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Embedded Airflow Sensors Compatible with Arduino and Raspberry Pi

Embedded Airflow Sensors Compatible with Arduino and Raspberry Pi

Embedded Sensing Provides Benefits

High performance electronics are increasingly being developed with built-in air velocity sensing to improve reliability, warn the user of a use-case or environmental issues, and to allow the OEM to track airflow starvation events that could mitigate product failure liabilities. DegreeC has developed cost effective and small form factor approaches to bring a multitude of advantages to the marketplace.

The embedded air velocity sensing platform from Degree Controls allows you to measure air velocity, temperature, and humidity with best-in-class sensor accuracy. Our embedded airflow sensors are available in a multitude of robust packages including corrosion-resistant probes, remote head transducers, and board mount sensors. They are configurable with choices for air velocity range, input voltage, and output communication style. Air velocity and temperature are measured simultaneously, and bi-directional or directional airflow sensing options are available as well.

    Embedded Airflow Sensors with Analog ans/or Digital Output

    The F-Series sensors are designed with both analog and digital outputs (UART and I2C) for your ease of use and maximum configurability in the field. What’s more, Degree Controls’ embedded sensors are compatible with all major microcontrollers and development boards including Arduino and Raspberry Pi. Simply make the connections from your F-Series sensor to your microcontroller, power your development board and sensor, and begin work on your industrial solution, data collection or automation control project. See our application notes page for Setup and Connection of an Arduino board to a DegreeC F-Series Air Velocity and Air Temperature Sensor with Digital Output.

    Our embedded platform of airflow sensors sets the standard for flexible design integration and control. We have a sensor to monitor your critical environment--contact Degree Controls today to make your airflow sensor selection.

    Try the newest addition to our F-Series, the F200 with digital-only interface, for new product designs and airflow process control applications.

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    F-Series Airflow Sensors

    The F Series Airflow Senors is a platform of non-directional air velocity, temperature, and humidity sensors optimized for demanding applications.Both digital and analog outputs can be used simultaneously.

    Airflow Measurement Sensor used with Arduino or Raspberry Pi

     Horizontal Airflow Sensor

    The F661/F663 features a lower profile for use in 1RU electronic systems, or those where component height is heavily restricted. It can be soldered directly to a printed circuit board, or plugged into a surface-mount socket for easy removal.

    F200 Sensor used to measure airflow is compatible with Arduino and Raspberry Pi boards

    F200 Airflow Sensor

    The F200 series is a non-directional air velocity and air temperature sensor with a digital-only interface suited for new product designs and product and process control airflow applications where direct communication is desired. 

    Consult with a Airflow Sensor Specialist

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    Alex Sargent 
    Alex joined Degree Controls, Inc. in 2018 bringing with him nearly a decade of experience with sensor technology and instrumentation. As Technical Sales Engineer he handles the sales of embedded sensors and consults some of the world's largest manufacturers on the use of these instruments.