List of Components
■ Standard
Items
MODEL
Main Body
Main Body with analog
output
Main Body with pressure
sensor
Main body with pressure
sensor and analog
output
6501-00
Qty
-
6501-A0
6501-B0
Functions
With analog output function
One of
these
With pressure measurement
function
With pressure measurement and
analog output functions
6501-C0
6531-06
1
Air velocity, air temperature,
humidity sensor (directivity)
Air velocity, air temperature
sensor (directivity)
Air velocity, air temperature
sensor (needle-type)
Air velocity, air temperature,
humidity sensor (spherical)
Air velocity, air temperature
sensor (spherical)
Air velocity sensor
(mini-spherical, straight type)
Air velocity sensor
(mini-spherical, articulating type)
Air velocity, air temperature
sensor (directivity)
To connect Probe to Main Body
USB Cable
-
1
USB Communication Cable
Carrying Case
-
1
Hard case
Operation Manual
-
1
-
Manganese AA Batteries
-
6
-
6531-21
6541-21
6542-21
6533-21
Probe
6543-21
One of
these
6551-21
6552-21
6561-21
Probe Cable
■ Available Accessories
Items
MODEL
Functions
Extension Rod (Flexible)
6531-04
For measurements in high places
Extension Rod (Straight)
6531-05
For measurements in high places
AC Adaptor
6113-02
Power Supply
Printer (Recommended)
DPU-S245
To print out data, calculation results, etc.
Printer Cable
Mobile ANEMOMASTER
Measurement Software
Hands-free Case
6000-31
To connect the Main Body to the Printer
6000-41
Data acquisition software
6000-61
For hands-free measurement
i
Important Safety Information
The symbols for the warnings used in this manual are defined below:
Classifications
Danger: To Prevent Serious Injury or Death
Warnings in this classification indicate a danger that may result in
serious injury or death if not observed.
Caution: To Prevent Damage to the Product
Warnings in this classification indicate a risk of damage to the
product that may void the product warranty if not observed.
Description of Symbols
△This symbol indicates a condition that requires caution
(including
danger). The subject of each caution is illustrated inside the triangle
(e.g. the high temperature caution symbol is shown on the left).
This symbol indicates a prohibition. Do not take the prohibited
action shown inside or near this symbol (e.g. the disassembly
prohibition symbol is shown on the left).
●This symbol indicates a mandatory action. A specific action is given
near the symbol.
ii
Danger
Never bring the probe close to a flammable gas atmosphere.
The heated sensor may cause a fire or explosion.
Forbidden
Never touch the sensor.
Don’t touch Hot surface
The sensor is heated during operation. Touching the heated sensor
may cause burns, and may also damage the sensor itself.
Do not disassemble or heat the batteries, or put them into a
fire.
Use properly Explosive
Caution
This may cause burns and the batteries may burst.
If abnormal noises, smells or smoke occur, or if liquid enters
the instrument, turn off the instrument immediately, and
remove the batteries or pull out the plug.
There is possibility of malfunction, electric shock, and/or fire. Please
contact your local distributor or our service center for repair.
Caution
Always unplug the instrument from the electrical outlet when
the instrument is not in use.
Failure to do so may cause an electrical shock, fire or circuit damage.
Use properly
Do not use the instrument in a water vapor atmosphere.
Forbidden
Condensed steam on the sensor will change the heat dissipation rate,
resulting in inaccurate measurements. It may also cause damage to
the sensor.
This instrument is designed to be used in an environment with
a clean air stream without any dust or foreign materials.
Forbidden
Foreign materials may cause damage to the sensor. Also dust or
foreign materials on the sensor will impede accurate measurements.
Do not apply force to the sensor.
Forbidden
If the sensor is deformed, the accuracy of the sensor may be
affected.
When measuring, ensure that the direction mark is facing into
the airflow.
Set up properly
Otherwise, the measurement may be inaccurate, as some sensors
(uni-directional probes) have a specific directivity.
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Forbidden
Do not use or leave the instrument in a high temperature,
high humidity or dusty environment. Do not leave this
instrument under direct sunlight for a prolonged period.
The instrument may not function properly out of the specified
operating conditions.
Do not subject the instrument or the probe to strong impacts.
Forbidden
Dropping the unit or placing heavy objects on it may cause damage
or malfunction to the instrument.
Never disassemble, modify or repair the product.
Do not remodel/
disassemble
Failure to observe the above may cause a short circuit and/or other
failures that will affect the performance.
Do not pick up or carry the instrument by the probe cable.
It may cause a malfunction or the wire may break.
Forbidden
Set up properly
Remove the batteries from the battery compartment when
storing the instrument for a long period. Do not leave
exhausted batteries in the battery compartment. When
inserting batteries be sure to insert them with the polarity
facing the correct direction.
Failure to do so may cause battery leakage.
Do not wipe the instrument with a volatile solvent.
Forbidden
The body may deform or deteriorate. Use a soft dry cloth to remove
stains. If stains persist, soak the cloth in a neutral detergent and
wipe the instrument with the soft cloth. Never use volatile solvents
such as thinner or benzene.
Discharge any built-up static electricity from your body before
touching the instrument.
Forbidden Electrified
ForbiddenUse properly
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The built-up static electricity may influence the readings and cause
damage to the circuit.
Regularly check the head of the probe for contamination.
Impurities (such as dust) on the sensor may affect the
accuracy of the measurements.
To get rid of dust, use a blow blush for cameras to blow it off, or you
can rinse it with water and allow it to air-dry completely.
*Be sure to turn the power off before you clean it.
*Never dry the probe with heat. (Heat may cause permanent damage
to the sensor.)
Do not move the main unit and the probe from a cold place to
a warm place quickly. It will cause condensation.
Forbidden
Even when used in an environment within the specified operating
temperature and humidity, a sudden temperature change may
cause condensation. Condensation generated on the sensor may
cause inaccurate measurements. Condensation on metal parts may
cause rusting and lead to a malfunction.
Do not touch the LCD screen with a sharp-pointed object or
with excessive pressure.
Forbidden
Use properly
It may cause distortion of the screen or a malfunction. Also a rapid
temperature change may cause a malfunction of the screen.
When storing the instrument, put the instrument in the
carrying case and keep it in a place with an ambient
temperature of -10 to 50°C and no condensation.
Do not dispose of the instrument as household waste.
Forbidden
Please note that the disposal of the instrument and the batteries
should be in line with your local or national legislation. For details,
please contact your local distributor.
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Table of Contents
§1
Part Names and Functions ....................................................................... 7
Main Body ............................................................................................................. 7
Touch Panel ........................................................................................................... 8
Probe .................................................................................................................... 9
Probe Cable ......................................................................................................... 10
§2
Getting Started ...................................................................................... 11
Installing Batteries ................................................................................................
Connecting the Probe and the Probe Cable ..............................................................
Disconnecting the Probe/Probe Cable ......................................................................
Turning ON/OFF the Power ....................................................................................
Precautions for Measurements ...............................................................................
Duct Shape / Size Input ........................................................................................
§3
§4
§5
11
12
12
13
14
16
Normal Measurement
NORMAL MODE ............................................... 18
Measuring Max, Min, and Mean: CALCULATION Mode ............................. 22
Measurement of Air Flow FLOW RATE Mode ......................................... 25
SINGLE FLOW RATE Mode ..................................................................................... 25
MULTI FLOW RATE Mode ....................................................................................... 29
§6
§7
Store and Recall Measured Data ............................................................. 31
Print Out ............................................................................................... 34
Preparation for Printing .........................................................................................
Print Out in NORMAL Mode ....................................................................................
Print Out in CALCULATION Mode and FLOW RATE Mode ............................................
Print Out Stored Data(Single Page) ......................................................................
Print Out Stored Data(Plural Pages) .....................................................................
§8
34
34
35
36
38
Digital Output ........................................................................................ 39
Preparation .......................................................................................................... 39
To Access the CLIMOMASTER from Your PC ............................................................. 39
§9
§ 10
Analog Output ....................................................................................... 43
Other Settings ....................................................................................... 45
Date....................................................................................................................
Units and Baud Rate ...........................................................................................
Settings for LCD Backlight ..................................................................................
To Delete Data .....................................................................................................
To Delete All the Data ...........................................................................................
Contrast Adjustment .............................................................................................
§ 11
§ 12
§ 13
45
46
47
48
49
50
How to Clean a Probe ............................................................................ 51
Specification .......................................................................................... 52
Principle of Measurement ...................................................................... 53
Principle of Hot-wire Anemometer .......................................................................... 53
What are Discomfort Index (DI) and Dew Point Temperature (DT)? ............................ 55
About Compensation ............................................................................................. 56
§ 14
§ 15
§ 16
Probe Directivity (Air Velocity) ............................................................... 57
Trouble Shooting .................................................................................. 59
Warranty and After Service .................................................................... 61
Kanomax Limited Warranty .................................................................................... 61
§ 17
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Contact Information .............................................................................. 62
§1
Part Names and Functions
Main Body
Pressure Port
■ Pressure port is only
available on
MODEL6501-B0/-C0.
Probe
Socket
■ Analog output is only
available on
MODEL6501-A0/-C0.
Analog Output
Terminal
LCD Display
Serial
Communication
Terminal
DC Input
Terminal
Power Switch
Touch Panel
Battery
Compartment
7
Touch Panel
MENU Key
Enters the Main Menu to select a function.
*Press the MENU Key to CANCEL out of the current measurement or
settings and return to the Main Menu.
MENUaa1.NORMAL …………………… Normal Measurement Mode
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE …………… To input duct shape and size
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION ……… Calculation Mode
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE …………… To measure flow rate
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT ……… To output stored data
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR ………… To delete stored data
aaaaaa7.UTILITY ………………… To set the date, time and units
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO…… Zero point adjustment
■ Zero point adjustment is only available on
MODEL6501-B0/-C0.
START/HOLD Key
This key will start and stop the calculation and/or measurement. It
also functions as a hold key during measurements.
▲ ▼ Navigation Keys
1. In Normal Mode, this key allows you to select
the time constant (1, 5, or 10 sec)
(TC1→TC5→TC10)
TC1: Displays the instantaneous value
at every 1 second
TC5: Displays the moving average for 5 sec
TC10: Displays the moving average for 10 sec
2. In the Main Menu, press these keys to scroll in
the desired direction
Air Flow
Air Temp.
Humidity
MODE Key
You can select the measurement
mode
Air Velocity
Air Temp. *1
Humidity *2
Pressure *3
*1 Air temperature is only available on
MODEL6531/6541/6542/6543/6533/6561.
*2 Humidity is only available on MODEL6531/6533.
*3 Pressure is only available on MODEL6501-B0/6501-C0
SET Key
Press the key to execute the selected item.
8
Part Names and Functions
Probe
There are 8 different types of probes available for CLIMOMASTER.
The model number and specifications depends on the type of the
probe you have. The compatibility feature of the probes allows you
to swap out probes freely without having to recalibrate the main
unit.
MODEL6542-21
*Unit: mm
1
○
6
○
2 ○
3
○
MODEL6531-21/6541-21/6561-21
1
5 ○
○
2
○
MODEL6543-21
1
○
6
○
3
○
4 *
○
*Model6531 only
6
○
2○
3
○
MODEL6533-21
1
○
2
○
6
○
4
○
3
○
MODEL6551-21
6
○
1
2
○
○
7
○
MODEL6552-21
6
○
2
○
7
○
1 Air Velocity Sensor
○
1
○
2 Temp. Compensation Sensor
○
3 Temperature Sensor
○
4 Humidity Sensor
○
5 Wind Direction Mark
○
6 Probe Number
○
7 Φ2 Shielded Cable
○
9
Probe Cable
The probe can be extended by using a probe cable between the main
unit and the probe.
Probe Connector
Approx.43
Approx. Φ14
Approx. Φ15
Main Body Connector
Approx.43
Approx.2000
*Unit: mm
Extension Rod (Optional)
Straight
Approx.130
Approx.Φ16
Approx.Φ23
Approx.Φ15
Cable length: Approx.2000 including the rod
Approx.50
Approx.230 to 870
*Unit: mm
Approx.Φ16
Approx.Φ23
Cable length: Approx.2000 including the rod
Approx.Φ15
Flexible
Approx.50
Approx.130
Approx.330 to 960
*Unit: mm
Do not use the Flexible Extension Rod in an environment with an air
velocity of 20 m/s or greater; use the Straight Extension Rod for
these higher velocities.
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Part Names and Functions
§2
Getting Started
Installing Batteries
Backside of the body
1. Press down on the battery cover.
2. Slide the cover until it stops.
3. Lift the cover away from the body.
4. Insert the batteries according to the
indicated polarity chart. This
instrument requires six (6) AA size
batteries that must be of the same
type. DO NOT mix different types of
batteries. Failure to observe this may
cause battery leakage or damage the
instrument.
