VAISALA HMS110 Series Humidity and Temperature Transmitters for High-Accuracy Outdoor Measurements in Building Automation

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VAISALA HMS110 Series Humidity and Temperature Transmitters for High-Accuracy Outdoor Measurements in Building Automation

Proven Vaisala HUMICAP® Performance for Outdoor Measurements

 

HMS110 transmitters are equipped with the trusted HUMICAP® 180R – a robust, general-purpose humidity sensor that functions well in high humidity. The sensor’s superior stability ensures long-lasting accuracy and minimal maintenance throughout the transmitter’s lifetime.

The integrated radiation shield allows unrivalled measurement performance, reducing the impact of sunshine on temperature and humidity measurements and ensuring measurement accuracy in outdoor conditions.

 

Easy Installation and Maintenance

 

HMS110 transmitters are easy to install. They can be mounted directly onto a wall or pole without any extra accessories. There are no loose parts, screws are retained in the enclosure, all connectors are clearly labeled, and the connectors are within easy reach. The HUMICAP® sensor’s excellent long-term stability and high-quality materials ensure minimal need for maintenance. If necessary, the transmitter can be field-calibrated using either an HM70 Hand-Held Humidity and Temperature Meter, or a PC connection.

 

 

▪Reliable outdoor transmitters with integrated radiation shields

▪±2 %RH accuracy

▪Proven HUMICAP® 180R sensor for long-lasting accuracy

▪3-point NIST traceable calibration (certificate included)

▪Default output parameters are relative humidity and temperature. Dew point temperature, wet bulb temperature, and enthalpy outputs selectable with a PC connection.

▪Current output (4...20 mA)

▪On-site calibration with HM70 Hand-Held Meter or PC connection

▪Ingress protection IP65

 

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