The AKCP Air Velocity Transmitter is designed for systems that generate heat, and a steady flow of air is necessary to dissipate this in order to maintain system reliability and safety.
The Air Velocity Transmitter sensor is placed in the path of the air stream, where the user can monitor the status and the amount of the flowing air. The sensorProbe or securityProbe web interface shows this information using a percentage and graphical display. In addition to an on/off indication, it also graphs the analog values over a period of time. If, for example, the air flow decreases the web interface will show an indication of change over time.
In addition to the web interface readings the sensor has its own SNMP OID for alarm/normal status and to get the current analog value. SNMP traps are sent when critical. polling via SNMP get is also available.