Dwyer Instruments Launches WHP Wireless Temperature-Humidity Sensors with Improved Features

Dwyer Instruments, USA, has added a novel series of WHP Temperature / Humidity Wireless Sensors to its portfolio.

WHP Temperature / Humidity Wireless Sensor

The new s sensors series is amenable to  positioning and lessening the wiring expenditure. The sensors function using a transmitter having a 418 MHz frequency and convey information to about 100 feet without utilizing a repeater. The sensors yield current, voltage or resistance measurements on linkage with an output system and receiver. The whole unit, which is supplied with two AA batteries, benefits users in relocating the sensors to a different area with less expenditure. The battery is durable, for about five to eight years, with a transmission rate of nearly one measurement in every ten seconds.

The external air sensors and the duct mounts protect the sensor particulates as they comprise sintered filters. The wall fixed sensors are equipped with fine adjustments or override keys that can be operated manually.

Source: http://www.dwyer-inst.com

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