GrayWolf Sensing Solutions Introduces Probe for AdvancedSense

Originally published: 11.27.12 by

GrayWolf Sensing Solutions’ new RH-AS2 probe directly connects to the company’s AdvancedSense HVAC/OH/FM/IAQ meters via the lower left 7 pin socket.  

A small diameter (14 mm, 0.6 inch Ø, 40mm, 1.6 inch L) probe, the RH-AS2 may alternatively be connected to an ACC-RH-HDLA (100mm, 4 inch L) handle with 1m cable for hand-held use and easy insertion into ducts, the company said. Humidity range is 0 to 100%RH (non-condensing) with accuracy of +/-2%RH.

The RH-AS2 may be used in conjunction with other probes for parameters including Differential Pressure, Air Velocity, Volume Flow, Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, VOCs, Formaldehyde, Surface Temperature and many others, the company said. The AdvancedSense has a color touch-screen that enables powerful features such as audio, photo and text note attachment to data-logged files, on-board video help and more.

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