*Batteries CANNOT be recharged by
the AC adapter.
Types of batteries that can be used are:




Manganese AA size batteries
Alkaline AA size batteries
Ni-Cd AA size batteries
Ni-MH AA size batteries
5. Put the cover back on by reversing
the above procedure.
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Connecting the Probe and the Probe Cable
This section describes how to connect the probe or the probe cable
to the main unit.
Make sure that the power is turned OFF when connecting or
disconnecting the probe or the probe cable.
Probe
Probe No.
Number
1. Align the connector of the probe or
the probe cable with the probe
terminal on the body.
*When connecting the probe, make sure
the probe number faces towards the front
side of the main unit.
2. Line up the connector of the probe
and the terminal of the body and
gently push until it clicks.
*DO NOT FORCE in the probe/probe cable
connector to the main body and DO NOT
ROTATE the probe/probe cable once it is
connected. Doing so may cause serious
damage to the instrument.
Probe Terminal to connect
the Probe/Probe Cable
Disconnecting the Probe/Probe Cable
To remove the probe, follow the procedure below:
Make sure that the power is turned OFF when connecting or
disconnecting the probe or the probe cable.
A
1. Lightly lift the locking ring of the
probe/probe cable (A, as shown left).
2. Pull the probe/probe cable out
vertically while holding the lock ring
up.
*DO NOT rotate the connector of the
probe/probe cable when it is connected to
the main body. Doing so may cause serious
damage to the instrument.
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Getting Started
Turning ON/OFF the Power
The power switch to turn the power ON/OFF is located at the side of
the instrument. When you turn the power on after connecting the
probe/probe cable, a test screen with the Kanomax logo, model, and
the version of the firmware will be displayed for a few seconds
before it switches to the Normal Mode screen.
|:
O:
Power Switch
Connect the probe/probe
cable to the instrument
Power ON
Power OFF
NO PROBE!
Power ON
Probe is not
connected
properly
CONNECT PROBE
aaaaCLIMOMASTER
aaaaVersiona4.00
AND RESTART!
aa*aNowaLoadinga!a*
When the probe is not connected
properly, the “NO PROBE!” warning will
be displayed as shown above. Turn the
power off, and check the connection of
the probe.
A year after the last calibration, a notice to
perform the annual calibration will be displayed
on the screen. The screen will switch to normal
measurement mode 10 seconds later or after any
key is pressed.
A year after
calibration
Annual Calibration
Remainder
Normal
Flow
ooCalibrationoDue
ooooooLastoDone
Ooooo2010/02/23
o<PushoANYoKey:Start>
Last calibration
date
Press any key or
10 sec later…
Normal Mode Screen (refer to P.18 for details)
1. Current date and time
4. Air temperature*1
2. Time constant (P.20)
5. Humidity*2
3. Air velocity
6. Battery level indicator
1.
2.
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3.
4.
*1Air temperature is available only on MODEL6531/6541/6542/6543/6533/6561.
*2Humidity is available only on MODEL6531/6533.
Battery Level Indicator
Check the “Battery Level Indicator” to
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confirm the remaining battery level. The
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0.87f battery consumption rate largely depends
25.3e on the measured air velocity. When the
64.1g batteries need to be replaced (or
recharged), the indicator will start blinking.
The screen may freeze if a high velocity is measured when the battery
level indicator is blinking.
The indicator changes as indicated below according to the remaining
battery level:
-
Locked Status When
is displayed, all functions of the
instrument will be locked. The current measurement
Blinks
Batteries must
be replaced.
will be cancelled and data will NOT be saved. To release
the lock, turn off the power and replace the batteries.
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Precautions for Measurements
Air Velocity
●MODEL6531/6541/6561: The probe has its own
directivity characteristics. Make sure that the
direction mark is facing into the airflow. If you
are not sure of the airflow direction, slowly rotate
the probe and select the point where you get the
maximum velocity reading.
Direction Mark
Airflow
●MODEL6533/6542/6543/6551/6552: This omnidirectional
probe has a horizontal, 360 degree dynamic characteristic
(Refer to “Directivity of the Probe” on P.57 for details).
●The probe relies on both an air velocity sensor and temperature
compensation sensor to accurately measure air velocity. In order
to do so, it is necessary that both sensors are evenly exposed to the
airflow under the same temperature conditions (Refer to the figures
of the probes on P.9 for the location of the sensors).
●For measurements in an environment with rapid air temperature
changes, measure for at least 20 seconds and wait for the reading to
stabilize before starting the actual measurement (i.e. the data will
not be accurate until the probe has time to acclimate to the
environment.)
Air Temperature
●The faster the wind, the shorter the response time for temperature
measurements. The normal response time is approximately 30
seconds when the air velocity is 1 m/s (90% response). Wait for the
reading to become stable before taking a measurement.
●When no airflow is present, the air temperature reading may be
higher than the actual temperature due to the heat generated by the
air velocity sensor. It is recommended that you SLOWLY wave the
probe to create an environment with approx. 0.1m/s airflow to
obtain accurate temperature readings.
Humidity
*For more
information on proper
handling of the
ASSMAN
Psychrometer, please
refer to Japanese
Industrial Standard
(JIS-Z8806 “Method
of measuring
Humidity), or its
counterpart standards
that apply.
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●Humidity readings in an atmosphere with extremely high humidity
or rapid temperature changes may be higher than the actual
humidity due to condensation generated on the surface of the sensor.
If this occurs, allow the probe to dry in an atmosphere with 40%RH
humidity or less for 24 hours.
―― Comparing with ASSMANN Psychrometer ――
The humidity measurement function of CLIMOMASTER is strictly
calibrated, traceable to Japanese National Standards carried by JEMIC
(Japan Electric Meters Inspection Corporation), and it assures you highly
accurate performance.
The electronic hygrometer, used in CLIMOMASTER, is known to be more
stable and has a shorter response time compared to conventional
ASSMAN Psychrometers. Also, the electronic hygrometer is not dependent
upon the measurement conditions, while an ASSMANN Psychrometer can
easily be influenced by many factors such as dust, condensation and the
way the gauze is wrapped.
Getting Started
Pressure
■ Pressure sensor is
only available on
MODEL6501-B0/-C0.
●Do not expose the pressure sensor to more than 75kPa of pressure.
Excess pressure may cause serious damage to the sensor.
●The operating temperature must be between 5oC and 40oC or 41oF
and 104oF when measuring pressure. The instrument may not
operate properly outside of this temperature range.
●Make sure to perform a zero adjustment before measuring
pressure. When performing a zero adjustment, leave both pressure
ports (+) and (-) open.
●The zero adjustment range is – 0.5 to 0.5 kPa. If the reading is out
of this range, an error message will be displayed.
■Zero Adjustment Procedure
MENUaa1.NORMAL
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR
aaaaaa7.UTILITY
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO
Press
to enter the Main Menu.
Use
to select “8. PRESSURE ZERO”
and press
.
aaaaPRESSUREaZERO
1.ZEROaADJUSTaaaYES
-0.00h
Use
to select “1. ZERO ADJUST”
and press
.
2.SAVEaINFO
aaaaPRESSUREaZERO
1.ZEROaADJUSTaaaYES
00.00h
2.SAVEaINFO
aaaaPRESSUREaZERO
1.ZEROaADJUSTaaaYES
00.00h
2.SAVEaINFO
If you press
Use
Press
to select “YES”.
to display 0.00 kPa.
Use
Press
to select “2. SAVE INFO”.
. This will complete the zero
adjustment and you are back in Main
Menu.
before you save, you will go back to the Main Menu
without completing the zero adjustment.
■ Connecting the Pressure Tube
*In order to take
an accurate
measurement,
make sure that the
tube is properly
secured without
any leakage, or
bends.
Connect the pressure tube to the (+) or (-)
port as you see on the left.
Connect/insert the other end of the tube to the
measuring hole of the duct. If the pressure
that you are going to measure is positive,
connect the tube to (+) port. If it is negative,
connect the tube to (-) port.
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Duct Shape / Size Input
Before measuring the volumetric flow rate, the duct shape and size
settings must be entered. Up to 25 different duct types can be
registered in this instrument.
Select a duct type from the registered duct types to measure the air
flow rate.
MENUaa1.NORMAL
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR
aaaaaa7.UTILITY
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO
Press
to enter the Main Menu.
Use
to select ”2. DUCT TYPE”.
Press
.
<To Set Duct ENTRY No.>
You can choose a memory address from 1 to 25 to store the duct
data in.
aaaaaaaDUCTaTYPE
1.ENTRYaNo.aaaaaaaa1
2.SHAPEaaaaRECTANGLE
3.WaSIZEaaaaaaaaaaa4.HaSIZEaaaaaaaaaaa5.UNIT(mm/inch)aaamm
6.SAVEaINFO
Use
to select “1. ENTRY No.”
and press
.
Use
press
to select ENTRY No. and
.
<To Set Duct SHAPE (RECTANGLE/CIRCLE)>
Use
to select “2. SHAPE” and press
Use
to select “RECTANGLE” or “CIRCLE” and press
aaaaaaaDUCTaTYPE
aaaaaaaDUCTaTYPE
1.ENTRYaNo.aaaaaaaa1
2.SHAPEaaaaRECTANGLE
3.WaSIZEaaaaaaaaaaa4.HaSIZEaaaaaaaaaaa5.UNIT(mm/inch)aaamm
6.SAVEaINFO
1.ENTRYaNo.aaaaaaaa1
2.SHAPEaaaaCIRCLE
3.DIAMETERaaaaaaa300
4.UNIT(mm/inch)aaamm
Rectangular Duct
16
.
Getting Started
6.SAVEaINFO
Circular Duct
.
<To Set Duct Size>
Registering a Rectangular Duct
aaaaaaaDUCTaTYPE
to select “3. WIDTH” and
Use
1.ENTRYaNo.aaaaaaaa1
2.SHAPEaaaaRECTANGLE
3.WIDTHoooooooooo800
4.HEIGHTooooooooo500
5.UNIT(mm/inch)aaamm
6.SAVEaINFO
press
.
Use
width and press
to enter the
.
to select “4. HEIGHT” and
Use
press
. Use
height and press
to enter the
.
The maximum is 9999mm or 999.9 inch.
Registering a Circular Duct
aaaaaaaDUCTaTYPE
Use
1.ENTRYaNo.aaaaaaaa1
2.SHAPEaaaaCIRCLE
3.DIAMETERaaaaaaa300
4.UNIT(mm/inch)aaamm
to select “3. DIAMETER”
and press
. Use
to enter
the diameter of the duct and press
6.SAVEaINFO
.
The maximum is 9999mm or 999.9inch.
<To Set Units (mm/inch)>
aaaaaaaDUCTaTYPE
1.ENTRYaNo.aaaaaaaa1
2.SHAPEaaaaRECTANGLE
3.WaSIZEaaaaaaaaa800
4.HaSIZEaaaaaaaaa500
5.UNIT(mm/inch)aaamm
6.SAVEaINFO
Use
to select “5. UNIT(mm/inch)”
and press
.
*For a circular duct, select
“4. UNIT (mm/inch)”.
Use
to select mm or inch and
press
.
<To Save the Setting>
aaaaaaaDUCTaTYPE
1.ENTRYaNo.aaaaaaaa1
2.SHAPEaaaaRECTANGLE
3.WaSIZEaaaaaaaaa800
4.HaSIZEaaaaaaaaa500
5.UNIT(mm/inch)aaamm
6.SAVEaINFO
If you press
Use
press
to select “6. SAVE INFO” and
.
This will complete the Duct Shape/Size
Input and you are back in Main Menu.
before you save, you will go back to the Main
Menu without completing the Duct Shape/Size Input.
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§3
Normal Measurement
NORMAL MODE
This is the mode that you will be in, when you first turn on the
instrument. In this mode you cannot save any data. The display is
updated every 1 second.
To move to NORMAL Mode from
another measuring mode, press
.
Select “1. NORMAL” and press
.
MENUaa1.NORMAL
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR
aaaaaa7.UTILITY
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO
Selecting the Measuring Parameters
The measurement parameters can be selected in Normal Mode as
described below.
<Air Velocity Measurement Screen>
■ Humidity is only
available on
MODEL6531/6533.
■ Air temperature is
only available on
MODEL6531/6541
/6542/6533/6543/
6561
■ Pressure is only
available on
MODEL6501-B0
/-C0.
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While in Normal Mode as shown left,
the measured item can be changed by
pressing
. The item changes in the
following sequence: Pressure→Air
Rate→Air Velocity
<Pressure Measurement Screen>
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Pressure measurement is a feature for
MODEL 6501-B0/6501-C0.
This screen is displayed on MODEL
6501-B0/-C0, which has a built-in
pressure sensor.
