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Airflow Balancing Anemometer for Smart Phones

Brand: AAB
Model No: ABM-100
Our Model No: ABM100
Condition: NEW
PDF Document Icon Data Sheet 283 KB
Sale $44.95

Product Features:

  • Compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPod, and all major Android devices
  • Measures airflow in:
    • Linear Feet Per Minute
    • Cubic Feet Per Minute
    • Cubic Meters Per Hour
    • Linear Meters Per Second
  • Accurate to the larger of +/- 0.5% of the reading or 0.1 m/s at up to 15° off-axis
  • Range is from 19 LFM (1 m/s) to 11,000 LFM (56 m/s)
  • Resolution is 0.1 m/s
  • Rugged and eco-friendly packaging that serves as a reusable storage case
  • Onscreen guidance reduces margin of error

The ABM-100 Airflow Balancing Meter is an anemometer that fits in your pocket. The ABM100 connects to smart devices and are specifically designed for the HVAC industry.

The AAB ABM-100 easily and instantly converts air speed into air volume for you. Then it records the data to a history log which can be emailed for professional looking reports.

Download the free app for iOS or Android and plug in your ABM-100 meter - it’s really that easy. Enter the grille or duct dimensions and then hold it up to a grille or duct opening. Your phone does the rest. By using a series of algorithms the ABM automatically calculates the airflow volume. No more memorizing formulas and using a calculator and notepad. The ABM-100 also provides the ability to automatically adjust the free space calculation if a grille is present. It also has gives the ability to add comments with each reading if desired.

The ABM-100 is designed to be better than any other handheld anemometer on the market. The ABM-100 was calibrated for extreme accuracy at the University of Florida’s Aerospace Engineering Department.

Operating Instructions

  1. From the main menu hit the button that says “Take a Reading”
  2. Then hit the “Start” button
  3. Choose rectangular or round duct and identify if a grille is in place
  4. Enter a room number or description of the area and the dimensions of the opening (if rectangular typically whole even numbers such as 6” x 4”)
  5. Hold the meter flat against the center of the grille or center of opening if no grille is present and hit “Start Test”
  6. Hold the meter steady for up to 30 seconds (you can stop the meter sooner, but there is a risk of reduced accuracy)
  7. Then you may identify the reading as supply or exhaust and add a comment about the location (both optional) and hit “Save” to record the test to the history log or “Delete” to retake the test

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