Air Velocity

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EE33

EE33 Humidity/Temperature Transmitter for High Humidity/Chemical Applications – OVERVIEW by E+E ElektronikKey Features:   0 to 100% RH range -40 to 356°F (-40 to 180°C) temp range Probes work up to 1450 psi (100 bar) Short response time (less than 15 seconds) Fast recovery after condensing conditions Highest measurement accuracy with monolithic humidity sensor Condensation […]

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EE576 Miniature Air Flow Sensor (for low flow)

Excellent accuracy down to 0.2 m/s (40 ft/min). Voltage output. Optimized for clean rooms and laminar flow monitoring.

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EE650 Air Flow Sensor for HVAC

Accurate and reliable measurement up to 20 m/s (4000 ft/min). Very robust and highly insensitive to pollution.

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EE660 Air Flow Sensor (Low Air Velocities)

Excellent accuracy down to 0.15 m/s (30 ft/min). Optimized for clean rooms and laminar flow monitoring.

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EE671 – HVAC Air Velocity Probe

Very robust and highly insensitive to pollution. Measurement range up to 20 m/s (4000 ft/min). Voltage or ModBus RTU output.

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EE680

Air Velocity Sensor for Laminar Flow Monitoring

The EE680 is dedicated for precise measurement of the air velocity and monitoring the temperature in laminar flow. The GMP compliant design is ideal for cleanrooms and safety cabinets in pharmaceutical, life sciences and microelectronics industries.

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EE75 High Accuracy Air Flow Sensor

High accuracy measurement of flow and temperature in industrial processes up to 10 bar (145 psi) and 120C (248F). Also ideal as a reference unit for labs and test rigs.

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TR9299-WiFi for LEED A Battery Powered CO2 Alarm And Monitoring Tool For LEED Point Certification

Measure Temp & Humidity in environments up to 356ºF/180ºC Heated sensing tip can burn off containments, and also prevent condensation on the element in

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TR9299-WiFi for LEED A Battery Powered CO2 Alarm And Monitoring Tool For LEED Point Certification (Copy)

Measure Temp & Humidity in environments up to 356ºF/180ºC Heated sensing tip can burn off containments, and also prevent condensation on the element in

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