Pine stocks a wide range of temperature and humidity meters including monitors for heat stress analysis, humidity, temperature, dew point, voltage and current. Whether you are maintaining the integrity of a power plant operation or simply monitoring humidity in a greenhouse, Pine technology is guaranteed to have the perfect instrument for you.
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This microprocessor based relative humidity and temperature hygrometer, measures relative humidity (RH) from 0 to 99.9% RH and temperature from 0.0 degrees to 140.0 degrees F (-18 degrees to 60.0 degrees C) Use this meter for ambient air and environmental applications.
Keeping a specific dew point is requirement for a trouble free plant operation. The mobile dew point measuring instrument DP300 is the ideal service instrument in a handy case. It measures relative humidity, temperature and the dew point up to 15 bars, easy, fast without annoying cable. In general humidity can be measured in all non corrosive active gases. With the pc software the measured data can be recorded in an Excel file and further parameters can be selected: ppm, g/m³, mg/m³, g/kg, atmospheric dew point. Special version up to 350 bars.
A wireless weather station with a versatile sensor suite that combines our rain collector, temperature and humidity sensors and anemometer into one package. You can customize your Vantage Pro2 by adding consoles or the special-purpose options. Available in both wireless and cabled versions. First and only weather station in its class to use frequency hopping spread spectrum radio technology to transmit weather data wirelessly up to 1,000 ft (300 m).
This is a highly accurate instrument for measuring dew point, percent relative humidity, ambient temperature and other psychrometric variables in applications where atmospheric moisture is a concern. This includes cleanrooms, environmental chambers, emissions testing, curing ovens and annealing furnaces. Designed for continuous, unattended monitoring and control, the Model 2002 hygrometer offers an automatic balance cycle which corrects for mirror contaminants and automatically restandardizes the instrument at user-set times and intervals. Includes a dual alarm and serial and analog outputs. Measurements are certified against NIST traceable standards.
When you require accurate measurement of resistance or resistivity over a wide range, the Model 870A resistance indicator is an excellent choice. It offers the precision specified in EIA, ASTM, military and ESD Association standards, and other applications requiring measurements over the range of 100 ohms to one teraohm, using test voltages of 10 and 100 volts. Accessories that come with the rental unit are the Model 850 resistance probe, used to perform point-to-point measurements on floors and work surfaces, and the Model 870M analog meter which reports exact values. The instrument itself indicates pass/fail with visual and audible alarms.
The Fluke Ti45 IR FlexCam thermal imager technology links a real world visual image with a thermal image. It merges the two images into one, with the possibility to blend between the two images or create picture-in-picture combinations. Alarm limits can be superimposed over the visible light image to exactly pinpoint the components exceeding a specified temperature limit.
The datalogging QUESTemp° 36 is the premier monitor within the QUESTemp° Series of Thermal Environment Monitors. The QUESTemp° 36 further simplifies heat stress management efforts by providing users with realtime guidance on stay times and work/rest regimens. The QUESTemp° 36 eliminates the need to carry paper charts, pocket guides and look-up tables into the field.
The QUESTemp° 34 area heat stress monitor struts its stuff with its ability to protect groups of workers with a single instrument. The dry bulb sensor measures ambient temperature. The wet bulb sensor takes into account evaporative cooling, giving an indication of the effects of humidity on an individual. And the globe sensor provides an indication of radiant heat exposure due either to direct light or hot objects in an environment. The QUESTemp° 34 environmental monitor converts all these measurements to a simple, single-number indoor and outdoor WBGT index that can used in conjunction with guidelines from ACGIH, the U.S. Navy, EPRI, ISO and other standards-setting organizations. Use the QUESTempº 34 area heat stress monitor with any of these guidelines to determine appropriate work and rest regiments or stay times for workers in situations where heat stress is a life safety issue and a liability risk. While the QUESTempº 34 will print a report without the need for special software, Quest Suite software, an optional rental item, facilitates custom reports and graphs.
The Testo 400 allows rapid measurement with accurate temperature probes. The instrument can extrapolate the final value for faster response times. It has the highest precision due to system calibration (measuring instrument + probe). The measuring instrument and the display are integrated within the probe, which is where the calibrated data is saved. The Testo 400 is a very practical one-hand operation with no awkward cable connections. It is a robust measuring instrument, with a waterproof design and can be wiped clean. The Testo 400 calculates all of the physical humidity parameters in the Mollier diagram and has humidity probes for every application, from remaining humidity to high humidity levels. It can also be used to measure barometric pressure and turbulence levels.
Measure the air volume flowing through registers, diffusers and grilles with an AccuBalance air capture hood. Use it to balance an HVAC system, spot check a room or a building or as part of an indoor air quality study. Weighing just seven and a half pounds, the AccuBalance is easy to carry, lift and use. Just hold the hood up to a diffuser or grill and read direct airflow on the large digital display, which is backlit for easy reading in poor lighting conditions. Input temperature and barometric pressure and obtain an automatic conversion between actual and standard flows. The rental unit comes with five separate hood sizes. Accubalance is a registered trademark of TSI Incorporated.Sample and hold function displays reading of one sample
TSI's AccuBalance® 8371 air capture hood measures air volume flowing through registers, diffusers, and grilles. Weighing just 7.5 pounds, it's easy to carry, lift, and use. Just hold the AccuBalance up to the testing location and read direct supply or exhaust air flow on the large digital display.
The EBT731 Balometer® Capture Hood is a multipurpose electronic air balancing instrument primarily used for efficiently taking direct air volume readings at diffusers and grilles. The EBT features a detachable micromanometer which can be used with optional probes for increased flexibility in multiple measurement applications.
Offering durable, trouble-free operation, this lightweight, ergonomically designed capture hood kit saves time and money by combining multiple measurement tools into one package. The EBT731 Balometer Capture Hood helps you create healthy and energy efficient environments while meeting local codes, guidelines and regulations for ventilation systems.