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Vaisala HMP USB Serial Interface Cable

Vaisala HMP USB Serial Interface Cable

Description

Vaisala HMP USB serial interface cable for HMP60 & HMP110 temperature and humidity sensors

Features

  • M8 connector for sensor connection
  • Allows direct PC interface to HMP sensors
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Vaisala HMP60 Humidity and Temperature Sensor HMP60A12A0A1B0 HMP60 humidity and temperature sensor, 0-1 VDC output Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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