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  1. #1
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    Testo Thermal Anemometer(405-V1)

    I know this is only in metric, but the readings can be converted manually.

    How does this compare to the Fieldpiece or other Testo hotwire anemometer?

    seems inexpensive if it is accurate.
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    Thanks for posting this!
    This tool has definitely intrigued my interest and price is great. I do have what may come as a dumb question though.... I get how you can convert meters/second to feet per second. But how can you convert it over to cfm?
    Thanks
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    I guess I will have to check specs again. I thought the description I read said cubic meters per second.

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