Vaisala HUMICAP® Humidity and Temperature Transmitter Series HMDW110 is suitable for relative humidity, dew-point, enthalpy, wet-bulb temperature and temperature measurement in demanding HVAC applications. The series includes transmitters for duct mounting, IP65-classified wall transmitters, and outdoor transmitters with integrated radiation shields.
The cost-efficient HMDW110 series transmitters are equipped with trusted HUMICAP® 180R sensors. The sensor’s superior long-term stability minimizes maintenance needs throughout the transmitter’s lifetime. The most popular control parameters in free cooling – dew point temperature, wet-bulb temperature, and enthalpy – are available as output parameters. The transmitters come with a calibration certificate. 5-year warranty is valid for instruments purchased in 2021 and beyond.
The HMD110 and HMW110 transmitters can be ordered with a catalytic HUMICAP® sensor 180V. The catalytic sensor improves stability especially in hydrogen peroxide sterilized environments where repeated condensation is expected. Transmitters can be installed into difficult-to-reach locations, while measurement data can be read from a more convenient spot.
Please note that the configurable models are delivered with customer-specific output settings, including calculated humidity parameters and special scaling of outputs.
An integrated radiation shield enables unrivaled measurement performance. It reduces the impact of the sunshine on temperature and humidity measurements, and ensures measurement accuracy in outdoor conditions.
The HMD110 transmitter can be ordered with a catalytic HUMICAP® sensor HUMICAP® 180V.
On-site calibration with a Vaisala HM70 Hand-Held Meter or PC connection.
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