Vaisala HMP155 Humidity and Temperature Sensor

The Vaisala HMP155 Humidity and Temperature Sensor provides reliable humidity and temperature measurement.

Features

  • Vaisala HUMICAP 180R sensor for superior long-term stability
  • USB connection for service and calibration
  • Weatherproof, IP66 housing designed for harsh and marine environments
Your Price $846.00
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Vaisala HMP155 Humidity and Temperature SensorHMP155A2GB21A0A1A1A0A HMP155 humidity & temperature sensor, 0-1V, 3.5m cable
$846.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Vaisala HMP155 Humidity and Temperature Sensor
HMP155A2GB21A0A1A1A0A
HMP155 humidity & temperature sensor, 0-1V, 3.5m cable
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$846.00
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Vaisala DTR503A Solar Radiation Shield DTR503A Solar radiation shield, 12"
$427.00
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YOUNG Radiation Shields 41003P-24 Radiation shield, includes 24mm adapter
$146.00
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Vaisala HMP155 USB Connection Cable 221040 USB connection cable for HMP155 relative humidity & temperature probe
$92.00
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Solar radiation shield, 12"
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$427.00
YOUNG Radiation Shields
41003P-24
Radiation shield, includes 24mm adapter
Drop ships from manufacturer
$146.00
Vaisala HMP155 USB Connection Cable
221040
USB connection cable for HMP155 relative humidity & temperature probe
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$92.00
The Vaisala HMP155 Humidity and Temperature Sensor provides reliable humidity and temperature measurement. The HMP155 has a new generation Vaisala HUMICAP 180R sensor that has excellent stability and withstands well harsh environments. The probe structure is solid and the sensor is protected with a sintered Teflon filter, which gives maximum protection against liquid water, dust, and dirt.

The Vaisala HMP155 Humidity and Temperature Sensor is especially designed for use in meteorological applications, such as synoptic and hydrological weather stations, aviation, and road weather. It is also suitable in a wide range of instrumentation, for example, recorders, data loggers, and laboratory equipment and monitoring.
  • (1) HMP155 Humidity & temperature sensor
  • (1) Cable with M8 connector
Questions & Answers
Is my humidity sensor weatherproof?

The Vaisala HMP155 has an IP66 rating which means it is fully protected from dust and debris and protected from quick floods of water.

Please, mind that only logged in users can submit questions

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