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F-Series Sensors for Diverse Airflow Measurement Requirements

F-Series Sensors for Diverse Airflow Measurement Requirements

Embedded air velocity sensors by Degree Controls provide airflow solutions for demanding laboratory, HVAC and electronics applications.  The F-Series platform of non-directional air velocity and temperature sensors is robust and provides users with powerful versatility.

The high-performance F-Series platform:

  • uses dual-sensing elements to measure air velocity and temperature simultaneously,
  • is rugged with sealed construction and conformal coated electronics, and
  • is configurable to meet your specific application requirements.

A variety of velocity ranges, power supply inputs, probe lengths, and output types are available, as well as remote head sensor styles.

Key differences between F300, F400 and F500 air velocity and temperature sensors are:

Your choice of input power:

F300  

  4.5 – 15 VDC supply voltage

F400  

  19 - 29 VDC supply voltage

F500  

  24 VAC/VDC supply voltage

Extended analog output options with the F500:

F300 & F400  

  0-5V or 0-10V output

F500  

  0-5V, 0-10V, 0-20mA or 4-20mA output

Note:  Output can be augmented with simultaneous digital communications.  

Different sensor length selections to accommodate insertion depths of 30mm (1.25”) to 245mm (9.6”):

F300  

  Three selectable lengths

F400  

  Four selectable lengths

F500  

  Two selectable lengths

 Low temperature operating range with the F500:

F300 & F400  

  0°C to 60°C (32°F to 140°F)

F500  

  -10°C to 60°C (14°F to 140°F)

Note:  Please see F-Series datasheets at degreec.com for additional information.

F-Series Remote Head Options

F-Series remote head models are also available for applications where segregation of the sensing element and electronics is desirable, such as products involving high EMI sensitivity or extreme temperature, or those where the sensing area is too small for typical probe-style sensors.

 Contact DegreeC to learn more