- Isolated 4-20mA Outputs
- Configurable for Humidity or Dew Point Temperature
- Configurable Ranges
- 3 or 6 Meter Cable Length
- IP65 Electronic Housing Rating
- Sensor Rated for -10 to 65°C and 145 PSI
The RHT-P10 has several configurable parameters which are set by using the free downloadable software and the TxConfig-USB adapter. Configurable settings include:
- Humidity or Dew Point Temperature - The RHT-P10 can be configured to transmit either humidity or dew point temperature
- Scalable Measurement Range/Output- Both the humidity and temperature measurement ranges are settable. This allows you to optimize the 4-20mA output range.
- Sensor Failure - Upon sensor failure the output may be set to go to either 4 mA or 20mA.
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|RHT-P10-3M||RHT-P10 with 3 meter sensor cable
|RHT-P10-6M||RHT-P10 with 6 meter sensor cable|
|TxConfig-USB||USB Configuration Adapter|
|RHT-P10 Data Sheet|
|RHT-P10 User Manual|
Range: Programmable between 0 and 100 % RH or -100 and 103°C (-148 and 217.4 °F) for dew point.
Accuracy: 3% (refer to diagram)
Response Time: 8 seconds @25°C (in fairly still air)
Output Resolution: 0.022mA
Range: Programmable between -40 and 120°C
Accuracy: 0.5°C (refer to diagram)
Response Time: up to 30s (in fairly still air)
Output Resolution: 0.006mA
Outputs: Two 4-20mA, 2-wire loop
Power Supply: 12 to 30 Vdc
Isolation: Outputs are isolated from one another
Maximum Load Resistance: (Vdc-12)/0.02 where Vdc = Power supply in Volts.
Electronic Module Protection: IP65
Sensor Protection: IP40
Electronic Module Operating Limits: -10 to 65°C, 0 to 95%RH
Sensor Operating Limits: -10 to 65°C, 0 to 100%RH, 10Bar(145 PSI)
Sensor Thread: 1/2"BSP, 304 stainless steel
Sensor Cable Length: 3m or 6m
Certifications: CE Mark
The sensor may be damaged or lose calibration if it is exposed to aggressive atmospheres with high concentrations of as Chloride Acid, Nitride Acid, Sulfuric Acid and Ammonia. Acetone, Ethanol and Propylene Glycol may also cause measurement damage.