Miniature air flow sensor for the HVAC sector
The EE575 is a compact air velocity transmitter designed for high volume applications. Due to the small design, the module can be fitted to nearly every application. The use of a high-quality E+E thin film sensor element based on the hot film anemometer principle ensures optimal precision and maximum sensitivity.
The innovative design makes E+E velocity sensor elements less sensitive to dust and other pollution than conventional hot wire anemometers. This is reflected in the excellent reproducibility and proven long-term stability of the measuring results.
The EE575 can be mounted fast and easily. The alignment strip along the probe’s tube and the matching mounting flange determine the orientation of the sensor probe. The mounting flange allows for an infinitely variation of the depth of the sensor probe. The electronics integrated in the probe tube provide a linear analogue signal of 0-5V or 0-10V for the velocity range 0...5m/s (0...1000ft/min) / 0...10m/s (0...2000ft/min) or 0...20m/s (0...4000ft/min).
|Measuring range||0...5m/s (0...1000ft/min)|
|Response time||t90: typ. 4 sec (at 10m/s (2000ft/min))|
|Accuracy||0.5... 5m/s (100...1000ft/min): ±(0.2m/s / 40ft/min +3% of MV)|
|1... 10m/s (200...2000ft/min): ±(0.3m/s / 60ft/min +4% of MV)|
|1... 20m/s (200...4000ft/min): ±(0.4m/s / 80ft/min +6% of MV)|
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