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ATE-9508 Professional measuring instrument 4 in 1


Display: LCD display, 0.3in/8mm digit height. Measurement: Anemometer, Humidity, Temperature, Light meter. Operating Humidity: Max. 80%RH. Operating Temperature: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F). Power Supply: 006P DC 9V battery (Heavy duty type). Power Consumption: Approx. DC 6.2mA

The AKTAKOM ATE-9508 is a 4 in 1 professional measuring instrument: Anemometer, Hygrometer, Thermometer and Light Meter.

Features

  • Tiny bone shape with lightweight and small size case design are suitable for handling with one hand
  • Wristlet design provides extra protection to the instrument especially for user one hand operation
  • Low-friction ball vane wheels design provides high accuracy at high and low air velocity
  • Exclusive photo diode and color correction filter light sensor, spectrum meets C.I.E. photopic
  • High precision thin-film capacitance humidity sensor with fast response to the humidity variety
  • Standard Type K (NiCr-NiAl) thermocouple outlet suitable for all kinds of Type K probe
  • Memorize the maximum and minimum value with recall
  • °C/°F selectable by pressing button on the front panel
  • Lux/Feet-candle selectable by pressing button on the front panel
  • Air velocity measuring units selectable by pressing button on the front panel for five kinds of units
  • Multi channels display for relative humidity and temperature measured values or air velocity and temperature measured values at the same time
  • Zero button design makes light meter calibration
  • Hold function to freeze the current reading value

Specifications

General specifications

Display: LCD display, 0.3in/8mm digit height
Measurement: Anemometer, Humidity, Temperature, Light meter
Operating Humidity: Max. 80%RH.
Operating Temperature: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
Over Input Display: Indication of "- - - -"
Power Supply: 006P DC 9V battery (Heavy duty type)
Power Consumption: Approx. DC 6.2mA
Dimensions: HWD 6.1x2.4x1.3in/156x60x33mm
Weight: 5.6oz/160g (battery included)

Electrical specifications (23±5°C)

Measurement Range Resolution Accuracy
Air velocity ft/min 80 to 5910 1 ≤20m/s: ±3% F.S. >20m/s: ±4% F.S.
m/s 0.4 to 30.0 0.1
km/h 1.4 to 108.0 0.1
MPH 0.9 to 67.0 0.1
knots 0.8 to 58.3 0.1
Temperature (thermister) 32 to 122°F 0.1°F ±2.5°F
0 to 50°C 0.1°C ±1.2°C
Humidity %RH 10 to 95 0.1 <70%RH: ±4%RH ≥70%RH: ±(4%rdg+1.2%RH)
Temperature (thermister) 32 to 122°F 0.1°F ±2.5°F
0 to 50°C 0.1°C ±1.2°C
Light Lux 0 to 20,000 1±5%rdg±8dgt
Ft-cd 0 to 2,000 1
Temperature (Type K) -148 to 2372°F 0.1°F ±(1%rdg+2°F)
-100 to 1300°C 0.1°C ±(1%rdg+1°C)

Note:
m/s – meters per second
km/h – kilometers per hour
ft/min – feet per minute
knot – nautical miles per hour
mile/h – miles per hour (international knot)

Standard accessories

  • Instruction Manual

Optional Accessories

  • Carrying case
  • Temperature probe Type K

Measuring procedure

1. Air velocity measurement

1) Power on the instrument by pressing the "ON Button" (3-1, Fig. 1).
2) Select the Anemometer function by pressing "Function Button" (3-6, Fig. 1).
3) Press the "Unit/Zero Button" (3-4, Fig. 1) to select/unit that you want and then face the "Anemometer Sensor" (3-7, Fig. 1) to the source of wind.
4) Allow time for the reading to become stable and note the value indicated. From a practical point of view the velocity may fluctuate.

