TSI Alnor VelociCalc 9515 Air Velocity Meter
Measures air velocity and temperature with an integrated 40in telescoping probe
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- Accurate air velocity measurement suitable for 0 to 4,000 ft/min (0 to 20 m/s)
- Integrated 40-inch (101.6 cm) telescoping probe attachment
- Large, easy to read display
- Calibration certificate included
- Press button to hold reading
- Weighs 0.6 lbs (0.27 kg)
- NIST Certificate Included
What's in the Box
- Hard carrying case (p/n 801752)
- NIST Certificate
- 4 x AA batteries
The TSI Alnor VelociCalc 9515 air velocity meter is a digital meter typically used for face velocity measurements in fume hoods, spray booths or IAQ and ventilation system checks. The VelociCalc 9515 features a 40-inch (101.6 cm) telescoping integrated probe for difficult to reach measurements.
With an accuracy of ±5% of reading or ±5 ft/min (±0.025 m/s), TSI Alnor VelociCalc 9515 air velocity meters measure air velocity over a range from 0 to 4000 ft/min (0 to 20 m/s). The TSI Alnor VelociCalc 9515 also measures temperatures from 0 to 200°F (-18 to 93°C) with an accuracy of ±0.5°F (±0.3°C).
The TSI Alnor VelociCalc 9515 air velocity meter ships complete with:
- Hard carrying case
- 4 alkaline batteries
- Operation and service manual
- Calibration certificate
This product can be used in the following applications:
Here's how some of our customers used this product.
Air Velocity Measurement in Heated Ducts
The Background: Our customer is an HVAC company that needs to check the air velocity inside the ducts of a system that always is heated to temperatures exceeding 140˚F.
The Problem: The normal operating range of the system is between 160 and 180˚F and the system cannot be shut down. These temperatures are outside the range of most handheld air velocity meters.
The Solution: We recommended the TSI Alnor VelociCalc 9515 air velocity meter. The VelociCalc 9515 makes accurate face velocity measurements in fume hoods, spray booths and ductwork with temperatures up to 200˚F.