Anemometer - Draught


Swema 03+
Art.nr: 767361 [Larger]
No cable included
Application example
Technical data
Measuring range:
Air velocity: 0.05- 3.00 m/s at 15...30°C
Temperature: 10...40°C
Barometer: 600... 1200 hPa

Measurement uncertainty:
at 20...25°C:
±0.03 m/s at 0.05...1.0 m/s
±3% read value at 1.0...3.0 m/s

at 15…30°C:
±0.04 m/s at 0.05...1.00 m/s
±4% read value at 1.00...3.00 m/s

Temperature: ±0.1°C

Barometer: ±3.5 hPa


Response time (90%): 0.2s

95% coverage probability in non condensing, non moist air, <80%RH, non aggressive gases

Communication: USB and RS485

Sampling frequency: Recommended 10Hz (up to 100Hz with USB possible on some PC-installations. For RS485 max 4 probes is recommended for up to 10Hz)


Included:
Traceable calibration certificate
• Omnidirectional air velocity
• 0.05...3m/s at 15...30°C
• Air temperature 10...40°C
• Barometer
• Response time < 0.2 second
• Sampling frequency: Max 100Hz
• USB and RS 485 connection


Omnidirectional anemometer for low air velocity with USB and RS485 output. Swema 03+ has an in-built barometer. The air velocity measured is therefore automatically compensated for actual air density.

Swema 03+ meets the requirement of ISO 7726 to be used for ISO 7730 - Ergonomics of the thermal environment:

1: The air velocity sensor must be direction independent and sensitive for low air velocity. In rooms the direction changes and the velocity is around 0.05...0.4 m/s.

2: The response time of sensor must be as short as possible.
The turbulence of air is an important component of air velocity in the draught rating formula. The room air velocity can change from 0.05 m/s to 0.4 m/s in very short time. It is important that the sensor follows these changes. ISO 7726 indicates that the desirable response time of an air velocity sensor should be below 0.2 second (90%). See technical data. Swema 03 achieves the desirable levels by using a fast microcontroller and a small sensing element. (Other larger sensors have greater inertia and therefore a longer response time).

The result is a draught sensor with especially good dynamic qualities for turbulence.

Swema 03 can be set up with multiple probes with the PC-program SwemaMultipoint or as one probe connection with SwemaTerminal 3. The software SwemaMultipoint can read values from Swema 03 at recommended 10 Hz with a selectable time constant set to 0.1 second.

Swema 03+ can also be used with other softwares with connection to USB or RS485.

History:
1995: Swema bought and improved a draught sensor concept originated from the Swedish Building Research Center. Probe name: SWA 01. Max velocity 1 m/s.

1997: Tested in EC (European Community, today European Union) project MAT1 CT93 0039

1999-2000: The design was improved in EC (European Community, today European Union) project SMT4-CT97-2172.
Turbulence sensivity improved. Air velocity range extended to 3 m/s. Probe name SWA 03.

2012 Electronics included in the probe with digital output. Name of this probe is Swema 03.

Swema 03 manual.pdf


ISO 7730 and Low air velocity.pdf (1MB)

SwemaMultipoint for PC

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