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Airflow Meter - Air Temperature, Velocity, CFM, Anemometer

Airflow CFM Meter - Air Temperature, Velocity, Anemometer

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Airflow CFM Meter - Air Temperature, Velocity, Anemometer - with Computer Interface DCFM8901

General Tools Digital Airflow Meter measures air velocity, calculated air volume, flow, and air temperature.  

Digital Air Flow Meter Features & Benefits :

  • Digital air flow meter displays CFM, CMM, FPM, MPS and Temperature
  • Min/Max memory
  • Data hold
  • Single point average
  • Multi-point average
  • RS-232 computer interface
  • °F/°C switch
  • CE and RoHS approved

Click Here to See User's Manual

DCFM8901 Air Flow & CFM Meter Specifications :

Airflow Volume Measurement Range:  0 to 99,999 CFM or CMM
Airflow Velocity Measurement Range:  80 to 6900 ft./min (0.4 to 35 m/sec)
Airflow Measurement Accuracy/Resolution:  ±2%/1 ft./min (10 mm/sec)
Temperature Measurement Range:  14° to 122°F (-10° to 50°C)
Temperature Measurement Accuracy/Resolution:  ±1°F (±1°C)/0.1°
Cord Length:  20.5 in.; extends to 4.5 ft.
Dimensions of Meter:  7.1 x 2.8 x 1.5 in.(181 x 71 x 38mm);Vane diameter: 2.9 in. (73mm)
Weight of Meter:  10.4 oz. (295g)
Power Source:  1 "9V"  battery (included)

DCFM8901 Includes :

  • Remote probe
  • Molded hard case
  • Battery
  • User's manual 

One Year Limited Manufacture's Warranty

Optional: ASFTKITSoftware for downloading and graphing readings on your PC


    • Weight
      2.25 lbs
    • SKU
      DCFM8901
  • Air Speed Range
    80 to 6900 ft./min (0.4 to 35 m/sec)
  • Air Speed Accuracy
    ±2%/1 ft./min (10 mm/sec)
  • Temperature Range
    14° to 122°F (-10° to 50°C)
  • Temperature Accuracy
    ±1°F (±1°C)/0.1°
  • Manufacturer
    General Tools and Instruments
  • Dimensions
    7.1 x 2.8 x 1.5 in.(181 x 71 x 38mm)
  • Weight
    10.4 oz. (295g)
  • Power Source
    1 "9V" battery (included)
  • Cord Length
    20.5 in.; extends to 4.5 ft.

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