E+E Elektronik GmbH - PRODUCT NEWS

Measure Humidity and Dew Point in High Humidity and Chemical Applications.

The NEW, highly accurate transmitters of the EE33 series are designed for fast and reliable measurement of relative humidity, dew point temperature, absolute humidity and six more climatic measuring quantities under the most demanding conditions.

Neither condensation nor heavy chemical pollutions will affect prompt and reliable measurements. Process pressures as high as 100bar (1450psi) and continuous high humidity are also no problem for the EE33 series.

The core of this transmitter is the new monolithic measurement cell type HMC1, manufactured in thin-film technology by E+E Elektronik.

Chemical contamination and also condensation will actually evaporate due to the innovative design of the HMC1 measurement cell. The monolithic construction of the sensor allows a fast return to normal conditions and a continuation of the measurement.

Additionally with the inimitable E+E sensor coating the HMC1 measurement cell is even better protected against corrosive and short-circuit-causing conductive soils.

Distinctive models and mounting versions allow the EE33 series to be utilized in numerous uses like measurement of relative humidity during temporary condensation, measurement of dew point temperature at continuous high humidity, measurement of relative humidity at continuous high humidity, measurement of relative humidity at high chemical exposure and measurement of relative humidity at process pressures up to 100bar (1450psi).

Typical applications are e.g. monitoring of cheese cellars & mushroom growing, meteorological measurements in foggy areas or off-shore and measurements in fields of process automation, sterilization and autoclave processes.

For more information, please contact :-

E+E Elektronik Ges.m.b.H.
Langwiesen 7
A-4209 Engerwitzdorf, AUSTRIA
Phone: +43 (0)7235 605-328
Fax: +43 (0)7235 605-8
Email: info@epluse.com

March 2008

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