- 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.
- From the main menu hit the button that says “Take a Reading”
- Then hit the “Start” button
- Choose rectangular or round duct and identify if a grille is in place
- 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”)
- Hold the meter flat against the center of the grille or center of opening if no grille is present and hit “Start Test”
- Hold the meter steady for up to 30 seconds (you can stop the meter sooner, but there is a risk of reduced accuracy)
- 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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