Relative Humidity/Temperature Transmitter, 5 to 95%, 5 to 140 °F


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The EWS-RH is a combination dual output Relative Humidity/Temperature Transmitter. A thin film temperature compensated, polymer capacitor senses relative humidity while a solid state temperature sensor measures ambient temperature. Independent user selectable 4 to 20mA or 1 to 5VDC outputs are provided for both measured parameters via a terminal strip connection. EWS-series of transmitters are designed for wall mounting in locations that are free from dirt, grease, food particles and condensing moisture such as manufacturing clean rooms, computer rooms and laboratory type environments. Plastic wall anchors and mounting screws are with for mounting to standard wallboard.
  • Thin film polymer capacitor sensor (relative humidity)
  • Solid state sensor (temperature)
  • Acrylonitrile butadiene enclosure
  • ±1% RH Repeatability
  • 5 to 140°F Temperature compensation range


Sensing & Instrumentation, Computers & Computer Peripherals, Test & Measurement

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