<Flow Rate Measurement Screen>
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24.9e
63.7g
TCC1
DCCC3
C1050
displayed at the lower left of the
screen.
To select the duct type, use
while pressing
Duct type
.
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If you have not selected a duct type or your selected
------a
24.9e
63.7g
duct type (number) is not available, the instrument will
TCC1
DCC15
WCCCHCCC-
18
The selected duct type will be
Normal Measurement
not give you the flow rate reading. Make sure the duct
type is properly registered and selected. See “Getting
Started Duct Shape/Size Input” on P.16 for details.
NORMAL MODE
Hold the Reading
■ Humidity is only
available on
MODEL6531/6533.
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TCC1
■ Air temperature is
only available on
MODEL6531/6541
/6542/6533/6543/
6561.
0.87f
25.3e
64.1g
'12/04/12a15:40:23 ~
TCC1
HOLD
0.87f
25.3e
64.1g
While measuring (in NORMAL Mode),
press the
key to hold the current
reading. This is applicable in both the
flow rate and pressure measurement
screens as well.
The ”HOLD” indicator appears on the
display to indicate that the reading
shown is held.
Press
again to release.
Hold the Maximum Value
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TCC1
■ Pressure is only
available on
MODEL6501-B0/-C0.
0.87f
25.3e
64.1g
While measuring (NORMAL Mode),
press and hold
The “HOLD” indicator appears on the
display. As long as you keep pressing
down the
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TCC1
HOLD
0.87f
25.3e
64.1g
.
button you can hold the
maximum value of each parameter (air
velocity, air temperature, humidity and
pressure).
When you release
, the reading
shown will be frozen. Press
again
to release.
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Setting the Time Constant
■ Humidity is only
available on
MODEL6531/6533.
■ Air temperature is
only available on
MODEL6531/6541
/6542/6533/6543/
6561.
■ Pressure is only
available on
MODEL6501-B0/-C0.
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TCC1
0.87f
25.3e
64.1g
In NORMAL Mode, you can change the
Time Constant (TC) by pressing
.
Time Constant
You can select the Time Constant from 1, 5 or 10seconds.
TC1: Displays the instantaneous value at every 1 second
TC5: Displays moving average for 5 seconds
TC10: Displays moving average for 10 seconds
*The Time Constant is only effective in Normal Mode. When you first turn
on the instrument, it is effective only for the AIR VELOCITY and the AIR
FLOW measurements in Normal Mode. If you need to apply the time
constant to the AIR TEMPERATURE, HUMIDITY and PRESSURE
measurements in Normal Mode, refer to the next section “Changing
Time Constant Application”.
*** What is Time Constant? ***
Time Constant determines the time span of the moving average. When you set the Time
Constant to a larger (longer) value, the readings will become stable. When you select a smaller
(shorter) value, the readings will become more responsive and sensitive to changes in air
velocity. This function is not available in Calculation or Flow Rate Mode.
MODE
How To Take In Measured Data
EXPLANATION
sec. (Measuring Time)
TC1
Data for 1 sec
Displays the
instantaneous value at
every 1 sec.
sec. (Measuring Time)
TC5
Average of 5 sec
Updates every second.
The value displayed is
the average of the past 5
seconds.
sec. (Measuring Time)
TC10
20
Normal Measurement
Average of 10 sec
NORMAL MODE
Updates every second.
The value displayed is
the average of the past
10 seconds.
Changing the Time Constant Application
■ Pressure is only
available on
MODEL6501-B0
/-C0.
When you first turn on the instrument, the Time Constant is only
effective for AIR VELOCITY and AIR FLOW in Normal Mode. If you
want to make it effective for AIR TEMPERATURE, HUMIDITY and
PRESSURE, the following change must be made.
MENUaa1.NORMAL
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR
aaaaaa7.UTILITY
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO
to enter the Main Menu.
Use
and select “7. UTILITY”.
Press
.
Use
aaaaaaaUTILITY
oooooooUTILITY
and select
“4. TC(T.H.P)
1.TIME
AJUST
1.TIMEoADJUST
2.UNIT
SELECT
2.UNIToSELECT
3.ANALOG
OUTPUT
3.ANALOGoOUTPUT
4.TC(T.H.P)
SET
4.TC(T.H.P)oSET
5.BACKLIGHToON/OFF
SET”. Press
.
*If your instrument does not have the
optional pressure sensor, the screen will
display “4. TC(T.H)”.
Select “1. TC(T.H.P) SET” and press
TC(T.H.P) SET
1.TC(T.H.P) SET
Press
. Use
YES
Press
2.SAVE INFO
to select YES or NO.
.
YES: The time constant is effective for
all parameters in Normal Mode.
NO: The time constant is only effective
for the AIR VELOCITY and FLOW RATE.
<Save the Settings>
Use
TC(T.H.P) SET
1.TC(T.H.P) SET
2.SAVE INFO
If you press
NO
Press
to select “2. SAVE INFO”.
to save the new settings
and go back to Main Menu.
before saving the settings you will return back to
the Main Menu and any setting changes you made will not be saved.
*P indicates Pressure (MODEL6501-B0/-C0).
*T indicates Air Temperature (MODEL6531/6541/6542/6533/6543/6561).
*H indicates Humidity (MODEL6531/6533).
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§4
Measuring Max, Min, and Mean: CALCULATION Mode
CALCULATION Mode will automatically calculate the maximum,
minimum and mean of the measured data.
The 1st trial
TRIAL(1)
The 2nd trial
TRIAL(2)
The Nth trial
……………
TRIAL(N)
Sampling Time
Measuring Time……Sampling Time x N (Number of Trial)
MENUaa1.NORMAL
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR
aaaaaa7.UTILITY
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO
Press
to enter the Main Menu. Use
to select “3. CALCULATION”
and press
.
CALCULATION Mode Display Icons
1. CALCULATION Mode
AVERAGE: Takes a measurement
every second and then displays the
average for the set sampling time.
INSTANT: Takes a single
measurement at the end of the
sampling time.
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Total Memory
Remaining Memory
Available
CALCULATE R20000/20000
1.MODE11111111AVERAGE
2.SAMPLING(TIME)0012s
3.SAMPLING(n)110050
4.DATA2STORAGE2?22YES
5.SET2TO2START
2.
SAMPLING TIME (1 to 999 sec)
To set the length of the sampling time.
3.
No. TRIAL (N) (1 to 9999 times)
To set the number of samples (trials) needed. Each trial will be
for the duration specified in sampling time.
4.
DATA STORAGE (YES or NO)
5.
SET TO START
Save the settings and return to standby.
Measuring Max, Min, and Mean: CALCULATION Mode
<Setting the CALCULATION MODE>
CALCULATE R20000/20000
Select “1. MODE“ and press
1.MODE11111111AVERAGE
2.SAMPLING(TIME)0012s
3.SAMPLING(n)110050
4.DATA2STORAGE2?22YES
5.SET2TO2START
Use
.
to select AVERAGE or
INSTANT and press
.
<Setting the SAMPLING TIME>
CALCULATE R20000/20000
1.MODE11111111AVERAGE
2.SAMPLING(TIME)0012s
3.SAMPLING(n)110050
4.DATA2STORAGE2?22YES
5.SET2TO2START
Use
to select
“2. SAMPLING (TIME)” and press
Use
.
to select SAMPLING TIME
(1 to 999 sec) and press
.
<Setting the No. TRIAL (N)>
CALCULATE R20000/20000
1.MODE11111111AVERAGE
2.SAMPLING(TIME)0012s
3.SAMPLING(n)110050
4.DATA2STORAGE2?22YES
5.SET2TO2START
Use
to select “3. SAMPLING(n)”
and press
.
Use
to select No. TRIAL
(1 to 9999 times) and press
.
Data obtained by the number of trials
set here will be stored.
<DATA STORAGE>
CALCULATE R20000/20000
1.MODE11111111AVERAGE
2.SAMPLING(TIME)0012s
3.SAMPLING(n)110050
4.DATA2STORAGE2?22YES
5.SET2TO2START
Use
to select
“4. DATA STORAGE?” and press
Use
press
.
to select YES or NO and
.
There must be sufficient memory to store the calculation data. If the
measured data would exceed the available number of empty data
locations, Climomaster will automatically adjust the number of trials to
match the amount of free remaining memory locations. (Ex.: if there is
R0020/20000 remaining, you can only measure 20 times even if you
set the No. TRIAL to more than 20.
<Save the Settings>
CALCULATE R20000/20000
Use
to select
1.MODE11111111AVERAGE
2.SAMPLING(TIME)0012s
3.SAMPLING(n)110050
4.DATA2STORAGE2?22YES
5.SET2TO2START
“5. SET TO START” and press
.
(In the example shown at the left, the
instrument
will
measurements
perform
of
one
fifty
(1)
(50)
second
intervals.)
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<READY>
■ Humidity is only
available on
MODEL6531/6533.
■ Air temperature is
only available on
MODEL6531/6541
/6542/6533/6543/
6561.
■ Pressure is only
available on
MODEL6501-B0
/-C0.
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RDY.
N2221
/2250
0.87f
25.3e
64.1g
The instrument is ready for measuring.
Press
to change the applied
parameters. (Air Velocity, Air Temp,
Humidity – Flow Rate, Air Temp,
Humidity – Pressure)
Press
to start.
<While Measuring>
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SMP .
N2223
/2250
2.11f
25.3e
64.2g
Press
to stop.
If you have selected “YES” for “4. DATA
STORAGE?”, the measured data will be
stored.
Pressing
will also stop the
measurement but the data will not be
saved.
<RESULT>
2222CALCULATION
MAX
AVG
MIN
2.76f
1.43f
0.81f
After all the trials are finished, the
calculated results will be displayed.
Press
to check each parameter
in the following sequence: Air Velocity
(or Air Flow)  Air Temp.  Humidity 
Dew Point Temperature (DT),
Discomfort Index (DI).
*If you measured Pressure, only Pressure will be displayed.
Press
to return to the setup menu of the CALCULATION Mode.
Press
to return to the Main Menu. If YES is selected for “DATA
STORAGE”, the results will be stored.
Related Functions:
■
If a printer is connected, press
to print out the results.
■ To recall stored data → P. 31
■ Print out → P.34
■ What is Dew Point Temperature (DT) and Discomfort Index (DI)?
→P.55
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Measuring Max, Min, and Mean: CALCULATION Mode
§5
Measurement of Air Flow
FLOW RATE Mode
CLIMOMASTER features an accurate Flow Rate Mode which
corresponds to the industry measurement standards such as
ASHRAE.
SINGLE FLOW RATE Mode
This mode is useful for performing a measurement of the airflow of
duct (i.e. a duct traverse). Following the steps listed below, you
can program Climomaster with the following parameters:



Sampling Time: The instrument will take a sample at the end
of this entered sampling time. Example: if you setup a
sampling time of 10 seconds, Climomaster will wait 10
seconds and then take a measurement. If you are taking
multiple samples, it will wait 10 seconds between each one
before taking the next sample.
Number of Trials: this is the number of samples you wish to
collect from a single point in the traverse.
Number of Points: this is the total number of points in the
traverse.
In single mode, the average, maximum and minimum values from
all points will be calculated. The instrument will record the average
from each point as well as providing a final average of all the points
in the traverse.
Value at point 1
POINT(1)
TRIAL(1) (2) (3) ……(N)
Value at point 2
POINT(2)
………………
TRIAL(1) (2) (3) ……(N)
Value at point M
POINT(M)
TRIAL(1) (2) (3) ……(N)
Time needed to measure a point…Sampling Time X N (Number of Trial)
The value of each point is
recorded as the average of
TRIAL(1) to TRIAL(N). This value
(for each individual point) is stored
in the memory.
POINT(1): avg(1)=ΣTRIAL(N)/N
POINT(2): avg(2)=ΣTRIAL(N)/N
・・・
POINT(M): avg(M)=ΣTRIAL(N)/N
<Result>
 Average (AVG):
AVG=(avg(1)+ avg(2)+ ・・・・+avg(M))/M
 Maximum (MAX): MAX= Maximum value from avg(1) to avg(M).
 Minimum (MIN): MIN= Minimum value from avg(1) to avg(M).
To take an accurate measurement of the airflow of duct, you need to figure
out the average velocity of air inside the duct and the area of the cross
section of the duct.
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Air Flow: Air Volume per Time Unit [m3/min, m3/h, ft3/min, ft3/h]
Air Flow (Q) = Average Air Velocity (U) x Cross Sectional Area (A)
Measurement
Point
r1 r2
r3
R
r4
r5
Rectangular Duct
r1=0.316R
r2=0.548R
r3=0.707R
r4=0.837R
r5=0.949R
Circular Duct
MENUaa1.NORMAL
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR
aaaaaa7.UTILITY
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO
SAMPLING MODE
1.SINGLEoFLOWoRATE
2.MULTIoFLOWoRATE
Press
to enter the Main Menu.
