Bullet Sensors & Transducers e-Digest, Vol. 94, Issue 7, July 2008: Product News

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Compact, Multifunctional Dew Point Transmitter for Measurements Down to -80C

 

 

The new dew point transmitter Series EE371 from E+E Elektronik enables dew point temperature measurements in the range from -80 to +60C (-112.140F).

 

The auto-calibration feature and the specifically for these applications designed dew point sensor element provide outstanding accuracy and very good long-term stability. Wettability, fast response time and high resistance against chemical pollutants are the main features of this sensor element HMC01, developed by E+E Elektronik in thin film technology.

 

The sensing head is pressure tight up 100 bar (1450 psi) and can be mounted either with a G ISO or a NPT thread.

 

The rugged, compact metal housing of Series EE371 is rotatable over the full 360 degrees, allowing positioning for excellent readability of the optional dual-line display and easy accessibility of the robust industrial electrical connector - even in difficult mounting situations.

 

Both analogue outputs are freely scalable and configurable. It is possible to have the transmitter equipped with switching outputs. Status indicators provide easy on-site diagnostics.

 

Typical applications are monitoring of compressed air systems, refrigerant dryers, absorption dryers, plastics dryers and high-voltage circuit breakers.

 

 

 

 

Contact:

 

Ing. Werner Hentscholek

E+E Elektronik GmbH

Langwiesen 7

A-4209 Engerwitzdorf, Austria

Tel.: +43 - 7235-605-0

Fax: +43 - 7235-605-8

E-mail: info@epluse.com

 

 

dew point transmitter Series EE371

 

 

 

 

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