Data Logging Anemometer, 80 to 4930 fpm
- Item# 13G529
- Mfr. Model# SDL310
- Catalog Page# 779
- UNSPSC# 41114401
Using 360° Viewing:
- Rotate: Use top-to-bottom, side-to-side by use of mouse arrow.
- Zoom In: Double click on image.
- Zoom Out/Reset: Put photo at full zoom & then double click.
- Item Anemometer
- Sensing Method Rotating Vane and Thermistor
- Data Logging Yes
- Humidity Sensing No
- Velocity (FPM) 80 to 4930
- Velocity (MPS) 0.4 to 25
- Velocity (MPH) 0.9 to 55.9
- Velocity (KPH) 1.4 to 90
- Velocity (Knots) 0.8 to 48.6
- Air Velocity Accuracy +/-2%
- Temp. Range 32 Degrees to 122 Degrees F
- Temp. Accuracy +/-1.5 Degrees F
- Probe Size 2.80" dia.
- Cord Length 3.3 ft.
- Display 9999 count LCD
- Resolution 1 fpm
- Data Hold Yes
- Auto Power Off Yes
- Interface RS-232
- Storage Capacity 20M Readings Using A 2G SD Card
- Power Source (6) AA Batteries or AC Adapter
- Special Features Datalogger Stores Up to 20M Readings In Excel(R) Format On A 2G SD Card, Type K/J Thermocouple Input FPR High Temperature Measurement
- Includes Batteries, SD Card, Vane Sensor, Carrying Case, and Instructions
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
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