Use
to select
“4. FLOW RATE” and press
Use
.
to select
“1. SINGLE FLOW RATE” and press
.
<Setting the SAMPLING TIME>
SINGLE
(R20000/20000
1.SAMPLING(TIME)001os
2.SAMPLING(n)110050
3.MEAS.2POINT220010
4.DATA2STORAGE2?22YES
5.DUCT2ENTRY2NO.2221
6.SET2TO2START
Use
to select
“1. SAMPLING(TIME)” and press
Use
to select SAMPLING TIME
(1 to 999) and press
.
SINGLE FLOW RATE Mode Display Icons
1. SAMPLING TIME (1 to 999 sec)
To set the interval time between each
sampling. (INSTANT)
2. No. TRIAL (N) (1 to 9999 times)
To set the number of trials (data) to be
sampled at each point.
3. MEAS. POINT (1 to 2000 points)
To set the number of measuring points.
Total Memory
Remaining Memory
Available
SINGLE
(R20000/20000
1.SAMPLING(TIME)001os
2.SAMPLING(n)110050
3.MEAS.2POINT220010
4.DATA2STORAGE2?22YES
5.DUCT2ENTRY2NO.2221
6.SET2TO2START
4. DATA STORAGE (YES or NO)
5. DUCT ENTRY NO.
Select the duct entry number of the duct that is to be measured.
Registration and changes to the duct information can also be made.
6. SET TO START
Save the settings and return to standby.
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Measurement of Air Flow
FLOW RATE Mode
.
<Setting the No. TRIAL>
SINGLE
(R20000/20000
1.SAMPLING(TIME)001os
2.SAMPLING(n)110050
3.MEAS.2POINT220010
4.DATA2STORAGE2?22YES
5.DUCT2ENTRY2NO.2221
6.SET2TO2START
Use
to select
“2. SAMPLING(n)”and press
Use
.
to select No. TRIAL (1 to
9999) and press
.
<Setting MEAS. POINT>
SINGLE
(R20000/20000
1.SAMPLING(TIME)001os
2.SAMPLING(n)110050
3.MEAS.2POINT220010
4.DATA2STORAGE2?22YES
5.DUCT2ENTRY2NO.2221
6.SET2TO2START
Use
to select
“3. MEAS. POINT” and press
Use
.
to select the number of
MEAS. POINT (1 to 2000) and press
.
<Data Storage>
SINGLE
(R20000/20000
1.SAMPLING(TIME)001os
2.SAMPLING(n)110050
3.MEAS.2POINT220010
4.DATA2STORAGE2?22YES
5.DUCT2ENTRY2NO.2221
6.SET2TO2START
Use
to select
“4. DATA STORAGE?” and press
Use
press
.
to select YES or NO and
.
<Selecting DUCT ENTRY No.>
SINGLE
(R20000/20000
1.SAMPLING(TIME)001os
2.SAMPLING(n)110050
3.MEAS.2POINT220010
4.DATA2STORAGE2?22YES
5.DUCT2ENTRY2NO.2221
6.SET2TO2START
aaaaaaaDUCTaTYPE
1.ENTRYaNo.aaaaaaaa1
2.SHAPEaaaaRECTANGLE
3.WIDTHoooooooooooo4.HEIGHTooooooooooo5.UNIT(mm/inch)aaamm
6.SAVEaRETURN
Use
to select
“5. DUCT ENTRY NO.” and press
.
*If you select an empty ENTRY NO., you
cannot start the Flow Rate measurement.
The duct type settings screen will be
displayed. Here you can input the
dimensions of the duct.
*Refer to “Duct Shape/Size Input” on P.16 for
details.
<Save the Settings>
SINGLE
(R20000/20000
1.SAMPLING(TIME)001os
2.SAMPLING(n)110050
3.MEAS.2POINT220010
4.DATA2STORAGE2?22YES
5.DUCT2ENTRY2NO.2221
6.SET2TO2START
If you press
Use
to select
“6. SET TO START” and press
.
before saving the settings you will return back to the
Main Menu and any setting changes you made will not be saved.
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<Ready>
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1
2
3
4
5
RDY.
P 2221
N2221
D2223
C2300
The ready screen will be displayed.
Use
--6037a
25.1e
63.7g
while pressing
to
change the entry no. of the duct type.
Press
to start measuring.
Display Icons
1. RDY: Current Status (READY/SAMPLE)
2. P 1: Current Number of Points
3. N 1: Current Number of Trial
4. D 3: Selected Duct Entry Number
5. C300: Duct Shape and Size
(In this case, the duct is circular and 300mm in diameter.)
For the rectangular duct, W*** and H*** will be displayed.
<While Measuring>
■ Humidity is only
available on
MODEL6531/6533.
■ Air temperature is
only available on
MODEL6531/6541
/6542/6533/6543/
6561.
Press
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SMP .
P 2221
N2224
D2223
C2300
to stop the measurement. To
continue measuring, press
--6037a
24.9e
63.7g
Press
again.
to complete the
measurement. Then the results will be
displayed.
If Point 1 is not completed, no results will be displayed on the screen.
Press
to complete the measurement without storing data.
<READY After Point 1>
aNEXT112001/015222 ~
RDY.
P 2222
N2221
D2223
C2300
--6502a
27.1e
62.9g
aNEXT1FLOW2RATE
AVG
MIN
aaaaaa0001/0015aaa~
---502a
27.1e
measurement, the
results will be
62.9g
displayed.
RDY.
P2222
Number
of Points already measured Number of Points
N2221
D2223
After the completion of the
C2300
<RESULT>
MAX
After completing the measurement of
Point 1, the instrument will be in
STANDBY, ready to measure Point 2.
106433a
085134a
066797a
Press
to select the parameter in
the following sequence: Air Flow→
Air Temperature→Humidity→
Air Velocity
Press
to return to the Main Menu.
Press
to return to the setup screen of the FLOW RATE Mode.
*If “DATA STORAGE” is set to YES, the results will be stored.
28
Measurement of Air Flow
FLOW RATE Mode
MULTI FLOW RATE Mode
MULTI FLOW RATE is very similar to the SINGLE FLOW RATE MODE,
except it adds an additional parameter for the number of locations.
This allows you to take several air flow measurements (i.e.
traverses) and get a total average, for example measuring flow rate
from multiple ducts to get an overall average.
The value of each point is the
average of TRIAL(1) to TRIAL(N).
The value of each location is the
average of POINT(1) to
POINT(M). The value of each
location will be stored in the
memory.
POINT(1)
POINT(2)
:avg(1)=ΣTRIAL(i)/N
:avg(2)=ΣTRIAL(i)/N
・・・
POINT(M) :avg(M)=ΣTRIAL(i)/N
LOCATION(1) :AVG(1)=ΣPOINT(i)/M
LOCATION(2) :AVG(2)=ΣPOINT(i)/M
・・・
LOCATION(L) :AVG(L)=ΣPOINT(i)/M
<Result>
 Average(AVG): AVG=(AVG(1)+ AVG(2)+ ・・・・+AVG(L))/L
 Maximum(MAX): MAX=Maximum value from AVG(1) to AVG(L)
 Minimum(MIN): MIN=Minimum value from AVG(1) to AVG(L)
MENUaa1.NORMAL
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR
aaaaaa7.UTILITY
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO
SAMPLING MODE
1.SINGLEoFLOWoRATE
2.MULTIoFLOWoRATE
Press
to enter the Main Menu.
Use
to select “4. FLOW RATE”
and press
.
Use
to select
“2. MULTI FLOW RATE” and press
.
As the same as the SINGLE mode, set
the following: 1. Sampling Time, 2. No.
Trial, 4. Data Storage, and 5. Duct
Entry No.
MULTI
(R20000/20000
1.SAMPLING(TIME)001ps
2.SAMPLING(n)110050
3.MEAS./LOC.oo010/010
4.DATA2STORAGE2?22YES
5.DUCT2ENTRY2NO.2221
6.SET2TO2START
Use
to select
“3. MEAS./LOC.” and press
Use
.
to select the number of
MEAS. points (1 to 999) and press
Then use
.
to select the
number MEAS. locations (1 to 999) and
press
.
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<Save the Setting>
MULTI
(R20000/20000
1.SAMPLING(TIME)001ps
2.SAMPLING(n)110050
3.MEAS./LOC.oo010/010
4.DATA2STORAGE2?22YES
5.DUCT2ENTRY2NO.2221
6.SET2TO2START
If you press
Use
to select
“6. SET TO START” and press
.
before saving the settings you will return back to the
Main Menu and any setting changes you made will not be saved.
<Ready>
The ready screen will be displayed.
①
②
③
④
⑤
Use
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RDY.
P2221
N2221
L2221
C2300
---502a
27.1e
62.9g
, while pressing
to
change the entry number of the duct
type. Press
to start measuring.
Follow the same procedure as SINGLE
mode to measure.
Display Icons
1. RDY: Current Status (READY/SAMPLE)
2. P 1: Current Number of Points
3. N 1: Current Number of Trial
4. L 1: Current Number of Location
5. C300: Duct Shape and Size
(In this case, the duct is circular and 300mm in diameter.)
For the rectangular duct, W*** and H*** will be displayed.
<Display the Results>
aNEXT1FLOW2RATE
MAX
AVG
MIN
106433a
085134a
066797a
After all the measurements at all
locations are completed, the
calculation results will be displayed.
Press
to display the results of
each item in the following sequence:
Flow rate→Air Temp→Humidity→
Air velocity
Press
to print the results, when a printer is connected.
Press
to return to the Main Menu.
Press
to return to the setup screen of FLOW RATE Mode.
*When “DATA STORAGE” is set to YES, values of each location will
be stored.
30
Measurement of Air Flow FLOW RATE Mode
§6
Store and Recall Measured Data
Data which can be stored in the memory of the instrument is shown
below.
What can be Stored
MODEL
Measuring
Mode
CALCULATION Mode
V
T
H
V
T
H
Display
6531
6533
6541
6542
6543
6561
6551
6552
Stored
Parameters
FLOW RATE Mode
W
T
H
*P
V
T
H
W
T
H
V, W
T, H
*P
V, W
T, H
V, W
T, H
Display
V, T
W, T
*P
V, T
W, T
Stored
Parameters
V, T
V
W
T
*P
V
W
T
V
W
T
Display
V
W
*P
V
W
Stored
Parameters
V
V, W
*P
V, W
V, W
V: Air Velocity
W: Flow Rate T: Air Temperature
H: Humidity
*P: Pressure is only available on MODEL 6501-B0/6501-C0
To Recall Stored Data
MENUaa1.NORMAL
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR
aaaaaa7.UTILITY
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO
DATA OUTPUT
1.DISPLAY
2.PRINTER(SINGLE)
3.PRINTER(MULTI)
Press
Use
and press
to enter the Main Menu.
to select “5. DATA OUTPUT”
.
Use
to select “1. DISPLAY”
and press
.
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<Setting the PAGE>
CALCULATION
22222DAPAGEOSET
………………………
PAGE:0001
MODE:CALCULATION(A) …………
DATE:2012/04/12 …………………
TIME:2213:40:53 …………………
MEAS./LOC.:2220/2ooo- ………
SHAPE:C0ooo- ………………………
Use
to select the page that
you would like to recall and press
.
Page Number
Measured Mode (CALCULATION (A): AVERAGE/(I): INSTANT )
Measured Date (Year/Month/Day)
Measured Time (Hour : Minute : Second)
Number of Trial
Duct Shape/Size (For Air Flow Measurement only)
SINGLE FLOW RATE
22222DAPAGEOSET
………………………
PAGE:0002
MODE:SINGLEoFLOW2RATE…………
DATE:2012/04/12 …………………
TIME:2215:42:53 …………………
DATA/DIV.:oooo3/oo210 ………
………………………
SHAPE:C0900
Page Number
Measured Mode
Measured Date (Year/Month/Day)
Measured Time (Hour : Minute : Second)
Number of Trial/Number of Measuring Point
Duct Shape/Size
MULTI FLOW RATE
22222DAPAGEOSET
PAGE:0003
………………………
MODE:MULTIoFLOW2RATE …………
DATE:2012/04/12 …………………
TIME:2215:45:53 …………………
MEAS./LOC.:222o3/210 ………
………………………
SHAPE:C0900
Page Number
Measured Mode
Measured Date (Year/Month/Day)
Measured Time (Hour : Minute : Second)
Number of Trial/Number of Measuring Location
Duct Shape/Size
<Displaying the Recalled Data>
The recalled data of the selected page will be displayed.
Use
■ Humidity is only
available on
MODEL6531/6533.
