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Avoid forming of irritating droplets and wetness - New Condensation Monitor Series EE46 from E+E Elektronik

Cooling ceilings, critical areas in HVAC and technical installations, which are operating close to the dewpoint temperature, need an early alarm system against the forming of moisture, because of the potential danger of condensation.

The new condensation monitor EE46 from E+E Elektronik is specially designed for such applications and can be installed in a few seconds on pipelines, walls, and ceilings.

The early detection of "danger of condensation" and as a result the immediate start of counter measures renders this product as very significant.

A special coating protects the sensor and electronics against dirt and dust - a guarantee for a longstanding, stable and above all maintenance free operation.

The fast response, high accurate E+E humidity sensor is exposed to the temperature of the surface of the object by means of a thermal conducting foil. Therefore, the humidity sensor measures the same relative humidity as is present at the surface of the object to be monitored.

If the preset set point of 90 %RH is exceeded the EE46 switches a potential free contact and provides a signal enabling to take early counter measures, e.g. to increase the temperature of the water in the pipe, to decrease the cooling power or to turn on the heat. In addition, a LED on the enclosure indicates the actual status.

The condensation monitor of the Series EE46 is designed to be powered by 24 V ac/dc and is the ideal solution for the early detection of condensation - another innovative member of the E+E HVAC assortment.

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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
Web:
www.epluse.com

January 2010

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