Advanced thermal dispersion air measurement system

Ruskin's TDP05K is an air measurement system for temperature measuring and air flow

07/10/2017


The system uses thermal dispersion technology to measure air flow within +/- 2 percent of the reading. Courtesy: RuskinThe Ruskin TDP05K advanced thermal dispersion air measurement system for air flow and temperature measuring averages multiple velocity and temperature points within the duct or plenum—arriving at accurate air measurements for demanding applications. Each airfoil-shaped probe can have up to eight moisture-resistant flex sensors. Users can specify up to 16 probes for any given opening, providing a maximum of 128 sensing points, each capable of measuring a velocity range from 0 to 5,000 fpm. Sensors are calibrated at 25 points.

The primary probe replaces the transmitter, simplifying installation. Probes are daisy-chained together—wired from probe to probe—eliminating proprietary wire connections between each probe and a transmitter box.

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