The high quality E+E humidity sensors, modules, probes and transmitters are well proven in most industrial applications over several decades. All E+E humidity measuring devices are developed and manufactured in Austria, and feature E+E humidity sensors manufactured in state of the art thin film technology.
Best dew point measurement accuracy and long-term stability due to special auto-calibration feature. For outstanding performance, the dew point transmitters employ the revolutionary monolithic E+E dew point sensor in thin-film technology.
Online monitoring of moisture content in lubricating, hydraulic and insulation oil is an important factor in maintaining the functional reliability of equipment and machines in the long term.
E+E's years of experience in sensors and thin-film technology lead to highest quality non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) CO2 measuring cells. The cells with gold-plated light path are assembled in state-of-the-art clean rooms and represent the prerequisite for highly accurate and long term stable CO2 measurement.
Direct measurement of mass flow or standard volumetric flow in compressed air and non-corrosive gases. The thermal mass flow meter uses the hot film anemometer principle for direct measurement of gas mass flow. Correction for gas temperature and pressure are not necessary.
Transmitters, sensors and hand-held meters for temperature measurement in HVAC and clean room applications.
E+E differential pressure sensors are suitable for applications in HVAC and building automation, clean rooms, hospitals, laboratories, isolation chambers or in the pharmaceutical industry. The highly accurate devices can be employed for all non-flammable and non-aggressive gases. The piezo-resistive pressure sensing element stands out by excellent long-term stability, measures even minimal pressure differences and excludes the risk of cross-contamination.
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Hand-held meter with interchangeable digital probes for accurate measurement of humidity, temperature, CO2, air velocity and volumetric flow.