VAISALA HM40 Hand-Held Humidity and Temperature Meter for Quick Inspections and Spot-Checking

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VAISALA HM40 Hand-Held Humidity and Temperature Meter for Quick Inspections and Spot-Checking

The easy-to-use HM40 is a compact and portable humidity meter that provides reliable measurements in a wide range of applications. It is the ideal spot-checking tool for everything from structural moisture measurement and air conditioning systems to humidity measurement in industrial production processes and life science applications. There are four different models available: HM41, HM42, HM45, and HM46.

 

Simple and Easy to Use

 

The HM40 has a large, user-friendly graphical display and easy-to-use push buttons. The user interface is simple and intuitive, and available in 10 languages. Also, many settings can be modified to meet users’ individual needs. In addition to relative humidity and temperature, the HM40 provides five calculated humidity parameters, all of which are available in metric and non-metric units. The HM40 is powered by 2 AA batteries. An external NiMH charger with USB connection and rechargeable AA sized NiMH batteries are available as an option. Each model also comes with a handy belt clip and case.

 

Easy Recalibration

 

Calibrating the HM40 is easy. The meter or the probe can be sent to a Vaisala Service Center for recalibration. Alternatively, calibration can be completed on site by users with a humidity reference such as the Vaisala Humidity Calibrator HMK15. The indicator includes a calibration reminder function that can be activated by the user.

 

Benefits

▪Compact, portable, and easy to use

▪Versatile meter with wide measurement range and multiple calculated parameters

▪Four different models available: HM41, HM42, HM45, and HM46

▪Ideal for spot-checking in a wide variety of applications

 

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