• VANE ANEMOMETER 6810 SERIES
  • VANE ANEMOMETER 6810 SERIES
  • VANE ANEMOMETER 6810 SERIES
VANE ANEMOMETER 6810 SERIES
VANE ANEMOMETER 6810 SERIES
VANE ANEMOMETER 6810 SERIES

VANE ANEMOMETER 6810 SERIES

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  • Automatically calculates volume flow in CFM (cubic feet per minute) or CMH (cubic meters per hour)
  • Enter duct width, height, or diameter in either inches or centimeters
  • Duct dimensions are stored in memory on turn-off and do not need to be re-entered
  • Store up to 10 different commonly-used duct sizes for quick, convenient readings in the field
  • Rated from 50 to 7800 feet per minute
  • Industrial grade enclosure and probe
  • Large display with backlight
  • Easy to use keypad
  • Also displays airflow in feet per minute and meters per second
  • IP40 rated (IP65 with OPTIONAL Boot & Seal)
  • ±1% of READING accuracy (AP275)

  • High Accuracy: +/- 1.0 % of reading
  • 40 fpm of Air Velocity sensitivity
  • Temp. Measurements from -22 to 212F
  • Three output options available
    1. Analog voltage
    2. USB
    3. RS232
  • Includes NIST-traceable calibration certificate*
  • Rugged Metal Probe and Vane
  • This is a high quality instrument which provides accurate air velocity and volume flow measurements in the harshest environments
  • The user can easily enter the size of the duct opening and the 6812 automatically calculates the volume flow rate from the duct
  • The duct size is automatically stored in memory on turn-off and up to 10 unique duct sizes can be stored and recalled for frequent use
  • *NIST TRACEABLE CALIBRATIONS are performed at our facility in ANDOVER, NJ
  • HVAC Ventilation and Balancing
  • Laboratory Control
  • IAQ Investigation
  • Industrial Hygiene Quality Control
Air Velocity Range 1″ Probe: 300 to 6890 FPM (1.5 to 35 m/s)
2.75″ Probe: 50 to 7800 FPM (0.2 to 40 m/s)
Accuracy 1″Probe: ±0.5% of Full-scale + 0.75% of READING ±1 digit
2.75″Probe :±1.0% of READING ±1 digit
Resolution 1 FPM or 0.01 m/s
Temperature (6813 & 6815) Range APT (VANE TEMP): -4 to 212˚F (-20 to 100˚C)
HTP202 TEMP Probe: -4 to 176˚F (-20 to 80˚C)
Accuracy ± (0.3°C + 0.2% of READING in °C)
Resolution 0.1 ˚F or 0.1℃
Humidity (6815) Range 5.0 to 95.0 %RH
Accuracy ± 2.0 %RH
Resolution 0.1 %RH
General Specifications
Dimensions Instrument W 3.07 x D 1.32 x H 6.26 inches (78 x 34 x 160 mm)
Probe -4 to 212˚F (-20 to 100˚C)
Operating Temperature Instrument 32 to 125˚F (0 to 50˚C)
Warranty 1 year
What’s Included Operation Manual, Meter, Probe, two meterProbe Cable, Three Rigid Rods, one Flexible Rod, Batteries, Carrying Case, NIST TRACEABLE Calibration Certificate (6815 – TEMP/RH Humidity Probe and two meter cable)
6812 6813 6815
AP275(2.75″ Vane)
or
AP100(1.00″ Vane)
0 N/A 0
APT275 (2.75″ Vane)
or
APT100 (1.00″ Vane )
Temperature on Vane
N/A 0 N/A
Relative Humidity (RH)/
Temperature Probe
N/A N/A 0
Optional Outputs 6812 6813 6815
USB Communication option
(10216)
option
(10223)
RS232 Communication option
(10217)
option
(10224)
Analog 0 to 5 Volt output option
(10215)
option
(10222)
Analog & RS232 option
(10219)
option
(10224)
Analog & USB option
(10218)
option
(10225)
Accessories 6812 6813 6815
Protective Boot (10227) option option option
Cables (various lengths) See website for part numbers

Yes, all our instruments come with a calibration certificate.

Kanomax recommends annual calibration to ensure accuracy.

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.

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.

No, the temperature sensor is built into the velocity probe for the Model 6813.

No, When using the probe within the ranges specified in the manual, there is no measurable effect of the air temperature on air velocity. Technically it does, but it is so minor, that the velocity readings will not be affected at all. Temperature outside the ranges will more likely have an effect on the lubricant used in the bearings.

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