■ Air temperature is
only available on
MODEL6531/6541
/6542/6533/6543/
6561.
■ Pressure is only
available on
MODEL6501-B0
/-C0.
32
to scroll.
START:00100END:050…………
NUM.0m/s0000°C000%RH………
001000.810025.40064.7
002000.950025.40064.7
003000.980025.60064.9
004001.050025.70065.1
005001.210025.70065.0
006000.990025.90065.2
Calculation Range
Data Number, Air Velocity, Air Temperature, Humidity
If you measured Flow Rate in CALCULATION Mode or if you
measured in FLOW RATE Mode, you can select Flow Rate or Air
Velocity to be displayed by pressing
.
Only Pressure will be displayed if you measured Pressure.
Store and Recall Measured Data
<Setting the CALCULATION RANGE>
You can select the range of calculation.
If the data range is correct, press
to calculate the range of data
displayed on the screen.
START:00100END:050
NUM.0m/s0000°C000%RH
001000.810025.40064.7
002000.950025.40064.7
003000.980025.60064.9
004001.050025.70065.1
005001.210025.70065.0
006000.990025.90065.2
If the range is not correct, press
display a cursor on “START”.
Use
to select the first number of
the data (START) that is to be calculated
and press
.
The cursor will move to “END”. Use
to select the number of
the last data (END) that is to be calculated and press
aNEXT1FLOW2RATE
MAX
AVG
MIN
106433a
085134a
066797a
to
Press
.
to calculate for the displayed
data range.
*You CANNOT set more than one range.
<In FLOW RATE Mode>
Press
to shift the calculation results in the following
sequence: Flow RateAir TemperatureHumidityAir Velocity.
<In CALCULATION Mode>
Press
to shift the calculation results in the following sequence:
Air Velocity (Flow Rate)Air TemperatureHumidityDew Point
Temperature, Discomfort Index.
Press
to return to PAGE SET.
Press
to return to the MAIN MENU.
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§7
Print Out
Preparation for Printing
Connect the printer cable to the Serial
Communication terminal located on
the side of the instrument to print out
measurement data.
Serial
Communication
Terminal
<Requirements>
●Printer (optional)……Recommended: Seiko Instruments Model
DPU-S245
●Printer Cable (optional)
<Check the BAUD RATE>
You need to enter the same baud rate and data transmission
conditions on both the Main Body and the printer.
The factory setting of the Main Body is as follows:
Data Bit Length
8 bits
Parity
None
Baud Rate
Set Value
Stop Bit
*To change the BAUD RATE, refer to
“Units and Baud Rate” on P. 46.
*
1
*To configure the settings of the
printer, refer to the printer operation
manual.
<Connecting the Printer>
1. Connect the printer to the Main Body (Serial Communication
Terminal) using the printer cable.
2. Turn ON the CLIMOMASTER first, and then turn the printer ON.
3. Make sure that the CLIMOMASTER is displaying NORMAL Mode.
Print Out in NORMAL Mode
■ Humidity is only
available on
MODEL6531/6533.
■ Air temperature is
only available on
MODEL6531/6541
/6542/6533/6543/
6561.
'12/04/12a15:40:23 ~
TCC1
HOLD
0.87f
25.3e
64.1g
When the screen is displaying in
NORMAL Mode, press
display. Press
to HOLD the
to print out the data
on the screen.
* If the printer is not connected properly, ”PERR” will be displayed in
the lower left of the display.
Examples of Print Out
■ Pressure is only
available on
MODEL6501-B0
/-C0.
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Print Out
Air Velocity Mode
2001/06/19 13:42:09
Velocity
0.12 m/s …Air Velocity
Temperature 25.9 ゚ C …Air Temperature
Humidity
62.7 %RH …Humidity
Pressure Mode
2001/06/19 13:42:28
Pressure
0.23 kPa
Print Out in CALCULATION Mode and FLOW RATE Mode
<Measurement and Calculation Mode (CALCULATION)>
aNEXCALCULATION
MAX
AVG
MIN
102.76f
081.43f
060.81f
Press
after the measurement and
calculation has been performed to print
out the result.
<Airflow Measurement Mode (FLOW RATE)>
aNEXT1FLOW2RATE
MAX
AVG
MIN
106433a
085134a
066797a
Press
after the measurement and
calculation has been performed to print
out the result.
Examples of Print Out
Stored Location
PAGE:004
Measurement Mode
MODE:CALCULATION(A)
Measured Date
DATE:2001/06/19
Measured Time
TIME:17:24:33
No.
of Data Records
DATA:005
No. of Points Measured
SAMPLING TIME:001
Sampling Time
START:001 END:005
Calculation
Range
MAX
1.26 m/s
Duct Type
AVG
0.90 m/s
Air
Velocity
MIN
0.55 m/s
Flow Rate
MAX
25.6 ゚ C
Air
Temperature
AVG
25.6 ゚ C
MIN
25.5 ゚ C
MAX
64.6 %RH
Humidity
AVG
64.5 %RH
MIN
64.4 %RH
Dew Point Temperature
DT
18.4 ゚ C
Discomfort Index
DI
74.1
Air Velocity
PAGE:002
MODE:FLOW RATE
DATE:2001/06/19
TIME:13:35:23
DATA:003
DIV.:002
SAMPLING TIME:001
START:001 END:002
SHAPE D 900mm
MAX 361554 m3/h
AVG 220582 m3/h
MIN 79609 m3/h
MAX
25.5 ゚ C
AVG
25.4 ゚ C
MIN
25.4 ゚ C
MAX
63.7 %RH
AVG
62.6 %RH
MIN
61.4 %RH
MAX
1.58 m/s
AVG
0.96 m/s
MIN
0.35 m/s
35
Print Out Stored Data(Single Page)
MENUaa1.NORMAL
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR
aaaaaa7.UTILITY
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO
DATA OUTPUT
1.DISPLAY
2.PRINTER(SINGLE)
3.PRINTER(MULTI)
Press
to enter the Main Menu.
Use
to select “5. DATA OUTPUT”
and press
.
Use
to select
“2. PRINTER(SINGLE)” and press
Use
22222DAPAGEOSET
………………………
PAGE:0002
MODE:SINGLEoFLOW2RATE………
DATE:2012/04/12 ………………
……………
TIME:2215:42:53
DATA/DIV.:oooo3/oo210………
SHAPE:C0900 ………………………
.
to select the page that you
would to print out and press
.
Page Number
Measurement Mode (CALCULATION or FLOW RATE)
Measurement Date (Year/Month/Day)
Measured Time (Hour : Minute : Day)
Number of Trial/Number of Measuring Point
Duct Shape/Size (for Air Flow Measurement only)
The data you have selected will be displayed.
■ Humidity is only
available on
MODEL6531/6533.
■ Air temperature is
only available on
MODEL6531/6541
/6542/6533/6543/
6561.
START:00100END:050 …………
NUM.0m/s0000°C000%RH ………
001000.810025.40064.7
002000.950025.40064.7
003000.980025.60064.9
004001.050025.70065.1
005001.210025.70065.0
006000.990025.90065.2
■ Humidity is only
available on
MODEL6531/6533.
■ Air temperature is
only available on
MODEL6531/6541
/6542/6533/6543/
6561.
Press
to scroll.
If you measured Air Flow in CALCULATION mode or in FLOW RATE
mode, you can select Air Flow or Air Velocity to be displayed by
pressing
■ Pressure is only
available on
MODEL6501-B0
/-C0.
Calculation Range
Data Number, Air Velocity, Air Temperature, Humidity
.
*If you measured Pressure, only Pressure will be displayed.
<Setting the range of calculation.>
You can select the range of calculation.
(If you are not going to change the data range, press
to
calculate all the data.)
START:00100END:050
NUM.0m/s0000°C000%RH
001000.810025.40064.7
002000.950025.40064.7
003000.980025.60064.9
004001.050025.70065.1
005001.210025.70065.0
006000.990025.90065.2
Press
. Cursor will appear on
“START”.
Use
Press
to select starting point.
. Cursor will move to “END”.
You CANNOT set more than one range.
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Print Out
AaaaaPRINT OUTPUT
Press
1.RESULT
2.DATA
3.ALL
Print Out.
Use
and press
to select the contents of the
to select from items 1 to 3
to print out.
Please refer to the printing example shown below.
1. RESULT…
2. DATA……
3. ALL………
Conditions and Calculation Results
Conditions and Stored Data
Conditions, Calculation Results and Stored Data
Example of Print Out
PAGE SET
PAGE:001
MODE:CALCULATION(A)
DATE:2001/05/19
TIME:11:32:26
DATA:010
SAMPLING TIME:001
START:001 END:010
MAX
0.75 m/s
AVG
0.40 m/s
MIN
0.05 m/s
MAX
25.8 ゚ C
AVG
25.6 ゚ C
MIN
25.4 ゚ C
MAX
59.1 %RH
AVG
58.2 %RH
MIN
57.5 %RH
DT
16.8 ゚ C
DI
73.4
NUM. m/s
゚C
%RH
001 0.05
25.8
57.5
002
0.06
25.8
57.6
003
0.48
25.6
57.7
004
0.48
25.6
57.8
005
0.56
25.6
58.0
006
0.48
25.6
58.3
007
0.39
25.5
58.5
008
0.75
25.5
58.7
009 0.27
25.4
58.8
010
0.46
25.4
59.1
Conditions
(Always
printed out)
Calculation
Results
(RESULT)
Measurement
Data
(DATA)
PAGE SET
PAGE:011
MODE:FLOW RATE
DATE:2001/06/21
TIME:16:23:08
DATA:003
DIV.:005
SAMPLING TIME:001
START:001 END:005
SHAPE W 200 H 300mm
MAX 32194 m3/h
AVG 16871 m3/h
MIN
5446 m3/h
MAX
25.9 ゚ C
AVG
25.9 ゚ C
MIN
25.8 ゚ C
MAX
72.2 %RH
AVG
71.2 %RH
MIN
69.7 %RH
MAX
1.49 m/s
AVG
0.78 m/s
MIN
0.25 m/s
NUM. m3/h ゚ C
%RH
001 20596
25.8
69.7
002 19906
25.9
72.2
003 6214
25.9
71.3
004 5446
25.9
71.4
005 32194
25.9
71.4
■ Humidity is only available on MODEL6531/6533.
■ Air temperature is only available on MODEL6531/6541/6542/6533/6543/6561.
■ Pressure is only available on MODE 6051-B0/6051-C0
37
Print Out Stored Data(Plural Pages)
MENUaa1.NORMAL
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR
aaaaaa7.UTILITY
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO
DATA OUTPUT
1.DISPLAY
2.PRINTER(SINGLE)
3.PRINTER(MULTI)
Press
to enter the Main Menu.
Use
to select “5. DATA OUTPUT”
and press
.
Use
to select
“3. PRINTER(MULTI)” and press
.
ooDATAoOUTPUT(MULTI)
1.SELECToSTART:o0001
oooooooooENDoo:o0003
oooooooooSEToo:oooNO
2.ALLoDATAooooooooNO
Use
to select
“1.SELECT” and press
.
oooooooooR00020/20000
ooDATAoOUTPUT(MULTI)
1.SELECToSTART:o0001
oooooooooENDoo:o0003
oooooooooSEToo:oooNO
2.ALLoDATAooooooooNO
Use
to select the starting page.
Press
.
oooooooooR00020/20000
ooDATAoOUTPUT(MULTI)
1.SELECToSTART:o0001
oooooooooENDoo:o0003
oooooooooSEToo:oooNO
2.ALLoDATAooooooooNO
Use
to select the ending page.
Press
.
oooooooooR00020/20000
ooDATAoOUTPUT(MULTI)
1.SELECToSTART:o0001
oooooooooENDoo:o0003
oooooooooSEToo:ooYES
2.ALLoDATAooooooooNO
Use
to
select
“YES”
for
selecting the content of the Print Out.
Press
.
oooooooooR00020/20000
AaaaaPRINT OUTPUT
1.RESULT
2.DATA
3.ALL
Use
to select from items 1 to 3
and press
ooDATAoOUTPUT(MULTI)
1.SELECToSTART:o0001
oooooooooENDoo:o0003
oooooooooSEToo:oooNO
2.ALLoDATAoooooooYES
oooooooooR00020/20000
Use
to print out.
to select
“2.ALL DATA” and press
to select “YES” for printing out
all pages. Press
38
Print Out
, and use
.
§8
Digital Output
Preparation
Serial Communication
Terminal
You can download the data stored
in the CLIMOMASTER to your PC, by
connecting the CLIMOMASTER to
your PC with the USB cable.
