Air-Velocity Sensor Guarantees Accuracy

KOBOLD’s KAH air velocity sensors are said to be ideal for applications requiring accurate ventilation control. They operate on an innovative hot film anemometer principle. This thin film sensor guarantees accuracy at low air velocity, which is not possible for conventional anemometers with commercial temperature sensors or NTC bead thermistors. The sensor is also much more insensitive to dust and dirt than all other anemometer principles. The KAH delivers high reliability and low maintenance costs.

 

The configuration equipment allows air velocity adjustment of the sensor. The measuring range and the response time can be selected via jumpers by the user. This facilitates easy adjustment to the correct working range upon startup. By use of the supplied mounting bracket, the insertion depth is infinitely adjustable. For more details and specs, checkout the KAH datasheet.

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