relative humidity dataloggers Equipment

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Extech - Model AN340 - Anemometer/Psychrometer Datalogger

by Environmental Monitoring Systems, Inc     based in Charleston, SOUTH CAROLINA (USA)

AN340: CMM/CFM Anemometer/Psychrometer Datalogger. Includes Telescoping Probe with 18mm Diameter Vane Sensor

210-301 Temperature Sensor

by NovaLynx Corporation     based in Grass Valley, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The Model 210-301 Temperature Sensor is a three-terminal integrated circuit sensor whose output voltage is linearly proportional to the Fahrenheit temperature. This sensor does not require any external calibration or trimming to provide typical accuracies of ± 0.5°F at room temperature and ± 1.5°F over a full 0-120°F temperature range. It operates ...

Relative Humidity Sensor 3445

by Aanderaa Data Instruments AS - a Xylem brand     based in Bergen, NORWAY

Relative Humidity Sensor 3445 is designed for use with the Aanderaa Automatic Weather Station 2700, Dataloggers 3660 or 3634 and other sensor readout units.

Extech Humidity and Temperature USB Datalogger RHT10

by EMLab P&K     based in San Bruno, CALIFORNIA (USA)

This easy to use USB datalogger can measure and store 16,000 relative humidity reading and up to 16,000 temperature readings. It’s easy to set alarm thresholds and data sampling rates from 2 seconds to 24 hour readings.

Model DO 2003 - HVAC Datalogger

by Delta OHM S.r.L.     based in Caselle di Selvazzano, ITALY

The DO2003 is a datalogger portable unit, especially designed to make measurements in the field of air-conditioning, heating, ventilation, environmental comfort, energy saving, both in private and industrial sectors, thanks to a complete series of dedicated probes. It measures air speed and flow in ducts, pipe or vents with hot-wire, vane or Pitot ...

Model 88375 - ext. Temp.%RH% Logger

by AZ Instrument Corp.     based in Taichung City 406, TAIWAN

Monitors environment temp. And relative humidity with an external probe, for easy to store and measure, 5 start modes to activate logger's recording ( immediate, schedule, on-line, key start, repeat ), Lcd displaying data being stored & viewing current recording status

AZ-Instrument - Model 7798 - CO2 Datalogger

by AZ Instrument Corp.     based in Taichung City 406, TAIWAN

Advanced co2 logger, your best iaq watcher, Up to 5333 points memory for each parameter, 15 degree tilt angle for easy to see and read, One key touch to activate the logging mode, Real time clock and calendar are displayed, Warning carbon dioxide level from 1000-5000ppm, Super large lcd display co2 value (with good, normal,poor air quality ...

Model HD 207/HD 227 - HD 206/HD 226 - Minidatalogger Temperature

by Delta OHM S.r.L.     based in Caselle di Selvazzano, ITALY

HD206…/HD226… and HD207…/HD227… series dataloggers are low-cost, rugged instruments for a long-term reliable monitoring of temperature and temperature/relative humidity measurements. They are available in different versions: with or without LCD display, with sensors either inside or outside the instrument housing, or ...

Sper Scientific - Model Type K - 800008 - Datalogging Thermometer

by Sper Scientific     based in Scottsdale, ARIZONA (USA)

Automatically records up to 16,000 data points in the field. These can later be downloaded to a computer via the meter’s RS232 port and the results viewed instantly on the ThermoLog Software which comes with the unit. Software also enables real time data logging directly from the thermometer to the computer. Maximum Interval Setting Time is ...

ELPRO ECOLOG-NET LAN/W-LAN NETWORKABLE DATA LOGGERS

by ETM Pacific Pty Ltd     based in AUSTRALIA

ELPRO datalogger series ECOLOG-NET are designed for recording temperature, relative humidity or any 4-20mA input via a W-LAN/LAN network. The data is stored in the internal memory and can be loaded to the PC via the LAN network. The system offers the very highest of data safety as the datalogger continues logging for months even in the event of a ...

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