DegreeC announces miniaturization of airflow sensing head for instruments

Aug. 21, 2008
August 21, 2008 -- Degree Controls, Inc. (DegreeC) has released its Cambridge AccuSense PointFlow, billed as a micro head airflow/ air temperature measurement instrument.

August 21, 2008 -- Degree Controls, Inc. (DegreeC), a provider of airflow instruments and integrated thermal management platforms, announced the
release of its Cambridge AccuSense PointFlow, billed as a micro head airflow/ air temperature measurement instrument.

The Cambridge AccuSense advanced airflow instrument line includes airflow testing and sensing instruments as well as embedded sensors for thermal and airflow management. The PointFlow uses a patented pulse technology to provide both airflow and temperature measurement virtually simultaneously, according to the company.

The instrument features a miniature (.5mm) omni-directional sensor head remotely located on a 2 meter cable, a digital display showing airflow in either feet per minute or meters per second, and the ability to download readings through either serial or analog output. The micro head causes virtually no distortion of the airflow, making it ideal for measuring low airflow in tight spaces such as those found in small electronic devices.

On the Web:
www.degreec.com

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