<Requirements>
● Personal Computer
● USB Cable (supplied)
● Communication Software
(such as Hyper Terminal for Windows)
<Connecting PC>
1. Connect the PC to the Climomaster using the USB cable.
2. Turn ON the CLIMOMASTER.
3. Make sure that the CLIMOMASTER is displaying NORMAL Mode.
◆
Measurement Software for Windows is available.(Optional)
To Access CLIMOMASTER from Your PC
<Icons and their Meaning>
Command
:Space
:Press Enter
* :A Number
*All inputs need to be
capital letters.
Function
D****
Number of Downloading Data
N
Cancel
S
Output the Measuring
Condition (of On-Time Data)
U
Output the Measuring Units
K
Output the Duct Shape/Size
P
Output the Page Number
T****
Output the Stored Data
M****
B
Output the Measuring
Condition (of Stored Data)
Output the Measuring
Condition of All Pages
39
Transmission of On-Time Data (Measured at every 1sec)
<Enter the Number of Data Needed>
1. Type “D**** ”.
*Type in the number of data(4 digits) after “D”.
2. After “AD”, the data will be displayed.
3. Each data represents 1 second of measurement. If you ask for 20
data, it takes approximately 20 seconds to display.
4. The maximum number that can be set is 9999. If you need
more, re-send the command
Output Content
■ ”0000000” will be
displayed for
humidity on
MODEL6541/
6542/6543/6561.
■
■
■
Air Velocity Mode: Velocity; Temperature; Humidity
Humidity Flow Rate Mode: Flow Rate; Temperature; Humidity
Pressure Mode: 0000000; 0000000; Pressure
Example: (Air Velocity Mode)
typed D0004
■ ”0000000” will be
displayed for
temperature and
humidity on
MODEL6551 and
6552
■ Pressure is only
available on
MODEL6501-B0/-C0.
<To Cancel>
Type “N ”.
Example
<To Download the Measuring Conditions>
1. Type “S ”
2. After “AS”, the data will be displayed as described below.
Output Content
Measuring Parameter (WTH, VTH or PRS); Time Constant (P.20);
Duct Size (Width, Height, Diameter); Units of the Duct Size
■
■
■
WTH: Flow Rate, Temperature, Humidity
VTH: Air Velocity, Temperature, Humidity
PRS: Pressure
<To Download the Measuring Units>
1. Type “U ”
2. After “AU”, the data will be displayed.
Example
Example
Output Content
Velocity Unit; Temperature Unit; Humidity Unit; Pressure Unit; Flow
Rate Unit
40
Digital Output
Transmission of Stored Memory
<To Download the Duct Setting>
1. Type “K ”
2. After “AK”, the data will be displayed.
3. All stored duct settings
(1 through 25) will be downloaded.
Example
Output Content
Entry No. (Data Location); Width; Height; Diameter; Units of Duct
Size
Example
<To Download the Page Number>
AP
1. Type “P”.
P0011
2. After “AP”, the data will be displayed.
3. Number of data stored pages will be downloaded.
<To Download the Stored Data>
1. Type “T**** ”.
* Type in the desired page number(4 digits) after “T”.
2. After “AT”, the data will be displayed.
Output Content
■ ”0000000” will be
displayed for
humidity on
MODEL6541,
6542, 6543 and
6561.
■ ”0000000” will be
displayed for
temperature and
humidity on
MODEL6551 and
6552
■ Air Velocity Mode: Number of Data; Velocity; Temperature; Humidity
■ Flow Rate Mode: Number of Data; Flow Rate; Temperature; Humidity
■ Pressure Mode: Number of Data; 0000000; 0000000; Pressure
*The data will be displayed in the currently selected units.
NOT in the units the data was saved with.
*Calculated data will not be downloaded.
Example
■ Pressure is only
available on
MODEL6501-B0/-C0.
■ The format of the date
output is fixed to
Year/Month/Day. This
is not affected by date
setting of the main
body.
41
<To Download the Measuring Condition of Stored Data>
1. Press “M**** ”.
*Type in the desired page number(4 digits) after “M”.
2. After “AM”, the data will be displayed.
■ Pressure is only
available on
MODEL6501-B0
/-C0.
Output Content
A. Measuring Parameter
WTH: Flow Rate; Temperature; Humidity
WT: Flow Rate; Temperature
VTH: Velocity; Temperature; Humidity
VT:
Velocity; Temperature
PRS:
Pressure
B. Measuring Mode
000:
Calculation Mode
001:
Flow Rate Mode
C. Sampling Time
D. Number of Data
E. Calculation Mode
AVG: Average
INS:
Instantaneous
In the case of Flow Rate Mode, the number of points is indicated.
F. Width
Example
G. Height
H. Diameter
I. Units of Duct Size
A B C
D E
F
G
H
I
<To Download the Measuring Conditions of All Pages>
1. Press “B ”
2. After “AB”, the data will be displayed.
Output Content
*Same as shown above.
<Error Message>
Re-type the command.
42
Digital Output
Example
Example
§9
Analog Output
Analog Output
■ Analog output is only
available on
MODEL6501-A0/-C0.
1. Data Update……every 0.1 sec
Terminal
(Except Humidity; updated every 1sec)
2. Load Impedance……Above 5KΩ
3. Output Voltage……DC 0 to 1V
For analog output, you must select one setting
from the table below.
(There is no analog output for Flow Rate)
Parameter
Output Range
0 to 5 m/s
0 to 10 m/s
0 to 30 m/s
0 to 50 m/s
Velocity
(U)
0 to 1000 FPM
0 to 2000 FPM
0 to 6000 FPM
0 to 10000 FPM
0 to 50 %RH
Humidity
(H)
0 to 100 %RH
-20 to 30 °C
0 to 50 °C
Temperature
0 to 100 °C
(T)
-4 to 86 oF
32 to 122 oF
32 to 212 oF
-2 to +2 kPa
Pressure
(P)
-5 to +5 kPa
■ To change the setting
of Time Constant,
refer to “To change
Time Constant” on
P.20.
Mode
For the output range, the low end will be set at 0V and the high end
will be set at 1V. The voltage is linear.
The Time Constant will be in effect.
Ways To Take In Measured Data (Analog Output)
0
0.5
Measuring time
1.0
1.5
2.0sec
TC1
Average of 1 sec
0
2.5
5.0
7.5
10sec
Average of 5sec
TC5
0
TC10
Conversion Formula
(V: voltage)
U= 5×V
m/s
U= 10×V m/s
U= 30×V m/s
U= 50x V m/s
U= 1000×V FPM
U= 2000×V FPM
U= 6000× V FPM
U= 10000×V FPM
H= 50×V
%RH
H= 100×V %RH
T= 50×V-20 °C
T= 50×V °C
T= 100×V °C
T= 90×V - 4 oF
T= 90×V+32 oF
T= 180×V+32 oF
P= 4×V- 2 kPa
P= 10×V- 5 kPa
5
10
15
20sec
Average of 10sec
Explanation
Take 10
measurements each
second and indicate
the average as an
instantaneous value
at every 1 sec.
Output the average
measured value for
5 seconds at every
0.1 second. Data
shifts by 0.1 second.
Output the average
measured value for
10 seconds at every
0.1 second. Data
shifts by 0.1 second.
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MENUaa1.NORMAL
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR
aaaaaa7.UTILITY
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO
Press
to enter the Main Menu.
Use
to select “7. UTILITY”.
Press
.
aaaaaaaUTILITY
oooooooUTILITY
Use
1.TIME AJUST
1.TIMEoADJUST
2.UNIT SELECT
2.UNIToSELECT
3.ANALOG OUTPUT
3.ANALOGoOUTPUT
4.TC(T.H.P)oSET
4.TC(T.H.P) SET
5.BACKLIGHToON/OFF
to select
“3. ANALOG OUTPUT”.
Press
<To Select Data>
Select “1. OUTPUT SELECT” and press
AaaANALOG OUTPUT
■ Pressure is only
available on
MODEL6501-B0
/-C0.
■ Humidity is only
available on
MODEL6531/6533
■ Air temperature is
only available on
MODEL6531/6541
/6542/6533/6543/
6561.
.
1.OUTPUT2SELECT22VEL.
2.VEROCITY
222222222220-1022m/s
3.SAVE2INFO
Use
to select “VEL.” (Velocity), “PRS.” (*Pressure),
“HUM.” (*Humidity), or “TMP.” (*Temperature).
Press
.
<To Set the Output Range>
AaaANALOG OUTPUT
Use
1.OUTPUT2SELECT22VEL.
2.VEROCITY
222222222220-3022m/s
3.SAVE2INFO
to select “2.” (selected
parameter) and press
Use
press
.
to select the range and
.
<To Save the Settings>
AaaANALOG OUTPUT
Use
1.OUTPUT2SELECT22VEL.
2.VEROCITY
222222222220-1022m/s
3.SAVE2INFO
If you press
Press
Analog Output
.
before you save, you will return to the Main Menu
and the settings will not be saved.
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to select “3. SAVE INFO”.
§ 10
Other Settings
Date
MENUaa1.NORMAL
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR
aaaaaa7.UTILITY
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO
Press
.
Use
to select “7. UTILITY” and
.
press
oooooooUTILITY
Use
1.TIMEoADJUST
2.UNIToSELECT
3.ANALOGoOUTPUT
4.TC(T.H.P)oSET
5.BACKLIGHToON/OFF
to select “1. TIME ADJUST”
and press
.
AaaaaTIME2ADJUST
*The style of date
displayed on the
screen or for printer
output depends on
this setting,
however, the style
of the output to
digital port is fixed
to Japanese style.
Use
1.STYLE:222JP
2.DATE2:22012/04/12
3.TIME2:22214:37:27
4.SAVE2INFO
to select "1. STYLE" or
"2. DATE" and press
.
1. STYLE: Select JP, US or EU
Japanese style (JP): YYYY/MM/DD
US style (US):
MM/DD/YYYY
EU style (EU):
DD/MM/YYYY
2. DATE: Date
3. TIME: hour/minute/sec
AaaaaTIME2ADJUST
Use
to select the desired item.
1.STYLE:222JP
2.DATE2:22012/04/12
3.TIME2:22214:37:27
Use
to change the setting.
4.SAVE2INFO
Press
to select the setting and
move the cursor back to “1” or “2”.
<To Save the Setting>
AaaaaTIME2ADJUST
1.STYLE:222JP
2.DATE2:22012/04/12
3.TIME2:22214:37:27
Use
and press
to select “4. SAVE INFO”
to save the change.
The screen returns to the Main Menu.
4.SAVE2INFO
*When the date is changed, the dates of existing stored
measurements will change as well.
If you press
before you save, you will return to the Main Menu
and the settings will not be saved.
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Units and Baud Rate
<Units Conversion Table>
Velocity
1m/s = 196 FPM
Temperature T(oF) = 1.8×T(°C)+32
Flow Rate
1m3/h = 35.32ft3/h
MENUaa1.NORMAL
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR
aaaaaa7.UTILITY
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO
Press
oooooooUTILITY
Use
to enter the Main Menu.
Use
Press
1.TIMEoADJUST
2.UNIToSELECT
3.ANALOGoOUTPUT
4.TC(T.H.P)oSET
5.BACKLIGHToON/OFF
to select “7. UTILITY”.
.
to select “2. UNIT SELECT”
and press
.
<Units and Baud Rate>
Use
to select the desired item (1 through 5). Press
.
22222DUNITASELECT
■ Air temperature is
only available on
MODEL6531/6541
/6542/6533/6543/
6561.
■ Pressure is only
available on
MODEL6501-B0
/-C0.
1.VELOCITY2222222m/s
2.TEMPERATURE22222°C
3.FLOW2RATE222m³/h
4.PRESSURE2222222kPa
5.BAUD RATE222219200
6.SAVE INFO
………m/s or FPM for velocity
………°C or oF for temperature
………m3/h, m3/min, ft3/min, or ft3/h for flow rate
………kPa or Pa for pressure
………4800, 9600, 19200, or 38400 baud rate
22222DUNITASELECT
1.VELOCITY2222222m/s
2.TEMPERATURE22222°C
3.FLOW2RATE222m³/h
4.PRESSURE2222222kPa
5.BAUD RATE222219200
6.SAVE INFO
Use
Press
to change the setting.
.
<To Save the Setting>
22222DUNITASELECT
Use
1.VELOCITY2222222m/s
2.TEMPERATURE22222°C
3.FLOW2RATE222m³/h
4.PRESSURE2222222kPa
5.BAUD RATE222219200
6.SAVE INFO
and press
If you press
Other Settings
. The change will be saved
and the screen will return to the Main
Menu.
before you save, you will return to the Main Menu
and the settings will not be saved.
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to select “6. SAVE INFO”
Settings for LCD Backlight
MENUaa1.NORMAL
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR
aaaaaa7.UTILITY
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO
Press
oooooooUTILITY
Use
1.TIMEoADJUST
2.UNIToSELECT
3.ANALOGoOUTPUT
4.TC(T.H.P)oSET
5.BACKLIGHToON/OFF
“5. BACKLIGHT ON/OFF”.