ate-9508 3-1 ON/ESC Button
3-2 Hold Button
3-3 REC/Enter Button
3-4 Unit/Zero/ ← (CFM/CMM) Button.
3-5 °C/°F/↑ Lux/Ft-cd Area-set Button
3-6 Function/↓ Button
3-7 Anemometer Sensor
3-8 Thermocouple Input Socket
3-9 Humidity Sensor
3-10 Light Sensor
3-11 LCD display
3-12 Battery Compartment / Cover
3-13 Wristlet

2. Temperature Measurement (Thermocouple)

1) Power on the instrument by pressing the "ON Button" (3-1, Fig. 1).
2) Plug a type ? thermocouple probe in the "Thermocouple Input Socket" (3-8, Fig. 1).
3) Select the Temperature function by pressing "Function Button" (3-6, Fig. 1).
4) Press the "°C/°F Button" (3-5, Fig. 1) to select °C or °F unit.
5) Contact the Thermocouple Sensor Head with measuring object and the reading value will be displayed on the LCD display.

Measuring Consideration of Temperature Measurement (Thermocouple)
* Please make sure the polarity is correct when you plug a thermocouple probe in the Temp, input socket.
* The temperature difference between thermocouple probe and thermometer will cause an inaccurate measuring result. Therefore, for the best measuring and accuracy performance, whenever change a probe or plug a new probe, thermal equivalent between probe plug and meter's input socket is a necessary condition. Thermal equivalent procedure may take few minutes and apply only when the probe has been exposed to an ambient temperature different from the meter.

3. Humidity & Ambient Temperature Measurement

1) Power on the instrument by pressing the "ON Button" (3-1, Fig. 1).
2) Select the Relative Humidity function by pressing "Function Button" (3-6, Fig. 1).
3) At the mean time the reading value of relative humidity and temperature will be displayed on the LCD display.
4) When the meter is applied in a new environment, a few minutes are required to reach a stable condition.

4. Light Measurement

1) Power on the instrument by pressing the "ON Button" (3-1, Fig. 1).
2) Select the Light Measurement function by pressing the "Function Button" (3-6, Fig. 1) until the light value is displayed. The light display digits are oriented 180° from the other function displays for easy exposure and output reading of the light sensor.
3) Press the "Lux/Ft-cd Button" (3-5, Fig. 1) to select measuring unit "Lux" or "Ft-cd".

Zero Offset Adjustment of Light Function:
* For best results zero the light sensor prior to use in a dark environment. Placing the light sensor end of the meter under a desktop or flat surface so as to block any light can accomplish this. Then press the "Unit/Zero Button" (3-4, Fig. 1) to set the meter indication to zero.
* Zero point can drift due to environment temperature .ind battery power change as well as for other reasons. It Is recommended that the zero be checked frequently using the above procedure.
* Zero adjustment only can be executed if the I measurement Light value ≤ 20lux.

5. Air Flow (CFM. CMM) Measurement

1) Power on the instrument by pressing the "ON Button" (3-1, Fig. 1).
2) Select the Air Flow function by pressing "Function Button" (3-6, Fig. 1) until the display show unit of CMM or CMM.

* Air flow unit "CFM" or "CMM" can be select by pressing the "CFM/CMM Button" (3-4, Fig. 1)
* Area size can be set by by pressing the "Area-Set Button" (3-5, Fig. 1), then use the
↑ Button (3-5, Fig. 1)
↓ Button (3-6, Fig. 1)
←Button (3-4, Fig. 1)
to select the desired area size.

* For the CMM measurement, the area size is "meter square", the lower display will show "m-2". For the CMM, the area setting size is from 0.001 to 30.000 meter square.
* For the CFM measurement, the area size is "feet square", the lower display will show "F-2". For the CMM, the area setting size is from 0.01 to 322.92 feet square.

3) Use the hand to hold the meter, face the "Anemometer Sensor" (3-7, Fig. 1) to the measured wind. In the same time the air flow value (CMM, CFM) will show on the LCD display.


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