TH200 Humidity & Temperature Transmitter

Tuesday, August 09, 2011

The new TH200 Humidity & Temperature Transmitter can be used to measure relative and absolute humidity, dew point, wet and dry temperature, and enthalpy. It is ideal for pharmaceutical & many industrial applications. Features of the TH200 include the following:
- Measuring Ranges from 0 to 100% RH and -40 to +356oF
- Configurable intermediate and center zero ranges
- Accuracy as tight as ±1.5% RH and ±0.3%Rdg±0.45oF
- Resolution of 0.1% RH and 0.1oF/oC
- Smart-Pro system interchangeable probes (PC or Stainless Steel)
- On-site Calibration
- Simultaneous display of 2 parameters
- 2 output 4-20 mA or 0-10 V (4 wires), RS 232, 2 RCR relays 6A/230VAC
- 2 visual (dual color LED) and audible (buzzer) alarms
- Software or Keypad Configuration
- ABS - IP 65 housing, with or without 2-line backlit display

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