NTI's new Temperature/Humidity Sensor with 3-Digit 7-Segment LCD Display adds to their popular line of environment monitoring sensors. The sensor can be used to detect and view real-time temperature or humidity readings, and is compatible with the ENVIROMUX-2D/5D/16D Enterprise Environment Monitoring Systems.
The ENVIROMUX-STHS-LCD supports applications from -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C) and 0 to 90% non-condensing relative humidity. It has a temperature accuracy of ±0.72°F (±0.4°C) for 14 to 140°F (-10 to 60°C) and ±0.90°F (±0.5°C) for -4 to 14°F (-20 to -10°C). Humidity accuracy is ±3% at 0 to 80% relative humidity and ±4% at 80 to 90% relative humidity.
The temperature/humidity sensor features a three-digit, seven-segment display with °F, °C and % indicators and a character height of 0.39 in (10mm). The LCD display window has dimensions of 1.10x0.51 inches (28x13mm). Your staff can use the touch-sensitive Mode button on the LCD display to alternate between temperature and humidity readings. A touch sensitive Light button activates an LED backlight for five seconds for a clear view in dark environments.
The Temperature/Humidity Sensor with LCD Display has compact dimensions of 2.7x1.5x4.25 inches (69x38x108 mm) and is wall mountable. Up to 1,000 ft (305 m) of CAT5/5e/6/6a cable (24 AWG) can be connected between the sensor and the ENVIROMUX unit.
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