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Airflow Monitor Controller – Type A

VASAMC-A Airflow Monitor Controller – Type A

Types, advantages and features (Type A)

  • Easy to use and install
  • EN 14 – 175 compliant
  • Cost effective airflow monitor
  • Audible alarm and LED visual
  • Digital display of air velocity in meter per sec.
  • 3 push buttons: fan (on/off), light (on/off), and alarm mute
  • Factory precalibrated
  • High precision numerical airflow sensor
  • Sash high contact
  • Alarm relay, battery back up optional
  • Available in vertical or horizontal configuration
  • Choice of 3 colours (white, silver and grey)

 

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