Hard Carry Case, Instruction Manual
- Manufacturers Warranty Length1 yr.
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