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Portable, Multi-Point Airflow Measurement Instrument from Degree Controls

Degree Controls, Inc. is proud to announce the latest addition to its Cambridge AccusenseTM brand of sensing systems - the °C Port3600, a portable, multi-point airflow measurement instrument designed for complex data collection using the AccuTracTM software toolset.

The °C Port3600 aggregates up to 36 sensors designed for minimal airflow disruption and can simultaneously measure air velocity, air and surface temperatures, and humidity at multiple locations. With built-in atmospheric pressure and humidity compensation, experiments are easily repeatable and yield reliable, accurate results under variable environmental conditions. The latest web-enabled AccuTracTM Plus software provides streamlined data acquisition, sharing, analysis and reporting for multiple users across the globe on the PC or mobile device.

The °C Port3600 is network-connected, allowing the experimental data to be monitored by multiple users over any smartphone or web-enabled device. This promotes global collaboration, monitoring of experiments by remote users, and brings a common vantage point for the whole engineering team, to watch their products’ thermal performance in real-time. By automatically compensating for changing environmental humidity and pressure, long term datalogging experiments can be run remotely, with ease and significant time savings.

When numerous and complex test scenarios are needed for optimal product engineering, single-point measurement is time-consuming and difficult to repeat. Whether measuring velocity profiles across blades and board components for critical electronics, or tracing flow patterns over planar spaces such as biosafety cabinets, chemical fume hoods, building ducts, and personal comfort spaces, the °C Port3600 is now the most versatile instrument available on the market for real-time, multipoint data collection and analysis, and can trim hundreds of testing hours from a product design and testing cycle.

Degree Controls, Inc. (http://www.degreec.com/en/airflow-sensing-products/development-use/cport3600.html) provides airflow sensors, test instruments, custom engineered, intelligent airflow controllers that deliver precise airflow and thermal management to products. Applications range from thermal management for dense electronics at the board level, precise sensing & alarming instruments for containment spaces in laboratories, and facility-wide cooling resource management for data centers.

For nearly two decades, the ATM24, ATM2400, and its line of USB Series Sensors from Degree Controls, Inc. have served as the industry standard product for multichannel airflow and temperature measurement.

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