Ambient & local probe Temp & RH%, Wood Moisture Equivalent, CO2, motion, tilt, and Power
Ambient & local probe Temp & RH%, and Wood Moisture Equivalent
3 axis acceleration, shock, temperature, humidity, light and pressure
Temperature and Humidity is essential in a multitude of applications, such as:
There are three main measurements of humidity:
Our customers are mostly interested in RH readings and often “in situ” (which means within specially created cavities in building materials, or air flows of drying equipment), so we have developed a range of custom sensors specifically for those applications, and this includes the award winning HygroBug.
Combined Temperature and Relative Humidity
Regardless of the application area Relative Humidity (RH) and temperature almost always go hand in hand as RH without temperature is almost meaningless. For a given amount of moisture in a set amount of air, the RH value will reduce as temperature increases, because hot air is capable of carrying a larger amount of water. This movement of RH with temperature is one of the many important reasons why it is important to record and display graphically the RH and temperature over time with monitoring systems, and not just take sporadic isolated data points on their own
Specific Humidity and Mixing Ratio are derived values from RH and temperature that are calculated on line, in real time on the CDLSmarthub so it can also be displayed graphically per sensor location along with all the other parameters, and have high and low alarms thresholds set for alarm notifications.