.
Use
Press
Press
to select “7. UTILITY”.
.
to select
.
Use
ooooLCDoBACKLIGHT
Press
1.BACKLIGHToON
ooooFORoooooooo01omin
to select “1. BACKLIGHT”.
.
Use
to select
BACKLIGHT ON/OFF. Press
2.SAVEoINFO
.
BACKIGHT OFF:Backlight is always off.
BACKLIGHT ON:If you press any button, the backlight will turn on
according to the following settings:
<Settings for Backlight Lit-Up Time>
ooooLCDoBACKLIGHT
Use
1.BACKLIGHToON
time which the backlight will stay on.
ooooFORoooooooo01omin
2.SAVEoINFO
and set the amount of
ALWAYS: The backlight is always on.
FOR ***: The backlight is on for the
specified amount of time (***).
e.g.) FOR 2min: It’s on for 2 minutes
<Saving the Change>
Use
and select “6.SAVE INFO”
ooooLCDoBACKLIGHT
Press
1.BACKLIGHToON
.
ooooFORoooooooo01omin
2.SAVEoINFO
If you press
before you save, you will return to the Main Menu
and the settings will not be saved.
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To Delete Data
Press
to enter the Main Menu.
MENUaa1.NORMAL
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR
aaaaaa7.UTILITY
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO
Use
to select “6. DATA CLEAR”
and press
.
Use
to select “1. CLEAR” (delete
the selected data only) and press
.
AaaaaDATARCLEAR
1.CLEARLSTART:000001
00000000END00:000001
00000000SET00:002YES
2.ALL2CLEAR0000000NO
……Starting Page Number
…… Ending Page Number
…… Partial Delete (YES or NO)
…… All Delete (YES or NO)
000000000R19950/20000 …… Remaining Memory / Total Memory
(The number of sampling data that can be stored)
AaaaaDATARCLEAR
1.CLEARLSTART:000001
00000000END00:000001
00000000SET00:002YES
2.ALL2CLEAR0000000NO
Use
Press
to select the starting page.
.
000000000R19950/20000
AaaaaDATARCLEAR
1.CLEARLSTART:000001
00000000END00:000006
00000000SET00:002YES
2.ALL2CLEAR0000000NO
Use
Press
to select the ending page.
.
000000000R19950/20000
AaaaaDATARCLEAR
Use
1.CLEARLSTART:000001
00000000END00:000006
00000000SET00:002YES
2.ALL2CLEAR0000000NO
delete.
000000000R19950/20000
Press
to select “YES” for partial
.
The selected page will be deleted and
the remaining data will shift up.
(See diagram below)
Page 1
Page 1
Page 1
Page 2
Page 2
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4
Page 3
Page 4
Page Number will change
automatically
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Other Settings
To Delete All the Data
Press
to enter the Main Menu.
MENUaa1.NORMAL
aaaaaa2.DUCTaTYPE
aaaaaa3.CALCULATION
aaaaaa4.FLOWaRATE
aaaaaa5.DATAaOUTPUT
aaaaaa6.DATAaCLEAR
aaaaaa7.UTILITY
aaaaaa8.PRESSUREaZERO
Use
Use
Press
t
to select “6. DATA CLEAR”.
.
to select “2. ALL CLEAR”. Press
.
AaaaaDATARCLEAR
1.CLEARLSTART:000001
00000000END00:000001
00000000SET00:0020NO
2.ALL2CLEAR0000000NO ……All Delete (YES or NO)
000000000R19950/20000 ……Remaining Memory / Total Memory
(The number of sampling data that can be stored)
AaaaaDATARCLEAR
1.CLEARLSTART:000001
00000000END00:000001
00000000SET00:0020NO
2.ALL2CLEAR000000YES
Use
Press
to select “YES” to delete.
.
000000000R19950/20000
AaaaaDATARCLEAR
1.CLEARLSTART:000001
00000000END00:000001
00000000SET00:0020NO
2.ALL2CLEAR000000YES
All the data will be deleted and the
Remaining Memory will be 20000.
000000000R20000/20000
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Contrast Adjustment
If the LCD display of the CLIMOMASTER is
too dark or too light, there is an
adjustment dial at the back, bottom of the
unit, inside the battery cover.
Contrast Adjusting Dial
You can adjust the contrast by using a precision screwdriver (-)
(0.9 to 1.5mm).
Turn the dial clockwise to darken the LCD and counterclockwise
to lighten it.
Lightens
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Other Settings
Darkens
§ 11
How to Clean a Probe
Dust or particles attached to the velocity sensor would alter the
amount of heat diffusion, which leads to a less precise reading. Also,
deformation or clogging of the protective mesh around the sensor of
the probe would also affect the accuracy of the instrument.
Users are encouraged to clean the probe regularly to maintain the
accuracy of measurements.
Procedure
Clean the sensor by soaking it in water in an ultrasonic cleaner for 10
to 20 seconds. Do not soak it for too long, since there is an
increased risk of damaging the coating.
Please use only water for cleaning the probe.
!CAUTION!
!)
!)
!)
When cleaning, make sure that the power is turned OFF.
Make sure that the sensor is dry before turning it ON.
DO NOT let the humidity sensor come into contact with water
(MODEL6531/6533). When wet, let it air dry by placing it in an
environment with less than 40%RH for more than 24 hours.
!) NEVER USE alcohol or any other organic fluid.
Alcohol will cause permanent damage to the humidity sensor.
Once the sensor is damaged, it will need to be replaced even if it
seems to be functioning.
DO NOT place the sensor in an
upward position until it is
completely dry as residual water
could damage the sensor.
Dry with Cool Air
Ultrasonic Cleaner
for 10 to 20 seconds
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§ 12
Specification
Product
Model No. of the Main Body
Model No. of the Probe
Measuring Object
Measuring Range
Resolution
Air Velocity
[m/s]
Accuracy
Response Time
[sec.]
Air
Temperature
[oC]
6541
-21
6561
-21
±2% of reading or ±0.015 (±3FPM),
whichever is greater
Approx. 1
Approx. 4
Approx. 7
-
-
-
Response Time
[sec.]
Approx. 30
(at 1m/s, 90% response time)
-
Accuracy
Response Time
[sec.]
Measuring Range
Resolution
Pressure ※2
Accuracy
[kPa]
Response Time
[sec.]
Temperature Compensation
[m/s]
Functions
Output
Power
Battery Life
Operating Environment
Storage Environment
Weight
Accessories
Options
6533-21
6543
-21
0.01 to 5.00
0.01
0.01 to 0.99:±0.02
0.99 to 5.00:
±2% of reading or
±0.015 (±3FPM),
whichever is greater
Approx. 7
(at 1m/s, 90% response time)
-20.0 to 70.0
0.1
±0.5
Humidity*1
[%RH]
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6542 6551 6552
-21
-21
-21
Clean air flow
0.01 to 30.0, 0.01 to 50.0 (6561-21 only)
0 to 9.99: 0.01
10 to 30: 0.1
30 to 50: 0.1 (6561-21 only)
6531-21
Measuring Range
Resolution
Accuracy
Measuring Range
Resolution
*1:
*2:
*3:
*4:
CLIMOMASTER Air Velocity Meter
6501
2.0 to 98.0
0.1
2 to 80:
±2.0
80 to 98:
±3.0
Approx.
15
-
-
-
-
-5.00~+5.00
0.01
±3% of reading or ±0.01
-20.0 to 70.0
0.1
±0.5
Approx. 30
(at 1m/s, 90%
response time)
2.0 to 98.0
-
0.1
-
2 to 80:
±2.0
-
80 to 98:
±3.0
Approx.
-
15
Approx. 1
±5% of reading or ±0.015 (±3FPM), whichever is greater
(in the temperature range of 5 to 60.0oC)
Readings Hold, Max Hold, Time Constant (1, 5, 10 sec.), Battery Level
Indicator (5 Levels),
Unit selection (Air Velocity: m/s or FPM, Flow Rate: m3/min, m3/h,
ft3/min, or ft3/h, Temperature*1: oC or oF, Humidity*2: %RH, Static
Pressure*3: kPa or Pa)
Max., Min., and Average Calculation, Sampling Time: 1 to 999 sec.
No. of trails: 1 to 9999, Store up to 25 Duct Sizes (Square/Round, Size
Range: 1 to 9999mm or 0.1 to 999.9inch(diameter, height, width))
Max.Data Storage: 20000
Digital Output: USB (when connected to a printer, automatically switch
to RS-232C, Baud Rate 4800, 9600, 19200 and 38400 bps)
Analog Output*3: DC 0 to 1V (select one from Air Velocity,
Temperature*1, Humidity*2 and Pressure*3)
6 × AA Batteries , AC Adaptor*4: AC 100 to 240V (50/60Hz)
Approximately 10 continuous hours (at air velocity 5m/s, 20oC, with
alkaline batteries)
Main Body: 5 to 40oC (41 to 104oF) with no visible condensation
Probe: -20 to 70oC (-4 to 158 oF) with no visible condensation
-10 to 50oC (14 to 122o F) with no visible condensation
Approximately 400g (batteries included)
Carrying case, Operation manual, 6×AA Batteries, Probe cable (2m),
USB cable
Spare probe, Analog output, Pressure sensor, Extension rod, Printer,
Printer cable, Software (for Windows), AC adaptor, Hands-free Case
Air temperature is only available on MODEL6531/6541/6542/6533/6543/6561
Humidity is only available on MODEL6531/6533
Pressure is only available on MODEL6501-B0/-C0 , Analog Output is only available on MODEL6501-A0/-C0
Optional.
Specification
§ 13
Principle of Measurement
Principle of Hot-wire Anemometer
Wind
Cooling
-off
Sensor (Platinum Coil)
Current (i)
i
Air Velocity
Sensor
Current
Current
The principle of the thermal Probe is
based on a heated element from which
heat is extracted by the colder impact
flow. The temperature is kept
constant via a regulating switch. The
controlling current is directly
proportional to the velocity. When
Velocity m/s thermal velocity Probes are used in
turbulent flows, the measured result is
influenced by the flows impacting the
heated body from all directions.
In turbulent flows, a thermal velocity sensor indicates
higher measured values than a vane Probe. This can be
observed during measurements in ducts. Depending on
the design of the duct, turbulent flows can occur even at
low velocities.
The amount of heat that is extracted by
the colder impact flow from the sensor can be expressed
by:
H  (a  b U )(T  Ta ) ・・・・・・King ' s fomula
Heat Diffusion
Quantity [H]
Where H: Heat diffusion quantity
T: Temperature of
the sensor Ta: Air temperature
U: Air velocity
a, b: Constant
Ta1
Ta2
Ta1 < Ta2
Velocity [U]
Heat Diffusion
Quantity [H]
Compensation
(a  b U )(T  Ta )
Velocity [U]
Also, heat diffusion quantity can be expressed by the
formula:
H  RI 2
Where R is resistance and I is current
(R is kept constant regardless of air velocity since the
temperature in constant).
Therefore,
RI 2  a  b U
The Temperature Compensation
The air velocity sonsor is heated to an elevated temperature
relative to the surrounding air by means of control
electronics. The temperature compensation sensor senses
the ambient, or surrounding air temperature and forces the
velocity sensor to stay at a constant overheat above the
ambient. The circuit forces the voltage to be equal by
means of an operational amplifier. Air flowing past the
sensor tends to cool the sensor, thus driving down its
resistance.
The amplifier responds by immediately
delivering more power to the circuit to maintain voltage
equilibrium.
Delivered power is converted into an
electrical signal to display.
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Wind
Wind
Temp Sensor
(Platinum Resistor)
Measurement of Wind-Temperature
(MODEL 6531/6541/6542/6533/6543/6561)
The coefficient of resistance of the temperature sensor has a
direct proportional relationship with the temperature. We can
measure the wind temperature by adjusting the sensor’s
temperature to the wind-temperature, and measuring its
coefficient of resistance.
Measurement of Humidity (Hygrometer)
(MODEL6531/6533)
The sensor is a pair of condensers and its
Upper
electro-capacity is dependent upon the amount of
Electrode
water contained in its hydrophilic macromolecule
Macromolecule
(humidity sensitive) membrane.
Membrane
The components of the sensors are a glass
foundation; a lower electrode; a macromolecule
Lower
Electrode
membrane and an upper electrode.
The upper electrode will capture the change in
Glass
permittivity caused by condensation or
Foundation
evaporation of water vapors to the macromolecule
membrane. (Electrostatic Capacity Type)
There is another type of hygrometer that uses a resistor instead of a condenser.
Typically Electrostatic Capacity types are good for low humidity measurements and the
resistor types are good for high humidity measurements.
