TSI Inc. Launches Newly Redesigned Test Ventilation and Indoor Air Quality Products

TSI Incorporated is proud to launch a newly redesigned line of thermal anemometers and indoor air quality instruments, including the VelociCalc®Multi-Function Ventilation Meter Model 9565 and the Q-TRAK™ Multi-Function IAQ MonitorModel 7575. Backed by proven technology and TSI’s commitment to innovation, the recently updated products provide highly accurate, fast, and easy-to-use measurement instrumentation for building service contractors, commissioning specialists, facility engineers, HVAC experts, and research professionals.

Based on an ergonomic design scheme, TSI’s handheld ventilation meters include a comfortable probe holder and feature a large display screen for viewing key IAQ measurement parameters effortlessly. Menu prompts and step-by-step instructions guide the user through operation, instrument setup and field calibration in one of 12 different languages, ensuring ease-of-use; while additional “plug and play” sensors and probes can easily be swapped out to further augment the instruments’ usability and range of measurement capabilities.

Now equipped with the expanded storage capacity of TRAKPRO™ data analysis software and the straightforward LogDat2™ downloading software program, TSI’s newest instruments make data logging and analysis more convenient than ever before. In fact, users can opt for data to be recalled, reviewed on screen, downloaded, or printed in real-time; alternatively, measurements can be tracked for longer term trending and later graphed for more effective reporting.

Long trusted by professionals the world over for best-in-class indoor air quality measurement instrumentation, TSI’s newly redesigned ventilation meters raise the bar yet again.

To learn more, visit www.tsi.com.

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