A building should only let in outdoor air at design points where it is intended. The ventilation should be efficiently distributed to areas where it is required. Tools in this category will help diagnose problems with the building envelope and air distribution within the space. Measurements possible with these tools include tracking air pressure, air quality, leakage, and air flow.

Fluke PV350 Multimeter Adapter


The PV350 Pressure/Vacuum Transducer Module (the module) measures gauge pressure; the difference between atmospheric (barometric) pressure and the pressure (or vacuum) applied to the pressure port on the transducer. It then converts that measurement to 1 mV dc per unit. A module and a high-performance digital multimeter (DMM) with min/max function become a datalogger capable of measuring peak high and peak low.


Carbon Dioxide and Temperature Monitor

Carbon Dioxide and Temperature

Identify areas with low or substandard ventilation. Identify hidden energy savings in over-ventilated spaces. Determine if ventilation is a factor in air quality complaints. Locate the presence of combustion fumes from vehicles and appliances. Use as a reference to calibrate wall mounted CO2 sensors. Telaire 7001 with Onset cable to hook to hobo and 120 V. adapter 6V, 500mA output. See attachments for additional information.

Sensor Range (Accuracy): 
Telaire 7001 operating range: 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C), 0 to 95% RH, non-condensing Display resolution: ±1 ppm Accuracy: ±50 ppm or 5% of reading, whichever is greater Response time: <60 seconds for 90% of step change Warm-up time: <60 seconds at 72°F (22°C)
Compatible Tools: 
HOBO U12-012 & Temperature Sensor TMC6-HD/TMC20-HD

Fluke RMS Multimeter

Temperature and Microamp

The Fluke 117 Electricians Multimeter is a compact, CAT III 600 V, True-rms meter that includes an easy-to-use interface with a bright backlight for darker worksites. It saves you time and enables you to move from job to job more quickly. With a quick turn of the dial you can get measurements for: