Fluke Australia has released its 975 AirMeter, designed specifically for heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), and indoor air quality (IAQ) professionals.
The Fluke 975 simultaneously measures, logs and displays:
- temperature (wet bulb and dew point)
- carbon dioxide (CO2) levels
- carbon monoxide (CO) levels
- airflow and velocity (using the optional air velocity probe).
The Fluke 975 AirMeter can be used for a full range of indoor air quality diagnostic and monitoring tasks, including:
- responding to comfort-related calls from building occupants
- determining whether there is adequate ventilation
- general air flow and velocity monitoring
- testing for carbon monoxide leaks
- verifying building HVAC control systems
- optimising HVAC system operation.
The handheld test tool includes features designed to make operation simple. These include:
- percentage of outside air calculation
- automatic compensation for barometric pressure changes
- CO2 and CO field calibration
- self-test function at startup
- capture of min/max/average on all measured and calculated readings
- reading displays in both metric and standard units
- multi-language user interface.
According to Fluke Australia, the Fluke 975 AirMeter has been designed specifically for HVAC and IAQ technicians.
The Fluke 975 AirMeter is easy to operate, and by combining five different test capabilities in one tool, it makes life easier for technicians. The data recorded by the tool can also be downloaded to a personal computer via a USB interface for further analysis, using the included FlukeView Forms software.