41382VC

YOUNG Humidity & Temperature Sensors

YOUNG Humidity & Temperature Sensors

Description

The YOUNG 41382 combines a high accuracy humidity sensor and a Platinum RTD temperature sensor.

Features

  • High accuracy, capacitance type humidity sensor
  • Precision platinum RTD temperature sensor
  • Junction box is provided for cable terminations
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The RM Young 41382 probe combines a high accuracy, capacitance-type humidity sensor and precision platinum RTD temperature sensor in one probe. The sensor is mounted in a weatherproof junction box for convenient wiring. Output options are available for 0-1 VDC, and 4-20mA.

For accurate measurements, the RM Young 41382 relative humidity and temperature probe should be installed in a protective radiation shield. Use of the probe without a radiation shield may result in large errors due to solar heating. The probe installs easily in the Model 41003P naturally ventilated or Model 43502 aspirated shield.

The relative humidity and temperature probe is designed to offer years of service with minimal maintenance. As with most humidity sensors, humidity calibration may drift slightly with time. Recalibration will restore the probe to acceptable limits.
Notable Specifications:
  • Output Signal: 0-1 VDC
  • Power Required: 8 mA
  • Temp Calibrated Measuring Range: -50 to 50 C
  • Temp Response Time: 10 seconds (without filter)
  • Temp Accuracy at 0 C: +/-0.3 C
  • Temp Sensor Type: Platinum RTD
  • RH Measuring Range: 0-100% RH
  • RH Accuracy at 20 C: +/-2% RH,
  • RH Stability: Better than +/-1% RH per year
  • RH Response Time: 10 seconds (without filter)
  • RH Sensor Type: Rotronic Hygromer
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YOUNG Humidity & Temperature Sensors 41382VC Relative humidity & temperature probe, degrees Celsius, 0-1 V
$822.00
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YOUNG Humidity & Temperature Sensors 41382VF Relative humidity & temperature probe, degrees Fahrenheit, 0-1 V
$822.00
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YOUNG Humidity & Temperature Sensors 41382LC2 Relative humidity & temperature probe, degrees Celsius, 4-20 mA
$822.00
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YOUNG Humidity & Temperature Sensors 41382LF2 Relative humidity & temperature probe, degrees Fahrenheit, 4-20 mA
$822.00
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YOUNG Sensor Cables 18446 Sensor cable, 5 conductor shielded, 22 AWG, per ft.
$0.60
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YOUNG Radiation Shields 41003P-24 Radiation shield, includes 24mm adapter
$146.00
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YOUNG Aspirated Radiation Shields 43502 Compact aspirated radiation shield, 115/230 VAC adapter
$454.00
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YOUNG Serial Interface 32400 Serial interface
$548.00
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YOUNG Temp Trackers 46203 Temp Tracker temperature/RH display, 110 VAC / 60 Hz adapter
$828.00
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