Vaisala HMP110 Humidity and Temperature Sensor

The Vaisala HMP110 Humidity and Temperature Sensor is a trouble-free and cost-effective humidity sensor with high accuracy and good stability for remote data logging applications.

Features

  • Latest generation HUMICAP 180R sensor for best stability
  • HMP110R replacement probe service available for easy maintenance
  • M8 cable connector for integration with Vaisala or other compatible M8 series cables
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Vaisala HMP Sensor Cable HMP50Z032SP HMP sensor cable with M8 connector, 0.3m
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The Vaisala HMP110 Humidity and Temperature Sensor is a trouble-free and cost-effective humidity sensor with high accuracy and good stability for remote data logging applications. The Vaisala HMP110 has very low power consumption, making it ideal for battery-powered applications.

The sensor includes two voltage outputs for temperature and relative humidity in ranges of 0-1, 0-2.5, or 0-5 VDC. An M8 cable connection is available in 0.3m and 3m lengths. Alternatively, the sensor can be integrated with other compatible M8 series cables.

The Vaisala HMP110 Humidity and Temperature Sensor is designed for extreme conditions. The aluminum body is classified as IP65, and the sensor is protected by a membrane filter and a plastic grid. Maintaining measurement traceability is easy using the HMP110R replacement probe service from Vaisala.
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