Humidity and temperature probe with digital interface
Sep 02 2020 Read 353 Times
The EE072 from E+E Elektronik is a highly accurate humidity and temperature probe for demanding process and climate control tasks. The probe can be used for example in agriculture and livestock farming, the food and pharmaceutical industries or in clean rooms. The digital interface with the Modbus RTU or CANopen communication protocol facilitates the design-in of the EE072.
A wide temperature range of -40 to 80 °C (-40 to 76 °F), the robust IP65 stainless steel or polycarbonate enclosure and various filter caps make the EE072 a versatile sensing probe. The very good temperature compensation and configurable pressure compensation ensure high measuring accuracy of up to ±1.3 % RH and ±0.1 °C.
The E+E Sensor-Coating protects the humidity sensing element against corrosive and electrically conductive contamination. This ensures excellent long-term stability even in harsh environments. In combination with the rugged sensing head and the encapsulated measuring electronics, the EE072 is ideally suited for particularly demanding measuring tasks.
The digital sensing probe is available with an RS485 interface and the Modbus RTU protocol or a CAN interface with the CANopen protocol. The two standardised communication protocols allow the direct integration of the EE072 into the control systems commonly used in the industrial sector. In addition, the industry-standard M12x1 connecting plug allows for fast electrical system integration.
The EE072 not only measures relative humidity and temperature, it also calculates all humidity related parameters, such as the dew point, frost point or wet bulb temperature, etc.
The sensing probe can be easily configured with the help of an optional adapter and the free configuration software.
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