OEM Humidity / Temperature Probes

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Analogue & Digital Humidity / Temperature Probe Series EE08

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Specifications

  • Working humidity range: 0 – 100 %RH
  • Working temperature range: -40 to 80 °C (-40 to 176 °F)
  • Digital output: SMBus like (2-wire)
  • Analogue output: 0 – 1 / 2.5 / 5 V
  • Easy interfacing to micro-controller
  • Interchangeable in seconds due to connector
  • Calibration data stored in probe
  • Very small dimensions
  • Excellent price / performance ratio
  • Low energy consumption and short start-up time
  • Calibrated against NIST traceable factory standards

 

Digital Humidity / Temperature Probes Series EE07 – OEM Only

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Specifications

  • Working range: 0 – 100 %RH
  • Digital output: 0.00 – 100.00 %RH
    -40.00 – +80.00 °C (-40 to 176 °F)
  • EE07   –  E2 interface, 2 wire
    –  supply  3.8 – 5.5 Vdc
  • EE071 –  RS485 / Modbus in slave mode, 2 wire
    –  supply 4 – 18 Vdc
  • Easy interfacing to micro-controller
  • Interchangeable in seconds due to connector
  • Calibration data stored in probe
  • Very small dimensions
  • Excellent price / performance ratio
  • Low energy consumption
  • Calibrated against NIST traceable factory standards

 

Analogue Humidity / Temperature Probes Series EE060 / EE061

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Specifications

  • Working range: 0 – 100 %RH
  • Temperature Range: -40 – 60 °C (-40 to 140 °F)
  • Outputs EE060:
    Humidity / Temperature: 0 – 1 V / 0 – 5 V / 0 – 10 V
    Temperature passive additonal (option)
  • Outputs EE061:
    Humidity: 4 – 20 mA (2-wire)
    Temperature passive (option)
  • Fixed cable with different lengths or connector (EE060)
  • Housing polycarbonate IP65 (NEMA4x)
  • Very small dimensions
  • Excellent price / performance ratio
  • Low energy consumption
  • Calibrated against NIST traceable factory standards

 

Please note: Manual data files can be quite large, please be patient while downloading.
The manuals are for information purposes only and shouldn’t be used for operating the instrument