Alnor AXD620 Digital Handheld High-Accuracy Micromanometer

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Alnor AXD620 Digital Handheld High-Accuracy Micromanometer

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Alnor AXD620 Digital Handheld Micromanometer provides fast and accurate pressure readings and can also read velocity with volumetric flow user input duct sizes. Alnor AXD620 measures static and differential pressure and displays velocity through use of a Pitot tube. Made in the USA and includes a NIST Calibration Certificate.

Characteristics
Measure differential and static pressure from -15 to +15 in. H2O (-3735 to +3735 Pa)
Calculates and displays velocity when using a Pitot tube
Calculates volumetric flow rate in duct from velocity and user-input duct size and shape
Records data points in duct traverse using sampling function
Data logging with time and date stamp
Programmable K factors
Includes:Hard carrying case, 4 alkaline batteries, (2)1.2-m rubber tubes, static pressure tip, LogDat2 downloading software and USB cable operation, service manual and NIST calibration certificate
Description

Alnor AXD620 Digital Handheld Micromanometer provides fast and accurate pressure readings and can also read velocity with volumetric flow user input duct sizes. Alnor AXD620 measures static and differential pressure and displays velocity through use of a Pitot tube. Made in the USA and includes a NIST Calibration Certificate.

Specifications
Specifications: Alnor AXD620 Digital Handheld Micromanometer
Static/Differential Pressure
Range -15 to +15 in. H2O (-28.0 to +28.0 mm Hg, -3735 to +3735 Pa)
Accuracy ±1% of reading ±0.005 in. H2O (±1 Pa, ±0.01 mm Hg)
Resolution 0.001 in. H2O (0.1 Pa, 0.01 mm Hg)
Velocity From a Pitot Tube
Range 250 to 15,500 ft/min (1.27 to 78.7 m/s)
Accuracy ±1.5% at 2,000 ft/min (10.16 m/s)
Resolution 1 ft/min (0.1 m/s)
Duct Size
Dimensions 1 to 250 inches in increments of 0.1 in.
(1 to 635 cm in increments of 0.1 cm)
Volumetric Flow Rate
Range Actual range is a function of velocity,
pressure, duct size, and K factor
Instrument Temperature Range
Operating 40 to 113°F (5 to 45°C)
Storage -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
Data Storage Capabilities
Range 12,700+ samples and 100 test IDs
Logging Interval 1 second to I hour
Time Constant User selectable
General
Dimensions 3.3 in x 7.0 in x 1.8 in (8.4 cm x 17.8 cm x 4.4 cm)
Weight 0.6 lbs. (0.27 kg)
Power Requirements Four AA-size batteries
Applications
Applications: Alnor AXD620 Digital Handheld Micromanometer
  Works well in HVAC troubleshooting, balancing and testing
  Duct traverses with Pitot Tube
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Customer Reviews

Data logging is pro Review by IrvingAC
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The data logging feature has a time and date stamp. Really nice to see the changes you made to the system show up in the data w/ time/date stamps to show the improvement.

(Posted on 12/11/2013)

Home Work Review by Kyle
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Pricey, but super accurate and you can use it for taking differential pressure on a bunch of units, like boiler flues and vent work. Great for anything in home contracting really.

(Posted on 12/9/2013)

Very Accurate Review by DonaldDuct
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While this unit is a little tricky to use at first. I purchased it for its amazing accuracy. You cant find this sort of accuracy in this price range.

(Posted on 12/5/2013)

Older Tech Review by Fred
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Might seem old school to use a pitot tube to do my duct calculations, but damn, you cant argue with the accuracies of using them.

(Posted on 12/4/2013)

Flow calculations Review by VENTcint
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It's a little extra work to put in the duct sizes but having the flow calculations is really helpful and makes it possible to use this lower cost meter versus an expensive capture hood or something like that.

(Posted on 12/4/2013)