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Accurate relative humidity and high temp measurements in harsh environments

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MANY industrial processes involve high temperatures, often combined with harsh and corrosive environments. These types of conditions are not normally the best environment for precision instrumentation to be placed, as the sensors and equipment can degrade quickly.

Against this background, Instrotech is offering Michell DT722 relative humidity and temperature transmitters for industrial use. According to the company, these pre-configured products have been chosen to meet the requirements of many standard humidity measurement applications.

“They are specifically designed for process applications within HVAC, agriculture and environment, where accurate, stable measurement and control of humidity and temperature is required,” the company said in a statement.

“The units are exceptionally reliable and robust with a strong, stainless steel housing providing corrosion resistance, protection against rough handling or accidental damage and ingress protection to IP65 (NEMA 4).”

Additionally, the probe can withstand temperatures up to 150°C.

 

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