0.7 PSI Digital manometer and anemometer ±0.3% accuracyREED
The Reed R3001 Digital Anemometer/manometer (80.0M/S/±5000PA) is a highly accurate hand-held two-in one device with modern features such USB interface, Max/min and average readings and a great pressure resolution. Reed R3001 can display pressure in 5 different measurement units and air flow in “cfm” or “cmm”.
REED R3001 Features
- Measure and display air velocity, air flow volume, pressure and
ambient temperature with a single, compact unit
- Air velocity displayed in m/s, fpm, km/h, mph or knots
- Air flow displayed in cfm or cmm
- Pressure displayed in psi, mbar, inH2O, mmH2O or Pa
- Temperature displayed in °C or °F
- Max., Min. and Avg. readings
- Real time clock provides for time-stamped measurements
- Push button calculation of rectangular or circular duct areas
- Large LCD display with backlight
- Auto power off and low battery indication
- USB interface
REED R3001 Specifications
- Pressure Range: ±5000 Pa; 0.752 psi; 50.00mbar;20.07 inH2O; 509.8 mmH2O
- Pressure Resolution: 1 Pa; 0.0001 psi; 0.01 mbar;
0.01 inH2O; 0.1 mmH2O
- Pressure Accuracy: ±0.3% FSO
- Repeatability: ±0.2% FSO
- Linearity/Hysteresis: ±0.29% FSO
- Air Velocity Range: 1.00 to 80.00 m/s; 200 to 15,733 fpm;
3.6 to 288.0 km/h; 2.24 to 178.66 mph;
2.0 to 154.6 knots
- Air Velocity Resolution: 0.01 m/s; 1 fpm; 0.1 km/h; 0.01 mph; 0.1 knots
- Air Velocity Accuracy: ±2.5% rdg.
- Air Flow Range: 0 to 99.999 ft3/min; 0 to 99.999 m3/min
- Air Flow Resolution: 0.0001 to 100 ft3/min; 0.001 to 100 m3/min
- Air Flow Accuracy: Function of air velocity and duct size
- Temperature Range: 0 to 50.0°C; 32.0 to 122.0°F
- Temperature Resolution: 0.1‚C; 0.1°F
- Temperature Accuracy: ±1.0°C; ±2°F
- Power Supply: Single 9V battery
- Dimensions: 203 x 75 x 50mm
- Includes: Black and white silica tubes, Pitot tube, power
adapter, USB cable, 9V battery, CD software and hard carrying case.
How to use Reed R3001 as a manometer
Turn on the instrument by pressing the Power Button. Before taking measurements, enter into the “pressure measurement” mode by pressing the P/V/F button. Select the unit of measurement from up to seven common English and metric pressure units (psi, mbar, inH2O, mmH2O or Pa) using the down button. When the desired unit was saved, connect a single hose to the R3001's Input Port, leaving the Ref Port empty. To ensure accuracy, zero out the unit before taking a measurement. With the input hose open to ambient conditions, press and hold the Hold/Zero button until the display states “0”. Place the input hose in the desired measurement location. The meter will display the differential pressure of the input zone with respect to the reference zone. For example, a positive reading means that the input zone is positively pressured in respect to the meter location or its reference zone.
During the measurements, Reed R3001 show the ambient temperature. You can select the temperature units either °C or °F. Just press the Up button
to select the unit °C or °F.
Using the functions:
You can use the HOLD function while any pressure or flow and velocity measurements. This feature “freeze” the measurement result on the display and helps you to reed more easily the value. The HOLD indicator will also appear on the display. Press the Hold/Zero button again to turn off the Hold function.
Minimum, Maximum, and Average Readings
During the measurements you can scroll through the maximum (MAX), minimum (MIN), or the average (AVG) readings by pressing the Max/min button.The elapsed time since entering MAX/MIN/AVG mode, or the time at which the minimum or maximum reading occurred will appear on the screen. Press the P/V/F button to show the maximum, minimum, and average of the ambient temperature value and the pressure, velocity, or flow value.
Using its internal memory, this instrument can save up to 99 samples on each of the three measurement modes (pressure, air velocity or flow). To store the data, just press the Save/Clear button to save the current data. The meter can store the the values of pressure or velocity measurements separately. If the memory is full, the meter will beep and display “FU” on the screen. To recall saved data you must select first what mode data you are looking for. As an example, for pressure data, press the P/V/C button once. The last measurement will appear first. Use the Up and Down buttons to scroll through the saved data.
How to use Reed R3001 as an anemometer
Measuring Air Velocity
Enter into the Velocity Measurement mode, using the P/V/F button. Select the unit of measurement by pressing the Down Button. Insert the white hose to the instrument's Input Port and th
e total pressure connection on the pilot tube. Now you can connect the black hose to the Ref Port on the meter and the static pressure connection on the pilot tube. For a great accuracy of air velocity measurements, zero out the meter before any tests. With the Input and Ref hoses open to ambient conditions, press and hold the Reed R3001's Hold/Zero button until the display states “0”. To take an air velocity measurement, face the pilot tube tip against the measured area. Ensure that the axis of the duct is aligned with the flow at ±10°. If the readings come out negative and “Error” appears on the display, check that the hoses are attached to the correct ports on the meter and the pilot tube.
Measuring Air Flow
For air flow measurements select this mode by pressing the P/V/F button until the corresponding symbol shown on the display.. If the selection of the desired measurement unit was successfully passed, the screen will display the duct size and shape. Hold the meter up to the desired measurement location & read the measurements on the display screen. Connect the white hose to the Input Port on the meter and the total pressure connection on the pilot tube. Connect the black hose to the Ref Port on the meter and the static pressure connection on the picot tube.To ensure accuracy, zero out the unit before taking a measurement. With the Input and Ref hoses open to ambient conditions, press and hold the Hold/Zero button until the display states “0”.
To take a measurement, face the pilot tube tip against the measured area. Ensure that the axis of the duct is aligned with the flow at ±10°. If the readings come out negative and “Error” appears on the display, check that the hoses are attached to the correct ports on the meter and the pilot tube.
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