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I have a new project that requires to measure airflow in a 14"x24" rectangle duct that is 15' long. It is part of a machine and sometimes they need to to turn down the fan. An airflow meter would ensure they turn the airspeed back to the same setting all the time. I will use a V130 to keep it low budget. Thanks in advance!

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I wouldn't put an anemometer inside a duct.  A pitot tube is typically used with a differential pressure sensor to report air velocity-

 

http://www.dwyer-inst.com/Product/AirVelocity/PitotTubes/SeriesPAFS-1000

 

http://www.dwyer-inst.com/Product/Pressure/DifferentialPressure/Transmitters/Series668

 

If you're not familiar with these do a little Googling to learn how they work.

 

Joe T.

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