Use the Fluke 922 micromanometer to:Measure pressure drops across key HVAC equipment to drive peak performance and extend equipment life,Match ventilation to occupant loads,Monitor indoor vs. outdoor pressure relationships and manage the building envelope, Promote indoor comfort and quality and Perform duct traversals for accurate airflow readings. Additional items with the 922 kit are the TPak Magnetic Strips, TPak Strap, 9 inches, TPak Latch Tab, and Hard Carrying Case.
Convenient all-in-one kit (475-000-FM-AV) is small, light and easy to use. No set-up or leveling needed. Included is a Pitot tube, two static pressure tips with magnetic mounting measure pressure drop across filters, condenser coils, etc. Kit comes complete with rubber tubing, 9V battery, step drill, AV calculator slide rule, and custom fitted carrying case. An indispensable test kit for the plant engineer, industrial hygienist and HVAC technician.
The Pitot Tube Anemometer with Differential Manometer is a multifunction tool that measures air flow, air velocity, pressure and temperature. It stores the maximum, minimum and average measurements for easy comparisons.
The Dwyer Series 475 Mark III Handheld Digital Manometer is ideal for field calibration, monitoring or trouble shooting HVAC systems, clean rooms or a wide range of other low pressure pneumatic systems. This handy instrument measures positive, negative or differential pressures of air and natural gases in ranges from 1" w.c. (0.249 kPa) to 150 psid (10.34 bar).
Series 477 Handheld Digital Manometers are packed with features you need to make low pressure measurement and recording faster, easier and more accurate than ever. First, you can instantly select from up to nine of the most widely used pressure units without having to waste time and risk mistakes with tedious conversions. Next, a non-volatile memory function enables storage of up to 40 readings - perfect for HVAC technicians making Pitot tube traverses of airflow readings across a duct.
Series 490 Digital Manometers are versatile, hand-held, battery operated manometers available in several basic ranges for positive or positive differential pressure measurement and can tolerate most liquid media compatible with 316LSS. A memory function allows storage of up to 40 readings for later recall and a backlight provides auxiliary lighting for hard-to-see locations.
The Wireless Differential Pressure Module +/- 2" w.c. can measure up to 500 (PA) and transmits measurements to the Model UHH handheld to view pressure drop across filters, static pressure in ducts, and velocity pressures from pitot tubes or air flow stations. When using it with a pitot tube or air flow measuring station, the measurement can be calculated to read directly in air velocity or volumetric air flow. The module mounts in the holder on the back of the handheld, or in an optional mounting bracket.
The Wireless Differential Pressure Module +/- 5" w.c. can measure up to 1250 (PA) and transmitts its measurements to the Model UHH handheld to view pressure drop across filters, static pressure in ducts, and velocity pressures from pitot tubes or air flow stations. When using it with a pitot tube or air flow measuring station, the measurement can be calculated to read directly in air velocity or volumetric air flow. The module mounts in the holder on the back of the handheld, or in an optional mounting bracket.
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A manometer is a type of instrument that measure pressure using water displacement. Analog manometers contains a column of water or other liquid and the pressure is measured based on how much water is displaced when exposed to air pressure. While this terminology was specific to this type, manometers have now been used to call most pressure gauges that measures differences in pressure, even digital models, which is different from barometers, which measure the total pressure of the atmosphere.
Digital manometers are the modern incarnation that electronically replicates the water displacement principles used in older manometers. Using electronics further improves its efficiency, reliability and accuracy, making digital manometers the instrument of choice for the maintenance and calibration of even more advance machinery.
From a design perspective, digital manometers are the easiest type of manometers to use since they are handheld devices with a user-friendly interface and has a digital display that makes it easier to read the results. Other features are also present in some models such as wireless data uploading, backlight for low-light environments and customized readout settings. All in all, the increased effectiveness and user-friendly features of a digital monitor are more than enough to justify their more expensive cost compared to analog manometers.
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