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Humidity Calculator

Humidity calculations and conversions made easy – online, offline and on the go

The free Vaisala Humidity Calculator allows you to calculate several humidity parameters from one known value. Make unit conversions on the fly, and see the effects of changing ambient conditions, like temperature and pressure. Humidity Calculator makes complex manual calculations and conversions a thing of the past.

The tool includes calculation and conversion for: * relative humidity, * dew point / frost point, * absolute humidity, * water content, * mixing ratio, * vapor pressure, * parts per million, * wet bulb temperature, * enthalpy, * specific volume, * density.

The Online Calculator and PC application have eight language options to select from: * English, * Chinese, * Dutch, * Finnish, * French, * German, * Japanese and * Portuguese. The iPhone and Android versions of the Calculator are available in English only.

Start Online Humidity Calculator Start Online Calculator

Simply follow the link to start making humidity calculations online right away!

Download Humidity Calculator Windows App Download Windows app

Download the standalone Vaisala Humidity Calculator app for your Windows PC. After you complete the registration form, you’ll be sent a download link via email. Once downloaded, double click the file to start the installation.

Download Humidity Calculator iPhone App Download iPhone app

The Vaisala Humidity Calculator app for iPhone offers the same functionality as the online calculator, giving you access to easy humidity calculations and conversions on the go. Available from App Store, the app can also be used on your iPad. Just follow the link to download.

Download Humidity Calculator Android App Download Android app

The Vaisala Humidity Calculator app for Android phones offers the same functionality as the online calculator, giving you access to easy humidity calculations and conversions on the go. Available from Google Play Store, just follow the link to download.

Version history of the Windows application

Version 3.1 2014-02-08
- Fixed a bug in the pressure unit (psig) conversion.
- New rounding function to improve calculation accuracy at extreme conditions.
- Minor user interface improvements.

Version 3.0 2013-08-27
- Entirely new calculation engine.
- New calculated parameters: enthalpy, specific volume, density.
- Replaced Basic and Advanced tabs with a customizable user interface.
End user can now decide which measurement parameters are shown on the screen.

Version 2.2 2009-11-23
- Fixed a calculation bug related to user changing both ambient conditions (T, P) at the same time. Now re-calculation happens immediately after condition has been changed.
- Fixed a bug in language negotiation that resulted in "Locale not found" errors in some localization combinations.
- New Vaisala visuals.

Version 2.1 2008-04-23
- Fixed a calculation bug related to user changing ambient conditions (T, P).
  Now all values are calculated based on new ambient conditions.

Version 2.0 2008-04-08
- Wetbulb calculation added. User can insert custom psychrometer coefficients.
- All values are calculated after changes in ambient conditions (T, P, gas type).
- Maximum ambient temperature increased to +373 °C (+703 °F).
- Portuguese localization added.

Version 1.3 2007-06-28
- Fixed a bug in pressure unit conversion when converting to or from mmHg/Torr.

Version 1.2 2007-04-05
- Improved accuracy of vapor pressure calculation in high temperatures.

Version 1.1.1 2007-02-01
- Fixed a calculation bug related to using custom gases.

Version 1.1 2007-01-15
- Comma can be used as decimal separator in addition to full stop.
- Improved calculation formula for natural gas in high pressures (above 40 bar).
- Print button introduced. Use to print the whole calculator screen.
- Copy values button introduced. Use to copy/paste calculated values to other programs, e.g. Microsoft Excel.
- Switching from Basic to Advanced mode does not reset the calculation.
- Input error messages are displayed in selected units. E.g. Temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit.