Common Pitfalls of HVAC Sensor Installation

Industrial Manufacturing and Processes
Industrial Measurements


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When measuring humidity, temperature, and carbon dioxide in HVAC applications, whether you are optimizing cooling towers or demand-controlled ventilation, installing the sensors correctly is just as important as the technologies you choose.

Even if you have selected the perfect instrument for your operation, you will not capture reliable and accurate measurements unless you install it correctly. Precise measurement and control help optimize energy efficiency and promote conservation.

In this 40-minute webinar, you will learn about sensor installation best practices for monitoring in an HVAC application. The most common pitfalls to avoid and important considerations when installing HVAC sensors will be addressed.

Sensor types discussed in the webinar:

  • Wall-mounted Humidity and Temperature sensors
  • Wall-mounted CO2 sensors
  • Duct-mounted Humidity and Temperature sensors
  • Duct-mounted CO2 sensors
  • Outdoor Humidity and Temperature sensors
  • Outdoor CO2 sensors


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Kevin Walsh
Application Sales Engineer 

Kevin Walsh is an Application Sales Engineer at Vaisala with over three years of providing high-quality and accurate measurement solutions to complex applications in the building automation, life science, and automotive industries. He has a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Rhode Island and will soon have an MBA from the University of Massachusetts Lowell.