Learn about field-checking of humidity and CO2 sensors in HVAC applications
All measurement devices, even those of the highest performance, will drift over time - it's only a question of how much and how quickly. The more critical the application is, the more frequently calibration of the sensor is required.
Field-checking HVAC measurement sensors ensures that they provide accurate and reliable data, which reduces operating costs and saves energy.
Attend this webinar to learn and discuss:
- The importance of field-calibration
- What causes sensors to drift?
- Field-checking process
- How to measure CO2 and RH reliably?
||Lars Stormbom, Product Manager at Vaisala, with over 30 years of experience of industrial and HVAC measurements. He has a background in sensor development and testing, especially the HUMICAP® and DRYCAP® sensors. He holds a Master of Science degree in Technical Physics from the Aalto university of Espoo, Finland.|
Maria Uusimaa is a Product Manager for Vaisala’s hand-helds and semi-industrial transmitters as well as the CARBOCAP technology. She has over 10 years of experience in CO2 measurements in various measurement applications. She holds a Master of Science degree in Electrical and Communications Engineering from the Aalto university of Espoo, Finland and an MBA from HSEEE, Helsinki, Finland.