New Humidity and Temperature Probe by Michell Instruments Ltd.

The Michell PCMini52 relative humidity (RH) and temperature probe provides excellent accuracy and stability in a package that is small yet tough for harsh environments.

Widely used for applications including controlled environments, precision manufacturing and meteorology, the instrument comes with a range of options to match usage requirements.

The Michell PCMini52 relative humidity (RH) and temperature probe.

The PCMini52 utilises a thin-film capacitive sensor, designed for extremely fast response and long-term stability for repeatable measurements. The design provides a large capacitive response to small changes in humidity which, in turn, makes the sensor highly sensitive to even small changes in humidity. Digital temperature compensation further ensures excellent device linearity. The PCMini52 electronics are coated in a protective resin to ensure high reliability even in damp and harsh environmental conditions and it has the option of a stainless steel housing for added strength and robustness.

With a miniature space envelope of 80mm in length and 12mm diameter, this versatile probe has a range of output signal options and offers %RH, dew-point, absolute humidity or wet bulb along with temperature readings. The extremely low power consumption of the probe enables it to be used with a battery or for wireless operation if required – ideal for remote applications such as weather stations.

Michell Instruments is a global leader and pioneer in humidity measurement. It employs some of the key experts in the field of relative humidity measurement and offers one of the widest range of RH products and technologies to match and optimize a process.

The PCMini52 packages reliability and flexibility into a miniature design: the resulting low power consumption and fast settling time yield high-performance and effective humidity measurements to meet a wide range of needs. Its excellent reliability is further supported by a large network of service and support experts to ensure application requirements are met and processes kept running at maximum efficiency.

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