How to measure outdoor humidity in HVAC applications

Buildings and Indoor Air Quality
Industrial Measurements
4PM Paris, 10AM New York

 

Humidity measurements are used in many control strategies to reduce energy consumption in building automation and control systems. What difference does the selection and installation of outdoor humidity sensors cause in HVAC applications?

 

    Summary

    Evaporative cooling and economizers are widely used and also required by some standards. However, not all humidity sensors are suitable for this type of measurement. The drift of the sensor, as well as measurement errors caused by a less than ideal installation, can reduce the potential energy savings significantly.

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    • Ways to save energy by using evaporative cooling and free cooling
    • Selecting a suitable outdoor humidity sensor
    • Error sources that can reduce or eliminate energy savings​​​

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      Anu Kätkä

      Speaker


      The webinar is hosted by Anu Kätkä, who represents Global Product Management at Vaisala Industrial Measurements. She has extensive experience in building automation and management systems as well as metering and monitoring solutions.