Theory of detecting static pressure (MODEL6501-B0/6501-C0)
To measure static pressure, we use a diffusion-type semiconductor pressure sensor.
The diffusion-type semiconductor pressure sensor is incorporated under the principle
that the resonant frequency of a piezo-crystal decreases linearly with the pressure
applied. On a thin diaphragm of silicon, there are four diffusion resistors (sensor chips)
placed in a fixed distant apart. (Pic.1)
When the pressure is applied from above, the diaphragm will deflect downward. When
it is deflected, the sensors near the center (R3 and R4) will have compressing stress and
the sensors near the perimeter (R1 and R2) will have tensile stress instead. (Pic.2) The
diffusion coefficient of the diffusion resistor changes according to these two stresses.
Diaphragm
R3
R1
R
Current i
Pressure
R3
R1
R4
R4
R1~R4:Diffusion Resistant
Pic.1 Pressure Sensor
Pic.2
R2
Output
Pic.3 Detecting Circuit
If we create a bridge among these diffusion resistors (Pic.3), it is possible to detect
voltage that is proportional to the amount of pressure applied. These sensors can be
affected by the temperature, and therefore, a temperature compensation circuit must be
added.
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Principle of Measurement
What are Discomfort Index (DI) and Dew Point Temperature
(DT)?
**What is DI and DT?**
● Discomfort Index (DI)
Discomfort Index is an index to show how uncomfortable it is in the summer
time.
CLIMOMASTER use the formula, shown below, which is used by
Meteorological Agencies.
DI  0.81T  0.01H (0.99T  14.3)  46.3
Where
T:Temperature(℃) H:Relative Humidity(% RH)
DI Scale
Comfortable
68
Little
Uncomfortable
70
75
Uncomfortable
Very
Cannot
Uncomfortable
Endure
80
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● There are many formulas to calculate Dew Point Temperature,
but for A531, we have adopted the most general “Antnione” formula,
which is used to calculate saturated vapor pressure.
E  exp[18.6686  4030.183 /( 235  T )]  133.322
HE
e
100
Where
H : RelativeHu midity (% RH) T : Temperature(℃)
E : SaturatedV aporPressure(Pa) e : VaporPressure(Pa)
DT  4030.183 /[ 23.5614  ln(e)]  235
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About Compensation
This instrument has been calibrated at normal temperature and
pressure. Therefore, if you are going to measure velocity at a
different temperature and pressure, the indicating value will be
affected.
Influence of Measuring Temperature
This instrument has been calibrated at normal temperature.
Because of theoretical fundamentals of hot-wire anemometers, it
can easily be effected by the ambient temperature. To prevent
such influence, temperature compensation is needed.
The
temperature compensation sensor senses the ambient, or
surrounding air temperature and forces the velocity sensor to stay
at a constant overheat above the ambient temperature.
By
adopting temperature compensation sensors, you can measure air
velocity accurately within a range of 5~60 oC (41~140oF)
Influence of Pressure at Measuring Point
The instrument is calibrated under atmospheric pressure of 1013
hPa. Since change in the atmospheric pressure will influence the
heat dissipation amount, compensation of the atmospheric pressure
is required. Compensation can be provided by using the following
formula.
Um 
1013
 Uc
Pm
Where: Um: Actual Velocity[m/s]
Uc: Indicating Value
Pm: Atmospheric Pressure at the Measuring Point [hPa]
Measuring Gas Components
This instrument has been calibrated using normal air (i.e. 79%
nitrogen concentration & 21% oxygen concentration). If you wish
to use the instrument in an environment other than normal air, you
will need to compensate for the characteristics of the gas mixture
you’ll be using the instrument in.
Please contact your local
Kanomax representative for details.
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Principle of Measurement
§ 14
Probe Directivity (Air Velocity)
MODEL 6531-21 / 6541-21 / 6561-21
Horizontal
Wind Direction Indicator
-180°
90°
0°
-90°
At 5m/s
Vertical
Wind Direction Indicator
90°
-90°
At 5m/s
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Probe Directivity (Air Velocity)
MODEL 6542-21
Horizontal
0°
-180°
90°
-90°
90°
-90°
Vertical
0°
-180°
At 1m/s
Probe Directivity (Air Velocity)
MODEL 6533-21/6543-21/6551-21/6552-21
Horizontal
-180°
-90°
0°
90°
0°
90°
-90°
-180°
At 1m/s
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Vertical
Probe Directivity (Air Velocity)
§ 15
Trouble Shooting
Check battery
Problem
Possible cause(s) / Solution(s)
Battery is inserted in wrong polarity.
The instrument will not
 Turn off the power and insert the battery
turn on
correctly.
Display contrast is not set up properly.
The display is not visible
 Adjust the contrast volume switch.
The battery is low.
The battery level indicator
 Turn off the instrument and replace the
flashes on the display
batteries.
Initial operational check
Problem
The display is not visible
[NO PROBE] is displayed
Can I change the
measurement unit?
Normal operational check
Problem
[**.*] is displayed
measured value.
as
[- - - - ] is displayed as air
velocity measurement.
The instrument is not
reading the correct air
speed.
The instrument reads a
higher temperature with
no wind.
The response time is slow
[ - - - - ] is displayed as
the air volumetric flow
measurement.
Reference
Page 11 &
13
Page 50
Page 11 &
13
Possible cause(s) / Solution(s)
The display contrast is not set up properly.
 Adjust the contrast dial.
The probe is not connected.
 Turn off the instrument and connect a
probe.
Yes, you can change measurement units by
following the steps on page 46.
Reference
Possible cause(s) / Solution(s)
It indicates the measurement is outside the
measuring range.
 The instrument must be used in the range
stated in the specifications.
The probe or the probe cable is not connected
properly.
 Check the connection between the probe
and the probe cable.
The probe or the probe cable may be
damaged.
 Contact your local Kanomax
representative for repair or replacement.
The probe might be not facing into the wind.
 Make sure the wind direction indicator is
facing into the wind.
CLIMOMASTER can’t measure the correct
temperature with no wind (less than 0.1m/s
of wind). *Model 6533 and 6543 can
measure less than 0.1 m/s.
Set the correct time constant (TC).
The duct information (shape and size) is not
stored.
 Register duct information.
Reference
Page 50
Page 12
Page 46
Page 52
Page 12
Page 62
Page 14
Page 14
Page 20
Page 16
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Output check (1) - Print out
Problem
The printer doesn’t
operate.
Cannot printout the
display
Want to cancel printing
Possible cause(s) / Solution(s)
The printer is not connected properly.
 Confirm the printer connection.
The Baud Rate might not be set properly.
 Check both the instrument and printer
settings.
Make sure to use the optional printer (Model
DPU-S245) and printer cable (Model
6000-31).
Confirm the connection procedure.
 Connect the printer to the printer port,
then turn on the instrument and printer.
Display is not frozen.
 1. Press
to hold the display.
2. Press
You can’t cancel print while it is operating.
Output check (2) - Digital output
Problem
Possible cause(s) / Solution(s)
Confirm the USB connection, which is
different from printer connection.
The Baud Rate might not be set properly.
PC doesn’t load the
 Check both the instrument and PC
measuring data.
settings.
Confirm the communication command (ex.
Hyper Terminal command).
 Press
Data is tiered.
Trouble Shooting
Page 46
Page 34
Page 34
Page 34
Reference
Page 39
Page 34
Page 39
Reference
the
to cancel the HOLD function.
Data is outputted every one second.
Confirm the setting for analog output.
The output data is not Confirm the output range.
The load impedance might not be optimum.
correct.
Set the load impedance larger than 5k Ω.
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Page 34
Page 34
to print out.
Output check (3) - Analog output
Problem
Possible cause(s) / Solution(s)
Check the connection and confirm
polarity.
No data is generated.
The HOLD function might be active.
Reference
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§ 16
Warranty and After Service
Kanomax Limited Warranty
The limited warranty set forth below is given by KANOMAX JAPAN, Inc. (hereafter
referred to as “KJI”) with respect to the KANOMAX brand anemometer, and its
attachment parts including probe and other accessories (hereafter referred to as
“PRODUCT”) purchased directly from KJI or from and authorized distributor.
Your PRODUCT, when delivered to you in new condition in its original container, is
warranted against defects in materials or workmanship as follows: for a period of
two (2) years from the date of original purchase, defective parts or a defective
PRODUCT returned to KJI, as applicable, and proven to be defective upon inspection,
will be exchanged for a new or comparable rebuilt parts, or a refurbished PRODUCT
as determined by KJI. Warranty for such replacements shall not extend the original
warranty period of the defective PRODUCT.
This limited warranty covers all defects encountered in normal use of the PRODUCT,
and does not apply in the following cases:
(1)
Use of parts or supplies other than the PRODUCT sold by KJI, which cause
damage to the PRODUCT or cause abnormally frequent service calls or
service problems.
(2)
If any PRODUCT has its serial number or date altered or removed.
(3)
Loss of damage to the PRODUCT due to abuse, mishandling, alternation,
improper packaging by the owner, accident, natural disaster, electrical
current fluctuations, failure to follow operation, maintenance or
environmental instructions prescribed in the PRODUCT’s operation manual
provided by KJI, or service performed by other than KJI.
NO
IMPLIED
WARRANTY,
INCLUDING
ANY
IMPLIED
WARRANTY
OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, APPLIES TO THE
PRODUCT AFTER THE APPLICABLE PERIOD OF THE EXPRESS LIMITED WARRANTY
STATED ABOVE, AND NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY OR GUARANTY, EXCEPT AS
MENTIONED ABOVE, GIVEN BY ANY PERSON OR ENTITY WITH RESPECT TO THE
PRODUCT SHALL BIND KJI. KJI SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF STORAGE
CHARGES, LOSS OR CORRUPTION OF DATA OR ANY OTHER SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES CAUSED BY THE USE OR MISUSE OF, OR INABILITY
TO USE OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES CAUSED BY THE USE OR MISUSE OF, OR
INABILITY TO USE, THE PRODUCT, REGARDLESS OF THE LEGAL THEORY ON WHICH
THE CLAIMS IS BASED, AND EVEN IF KJI HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY
OF SUCH DAMAGES. IN NO EVENT SHALL RECOVERY OF ANY KIND AGAINST KJI BE
GREATER IN AMOUNT THAN THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT SOLD BY KJI
AND CAUSING THE ALLEGED DAMAGE. WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING, THE
OWNER ASSUMES ALL RISK AND LIABILITY FOR LOSS, DAMAGE OF, OR INJURY TO
THE OWNER AND THE OWNER'S PROPERTY AND TO OTHERS AND THEIR PROPERTY
ARISING OUT OF USE OR MISUSE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE, THE PRODUCT NOT
CAUSED DIRECTLY BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF KJI. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL
NOT EXTEND TO ANYONE OTHER THAN THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER OF THE
PRODUCT, OR THE PERSON FOR WHOM IT WAS PURCHASED AS A GIFT, AND
STATES THE PURCHASER'S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY.
After Service
●When you have a
“Troubleshooting” first.
problem
with
your
instrument,
please
check
out
●If that does not solve the problem, please contact your local distributor or call our
service center. (See last page for contact information.)
●During the warranty period, we will repair at no charge a product that proves to be
defective due to material or workmanship under normal use. (Kanomax Limited
Warranty.)
●Repair after warranty expiration:
Upon request, we will repair the instrument at the customer’s expense, if the
instrument’s performance is found to be recoverable by providing the repair.
●Replacement parts are available for minimum period of five (5) years after
termination of production. This storage period of replacement parts is considered as
the period during which we can provide repair service. For further information,
please contact your local distributor or our service center.
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Contact Information
U.S.A.
KANOMAX USA, INC.
PO Box 372, 219 Route 206, Andover, NJ 07821 U.S.A.
TEL: (800)-247-8887 / (973)-786-6386 FAX: (973)-786-7586
URL: http://www.kanomax-usa.com/
E-Mail: info@kanomax-usa.com
JAPAN
KANOMAX JAPAN, INC.
2-1 Shimizu, Suita City, Osaka 565-0805, Japan
TEL: 81-6-6877-0183 FAX: 81-6-6879-5570
URL: http://www.kanomax.co.jp
E-Mail: sales@kanomax.co.jp
CHINA
Shenyang Kano Scientific Instrument Co., Ltd.
#2610, 51 Wulihe Street Heping District Shenyang P.R.C.
TEL: 86-24-23846440 FAX: 86-24-23898417
URL: http://www.kanomax.com.cn/
E-Mail: sales@kanomax.com.cn
Copyright © Kanomax Japan Inc. All rights reserved.
2012
No copying, distribution, publication, modification, or incorporation of this
document, in whole or part, is permitted for commercial purposes without the
express written permission of Kanomax.
The contents of this document may be changed without prior notice.
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