Fluke 922 Airflow Meter/Kit

Model#: Fluke-922/KIT Part#: 2679831 UPC#: 0 95969 35532 2
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Key features

Fluke 922 was designed and built for how (and where) you do your job, with performance, ruggedness and ease of use, setting the Fluke 922 apart from the competition. The bright white display and ruggedized holster and wrist strap let you take the Fluke 922 into less than ideal environments. The color-coded hoses help you keep track of where your readings are coming from. The simple, intuitive interface means you can measure pressure, velocity, or airflow at the push of a button. The Fluke 922 helps you analyze airflow. Easily.

  • Powerful meter provides differential and static pressure, air velocity and flow readings
  • Convenient colored hoses help proper interpretation of pressure readings
  • Easy to use without sacrificing performance
  • Bright, backlit display for clear viewing in all environments 
  • User-defined duct shape and size for maximum airflow accuracy
  • Resolution down to 0.001 in H2O
  • 99 point data storage capacity
  • Min/Max/Average/Hold functions for easy data analysis
  • Auto power off saves battery life
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Product overview: Fluke 922 Airflow Meter/Kit

Analyze airflow. Easily. The 922 Micromanometer.

Today’s HVAC technicians want a simple solution for diagnosing ventilation issues. Differential pressure measurements only tell part of the story. Technicians also want to measure air velocity and flow, without having to resort to expensive, difficult to use, specialist tools. The Fluke 922 makes airflow measurements easy by combining three tools: differential pressure, airflow, and velocity into a single, rugged meter.

Use the Fluke 922 micromanometer to:

  • Measure pressure drops across key HVAC equipment to drive peak performance and extend equipment life
  • Match ventilation to occupant loads
  • Monitor indoor vs. outdoor pressure relationships and manage the building envelope
  • Promote indoor comfort and quality
  • Perform duct traversals for accurate airflow readings

Specifications: Fluke 922 Airflow Meter/Kit

Technical Specifications
Air pressureRange / Resolution / Accuracy±4000 Pascals / 1 Pascal / ±1% + 1 Pascal
±16 inH2O/ 0.001 inH2O/±1% + 0.01 inH2O
±400 mmH2O/ 0.1 mmH2O / ±1% + 0.1 mmH2O
±40 mbar /0.01 mbar / ±1% + 0.01 mbar
±0.6 psi / 0.0001 psi /±1% + 0.0001 psi
Air velocityRange / Resolution / Accuracy250 to 16,000 fpm / 1 fpm / ±2.5% of reading at 2000 fpm (10.00 m/s)
1 to 80 m/s / 0.001 m/s / ±2.5% of reading at 2000 fpm (10.00 m/s)
Air flow (volume)Range / Resolution / Accuracy0 to 99,999 cfm / 1 cfm / Accuracy is a function of velocity and duct size
0 to 99,999 / 1 m3/hr / Accuracy is a function of velocity and duct size
0 to 99,999 l/s / 1 l/s / Accuracy is a function of velocity and duct size
TemperatureRange / Resolution / Accuracy0°C to 50°C / ±1% + 2°C / 0.1°C
32°F to 122°F / ±1% + 4°F / 0.1°F
General Specifications
Operating temperature0°C to +50°C (+32°F to +122°F)
Storage temperature-40°C to +60°C (-40°F to +140°F)
Relative humidity0% to 90%, non-condensing
IP ratingIP40
Operating altitude2000 m
Storage altitude12000 m
EMI, RFI, EMCMeets requirements for EN61326-1
VibrationMIL-PREF-28800F, Class 3
Max pressure at each port10 psi
Data storage capacity99 readings
Warranty2 years
Power, battery lifeFour AA batteries
Battery life280 hours without backlight, 60 hours with backlight

Models: Fluke 922 Airflow Meter/Kit

Part#: 2679831
UPC#: 0 95969 35532 2

Does this instrument need recalibration annually?

Asked by: Miranda
It is recommended that the Fluke 922 Airflow Meter be recalibrated annually.
Answered by: FlukeCorporation
Date published: 2024-05-13


Asked by: AHMED
To obtain negative pressure measurements with the Fluke 922 you would attach the rubber tube to the input port and keep the reference port open. Turn on the meter, and zero it out in the pressure mode. The reference port would be open in the isolation room while having the tube taking measurements outside the door. You are looking for a negative pressure for the isolation room, to identify that everything from the isolation room is not being drawn out into the building.
Answered by: FlukeCorp
Date published: 2023-02-22

is this instrument need to be re-calibrate?

Asked by: syams
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