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New York City — Dec. 1, 2014 — The new Mini-Anemometer/Psychrometer with CFM/CMM & Enthalpy (DAF3009) from General Tools & Instruments is ideal for HVACR technicians and contractors.
It offers the ability to measure eight HVACR-related parameters in one handheld device that is small and light enough for one-handed operation.
The DAF3009 can measure all parameters associated with installing, testing, and fine-tuning the performance of an HVACR system:
• Airflow volume (in CFM or CMM)
• Air speed (in ft/min, m/sec, km/hr, mph or knots)
• Enthalpy (in BTU/lb or kJ/kg)
• Ambient temperature
• Dew point temperature
• Wet bulb temperature
• Wind chill index
• Relative humidity
The instrument can not only measure air speed and airflow volume, but also can track and calculate the maximum, minimum, and average values recorded over a measurement “session.”
A session begins when the device is powered on and ends five minutes after the final measurement is made (when the Auto Power Off function activates). This capability is helpful for a variety of purposes, such as determining the fastest and slowest fans in a group or the average of a group of fans.
The DAF3009 also features a large backlit dual-readout LCD, a vane and sensor cap, and a tripod mount.
Founded in New York City in 1922, General Tools & Instruments is a recognized leader in the design and development of precision specialty hand tools and handheld test instruments.