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Thermo-Hygrograph Has Internal Sensors To Measure Humidity And Temperature

May 1, 2001

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Thermo-Hygrograph Has Internal Sensors To Measure Humidity And Temperature

May, 2001

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Thermo-Hygrograph Has Internal Sensors To Measure Humidity And Temperature

0501-pn-17.jpgThe new Lufft Opus 10 mini digital thermo-hygrograph from Abbeon Cal detects and records humidity and temperature using internal sensors. It is designed to hang on a wall or sit on a shelf and can be used in laboratories, clean rooms and manufacturing environments. It does not require changing pens or charts.

The temperature is Centigrade/ Fahrenheit switchable (-20 to 50 C/-4 to 122 F) and is rated accurate to ±0.3 C (0 to 40 C). The relative humidity measuring range is 10 to 95%, with an accuracy of ±3%. Unit can hold 120,000 readings and allows users to select a recording interval of 1, 10 or 30 sec; 1 or 30 min; or 1, 3, 6, 12 or 24 hr.

Price is $520 and includes Windows-based SmartGraph software for evaluating data graphically and numerically, an instruction manual,RS-232 download cable and battery.

Abbeon Cal, Inc.
Santa Barbara, CA

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