FLUKE has introduced the Fluke 971 Temperature Humidity Meter, a rugged, pocket sized test tool designed for professionals in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), building maintenance and indoor air quality (IAQ) fields. The device joins Fluke's expanding range of tools for air quality professionals.
The Fluke 971 measures temperature, dew point or wet bulb from -20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F, ±1.0°F) and measures relative humidity from 5% to 95%, ±2.5%RH.
Its 99-point data storage capacity means users can take multiple readings and store them for later analysis.
The Fluke 971 Temperature Humidity Meter features a liquid crystal display with backlight and a low battery indicator. The unit operates on four AAA alkaline batteries.
Temperature and humidity are key variables in determining the performance of HVAC systems and the comfort of building occupants.
In addition, the accumulation of moisture can generate high humidity levels that foster the growth of bacteria and mould, which in turn can cause health problems, financial liability and costly remediation challenges.
With its pocket size convenience and durability, the Fluke 971 gives HVAC technicians and building managers an accurate, simple tool to ensure HVAC systems are operating within specification.
Industrial hygienists will find it useful for identifying conditions that encourage biological growth, and for ensuring measures to control humidity are working.