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Degree Controls Launches F600 Air Velocity Sensors

New Hampshire-based, Degree Controls of Milford, released its F600 board-level air velocity sensing devices for constant evaluation of airflow in compact areas.

The market leading F600 sensor has an excellent physical configuration featuring a compact measurement of 0.5" height X 0.25" width and X 1.0" length having a 0.1" pitch structure. The electronics fabricators thus gained an economical method for predicting prior temperature elevation by constantly measuring airflow at crucial board areas.

F600 board-level air velocity sensing devices

The expensive electronic elements are shielded by the F600 by employing the output to warn/indicate or to lower the power of the system during a deprivation in velocity of air. The transmission of these data to F600 is mediated by a UART connection or an I2C. User designed outputs encompass tach, PWM or alarm open drain feedback.

The F600 offers an air velocity ranging from 0.5 m/s to 5.0 m/s or 100 fpm to 1000 fpm with a working temperature of 10°C to 60°C and is functional at 12 VDC energy supply and experiences airflow acceptance angle at ±45°. An additional thermal output is also available with this unit. The in-built factory measurement functionality enables the exchange of sensors with each other, eliminating the requirement of field validation.

ISO-9001 certified DegreeC is a global supplier of temperature control and AccuSense airflow systems for adverse condition applications. The company is also focusing on solving thermal control problems for room level, mission critical spaces such as clean rooms and data centers.


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