CLIMOMASTER ANEMOMETER 6501 SERIES

The most accurate hot-wire anemometer of its kind

  • Automatic atmospheric pressure compensation provides precise readings
  • Smart probe technology lets you change probes without re-calibrating the main unit
  • Choose the probe(s) which best suit your needs to create your system
    •                        (PROBES sold separately)
  • Research-grade accuracy for airflow measurement

Great for  Industrial Flow, Fume Hood Performance and HVAC  validation

  • Special platinum-coated sensor provides excellent stability and durability
  • Paired with the PROBE, the CLIMOMASTER delivers ±2% of reading accuracy

 

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Its sleek, ergonomic design with anti-slip grip comes standard with a highly visible backlit display making it the choice of Journeymen technicians in the field.

Stores up  to 20,000 data points which is easily downloaded to your  company computer for analysis via the USB interface.

The optional software allows the users to view real-time data graphically formated on their company computer

For your convenience the anemometer keeps track of its own calibration cycle and reminds you when it is due for calibration*.

The CLIMOMASTER 6501-CE  measures pressure and features an analog output.

When the direction of the airflow is known, choose a UNIdirectional probe.

When the direction of the airflow is unknown or turbulent, choose an OMNI-directional probe.

*Annual NIST TRACEABLE CALIBRATIONS are performed at our facility in Andover, NJ.

 PROBE PART # 6531-2G 6541-2G 6561-2G 6542-2G 6533-2G 6543-2G 6551-2G 6552-2G
Air Velocity Range (FPM) 2 to 6000 2 to 6000 2 to 9840 2 to 6000 2 to 1000 2 to 1000 2 to 6000 2 to 6000
Airflow Directivity UNI UNI UNI Omni Omni Omni Omni Omni
Probe Type Rod Rod Rod Needle Spherical Spherical Miniature Miniature
Air Velocity O O O O O O O O
Temperature O O O O O O
Relative Humidity O O
Measurement Specifications
Differential Pressure
Range -5 to 5 kPa
Resolution 0.01 kPa
Accuracy ±3% of READING or ±0.01 kPa whichever is greater
General Specifications
Analog Output DC 0 to 1 V
Interface USB / Printer
Datalogging Stores up to 20000 measurement data
Power Supply 6 × AA Batteries or AC Adapter (AC 100 to 240 V , 50/60 Hz)
Weight 0.9 lbs (400 g)
Operating Environment 41 to 104°F (5 to 40°C) with no condensation
Storage Environment 14 to 122°F (-10 to 50°C) with no condensation
Standards CE-mark
Warranty 2 year
What’s Included Meter, Operation manual, Carrying case, USB cable, AA batteries, 2m probe cable
6501-0E 6501-CE
Differential Pressure O
Analog Output O
USB Interface O O
Printer Interface O O
Measurement Specifications
Air Velocity
Range 2 to 9840 FPM (0.01 to 50 m/s)
Resolution 1 FPM (0.01 m/s)
Accuracy +/- 2% of READING or +/- 0.015 m/s (+/- 3 FPM) whichever is greater
Temperature
Range -4 to 158°F (-20 to 70°C)
Resolution 1°F (0.1°C)
Accuracy +/- 1°F (+/- 0.5 °C)
Relative Humidity
Range 2.0 to 98.0 %RH
Resolution 0.1%
Accuracy ±2.0% (at range of 2 to 80%)
±3.0% (at range of 80 to 98%)
General Specifications
Operaing Environment -4 to 158°F (-20 to 70°C) with no condensation
Storage Environment 14 to 122°F (-10 to 50°C) with no condensation
Standards CE-mark
Warranty 2 year
Standard Accessories Probe, NIST Certificate
6531-2G 6541-2G 6561-2G 6542-2G 6533-2G 6543-2G 6551-2G 6552-2G
Air Velocity Range (FPM) 2 to 6000 2 to 6000 2 to 9840 2 to 6000 2 to 1000 2 to 1000 2 to 6000 2 to 6000
Airflow Directivity UNI UNI UNI Omni Omni Omni Omni Omni
Probe Type Rod Rod Rod Needle Spherical Spherical Miniature Miniature
Air Velocity O O O O O O O O
Temperature O O O O O O
Relative Humidity O O
  • Anemometer Selection GuideDownload
  • Evolution of Hotwire ProbesDownload
  • The Relationship Between Air Velociy, Temperature and PressureDownload
  • Measuring Airflow in the CleanroomDownload

They measure the air speed by calculating how fast the probe sensor is being cooled by the airflow.

The principles behind all hot-wire anemometers may be the same, but the quality varies. Simply put, with our temperature compensation sensor, our Climomaster is the most accurate with an accuracy of +/- 2%. This is due to several factors:

1) We calibrate the temperature compensation sensor, as well as the velocity sensor. Other manufacturers only calibrate the velocity sensor.

2)We use special high-quality materials, like our platinum sensors, that increase accuracy.

3) Our manufacturing facility uses not 1, but 4 specialized wind tunnels to test and calibrate our anemometers. These wind tunnels include a low velocity tunnel, high tunnel velocity and a variable temperature wind tunnel.

4) We’ve been making anemometers for over 80 years. During that time we’ve perfected our knowledge and refined our manufacturing process to produce a research-grade instrument.

Yes, all our instruments come with a calibration certificate.

Kanomax recommends annual calibration to ensure accuracy.

You can measure clean air between -4 and 158°F (-20 to 70°C) in an environment with no visible condensation. (Please note: the temperature range given is for the probes)

No, these are thermal anemometers that generate heat when in operation; if you expose them to a flammable gas it could cause a fire or explosion. Corrosive or caustic gases, such a chlorine, will damage the sensor on contact. While it is possible to use the instrument in a non-flammable, non-caustic gases the instrument is not calibrated for these gases and it will not measure airflow accurately.

No. Unfortunately these options are built into the main unit and must be ordered with the unit. They cannot be added later.

Windows XP (32-bit only), Vista, & Windows 7. (Please Note: Anemomaster Professional comes with software. It is available as an option for the Climomaster.)

The unit ships in a hard carrying case and includes a probe connector cable, 6 x AA batteries, and a NIST traceable calibration certificate. Note: The main body does not come with a probe, but we do have combo part numbers available that include a probe.

The Climomaster probes use a smart technology that keeps the calibration data on a small chip inside each probe. This means you can swap out the probes freely in the field without needing to recalibrate either the probes or the main unit. You can also swap out the probe cable in the field if you need different lengths for different applications.

Give us a call! Our customer service team is happy to discuss your application and find a solution that works for you. We won’t sell you a product that doesn’t meet your needs.

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