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Dyacon - Model TPH-1 - Temperature, Humidity and Barometric Pressure Sensor (Modbus)

by Dyacon, Inc.     based in Newton, UTAH (USA)

TPH-1 is a digital output air sensor that combines air temperature, relative humidity, and barometric pressure in one sensor device. TPH-1 uses Modbus RS-485 to connect to computers, programmable logic controllers, and some data loggers.The sensor is suitable for use as an outdoor environmental device or for indoor HVAC controls.

Dyacon - Model RGTB-4 - Tipping-Bucket Rain Gauge – Siphon Flow Control

by Dyacon, Inc.     based in Newton, UTAH (USA)

A chrome-plated tipping bucket collects rain in 0.01″ increments. A signal with each tip is sent to attached equipment, such as data loggers or Dyacon Control Modules. RGTB-4 uses a special siphon mechanism to ensure accurate measurements up to 19 in/hr (500 mm/hr).

Model i-Series Sensors - Ultrasonic Sensors With Integrated Measurement Transmitter

by NIVUS GmbH     based in Eppingen, GERMANY

Ultrasonic sensors with integrated measurement transmitter the latest development in ultrasonic level measurement systems.

Motory Aspirated Radiation Shields

by Climatronics Corporation     based in Bohemia, NEW YORK (USA)

Climatronics Motor-Aspirated Solar Radiation Shield, Motor TS-10 (P/N 100325), utilizes a triple-shield design and fan to provide the constant mass flow rate past the sensor(s) necessary to yield accurate temperature values. This shield is superior to a naturally aspirated shield, which relies on the wind conditions for sensor ventilation. ...

Temperature Sensors

by Climatronics Corporation     based in Bohemia, NEW YORK (USA)

Capable of meeting virtually any ambient measurement need, Climatronics’ temperature sensors are accurate durable, and linear over a wide range, can be provided with NIST traceable calibration, and are well matched for high accuracy delta temperature applications. The Air, Water/Soil, and Expanded Range Sensors encase a thermistor bead in a ...

PARTAC Particulate Profiler/Counter Sensor

by Climatronics Corporation     based in Bohemia, NEW YORK (USA)

Climatronics' PARTAC Tactical Particulate Profiler (P/N 102686) is a robust size-selective particulate sampler used as an NBC agent alarm trigger, an ambient monitor for public and work places, and as a ground-truth reference for the verification of standoff particulate detectors. The PARTAC simultaneously monitors airborne particle counts in up ...

Pulsar - Model Flow Pulse - Non-invasive Clamp-on Flow Monitor for Pipes

by Pulsar Process Measurement Ltd     based in Worcestershire, UNITED KINGDOM

Flow Pulse is a unique, non-invasive flow monitor that clamps to the outside of a pipe and is simply secured with a screwdriver. Flow Pulse offers you exceptional repeatability at a fraction of the cost of an equivalent magflow meter. It can reliably monitor flow across a variety of pipe materials including rigid plastic, stainless steel, cast ...

SWAN - Flowcontroller - Flow

by SWAN Analytische Instrumente AG     based in Hinwil, SWITZERLAND

Sampling accessory to regulate flow with pressure reducing valve including flow measurement. Pressure reducing valve (0-4 bar), maximum inlet pressure 10bar. Flowmeter made of Acrylglas with capillary tube including SWAN Flowmeter (Hallsensor) with 1m cable length. Sample in- and outlets with female threads ⅛' for Serto 8 mm connections.

Flow Sensors

by Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc     based in Greifensee, SWITZERLAND

THORNTON offers a variety of paddlewheel, vortex shedding, and sanitary turbine flow sensors to meet the needs of most pure water treatment applications. Smart flow sensors convey their precalibrated values to the 770MAX instrument for ease of installation and startup. Pulse flow sensors can be used with the 770MAX or M300 instruments.

Grundfos - Direct Sensors

by Grundfos Pumps Corporation     based in Bjerringbro, DENMARK

Grundfos Direct Sensors is an endeavour started by the Grundfos Group in 1990 with the desire to have pumps controlled by means of a differential pressure sensor for higher energy efficiency. During development, the opportunity for more than just integration or measuring dP across the pump evolved. That is why today, Direct Sensors™ stands ...

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