Vaisala Temperature Probe TMP1 is designed for demanding temperature measurements in industrial applications such as pharmaceutical industry and calibration laboratories, where accuracy and robustness are essential. The TMP1 is part of the Indigo family and compatible with Indigo500 and Indigo200 series transmitters.
The probe is plug and play compatible with Vaisala Indigo™ series of transmitters, or it can be used as a standalone digital Modbus RTU transmitter over RS-485 serial bus.
Indigo transmitters offer a variety of connectivity options through analog signals or digital outputs, configurable relays, and wireless (WLAN) configuration interface.
When the TMP1 probe is connected to a control system with HMP7, it is possible to have relative humidity measurement in actual process temperature while using probe heating in the relative humidity probe HMP7.
Learn about the benefits of using two probes measuring either the same parameter or two different ones.
Environmental measurement devices are also becoming smart. Unlike in the past when measurement probes could not be used on their own, the new wave of smart measurement probes can operate independently without additional transmitters.
As one of the world’s leading suppliers of high quality malt products, Viking Malt has investigated the advantages of continuous humidity monitoring inside the malting process at its facility using Vaisala’s Indigo520 and HMP7 and TMP1 probes.
Isolava began a project to optimize the drying process, led by Project Engineer Peter Vaneyghen. The first step was to install humidity sensors in the dryer in order to get a better understanding of the dynamics of the drying process. The consumption of natural gas alone has decreased by some 20% and the annual savings across all ten dryers add up to hundreds of thousands of euros.
Relative humidity, absolute humidity, wet-bulb temperature, enthalpy, water concentration, and many more. Humidity calculations and conversions made easy.